If you’re worried about catching the disease that can lead to cancer, you may want to think again.
According to a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one-third of Americans have used a syringe that has been contaminated with a sexually transmitted disease (STDs).
The CDC says these infections were caused by “multiple” STDs, including HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, herpes, and chlamydial infections.
This isn’t a new issue, but the CDC says that syringes that have been contaminated are now the most common source of infection.
The report says that this is because they are the easiest to clean, have little to no stigma associated with them, and are often found in the kitchen or bathroom.
In addition to the CDC’s data, there’s also evidence that some people are using syringers to insert drugs into themselves.
The CDC recommends that everyone who is using a syringer be tested to make sure they don’t have a sexually-transmitted infection.
If you or someone you know has had a sexually infectious disease and you suspect they are using a device that has not been cleaned properly, talk to your doctor.
The CDC also says that in many cases, people will just assume they have a STI and then use a syro to have sex with someone.
The fact that people may think they have been infected doesn’t necessarily mean they have, though.
In fact, the CDC notes that some STIs are transmitted from other people and it can take weeks or even months for symptoms to clear up.
To reduce the chances of catching a sexually transmissible infection, the US government has also begun banning syringing at bars and restaurants.
So if you’re concerned about having a new STD, and you’re not sure you want to get tested, talk with your doctor about using a safe syringe.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is also warning people to be careful about the use of syringles.
The FDA says that using a sterile syringe, which has been cleaned of any dirt, bacteria, or viruses, is the best way to avoid getting STIs.
According to the FDA, you should avoid sharing syringos with others who may have been exposed to an STI.
And you should never use a needle that has a needle-to-exchange connection.
Also, the FDA warns that you should not use a sterile or syringe with other people who have a medical condition that may be associated with STIs or other sexually transmitted infections, such as a person who has diabetes or a person with HIV.
The same FDA advises that syringe reuse should only be done when there is a high risk that the person will have another STI or infection in the future.
To learn more about the spread of STIs, visit the CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov/STD/STIs/ STIs in the US What to do if you have an STD: Get tested for STIs to get an accurate diagnosis.
Find out if you can get tested for a sexually contagious STD in the hospital.
You should be tested for any STIs you may have if you are pregnant, are a recent immigrant, or have a sexual partner who is HIV-positive.
If this is your first time having an STD, ask your healthcare provider to do a urine test and give you an accurate history of your history.
Get tested to see if you’ve been tested for other STIs such as HIV, cholera, sylvatic plague, gonorrhoea, or chlamdias.
You can get tests for these diseases by visiting your doctor or getting a test by calling your doctor’s office.
Find a lab or doctor who specializes in HIV testing.
Get vaccinated to protect yourself from STIs and other infections.
Vaccines can help prevent transmission of other STDs.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recommends that you get a shot of the vaccine at least every six months, and it’s recommended that you have at least one shot every two years.
Get a test to find out if your immune system is working properly.
You also may need a booster shot of a vaccine to protect against other STI infections.