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One-on-One Education: Sexual Health

Photo: Young woman with glasses outsideSDSU Health Promotion offers one-on-one sessions on the following sexual health topics:

  • Contraception Methods
    Make an appointment to ask any questions you may have about contraception methods or birth control. Learn about the numerous contraception methods in detail and utilize the knowledge of our Health Educators to assist you in selecting a birth control method that may fit with your lifestyle.

    (Note: All medical decisions should be made with a physician or nurse).
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
    Come to talk about sexually transmitted infections with a Health Educator. You can discuss risk factors, transmission processes, testing and treatment options, and learn about protective behaviors. You can also make an appointment to discuss a concern about STI exposure, or if you have received a STI diagnosis you can learn more about the infection.
  • HIV Pre-Test Education
    If you are interested in getting tested for HIV, we strongly recommend you come in for an HIV Pre-Test education session. There are many tests for HIV, and certain times which you should get tested post exposure. Learn about the testing process, how to understand the test results, and how the virus works in the body.

How to schedule your appointment

One-on-one sessions are by appointment only and take place at the Health Promotion office in Calpulli Center. Call (619) 594-4133 to schedule your personal 30- to 60-minute appointment.

Title IX compliance

San Diego State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. The safety of our students is our highest priority, and we are committed to ensuring that sexual violence stops on our campus and in the broader society. [more]

Health Matters - sexual healthFree informational fliers

Health Promotion offers variety of informational brochures and fliers on topics related to sexual health and birth control methods.