Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) show no symptoms. Therefore, it is unclear whether you are carrying an infection until you are tested for it. If you are at risk (condom accident, one-night stand) or change partners, it is advisable to get tested for the essential STIs.
Vaccinations (e.g. hepatitis B) are an essential component of preventive health care. Hepatitis B is not infrequently transmitted sexually, and vaccination provides lifelong protection. The cost of vaccination for the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can cause genital and anal cancers and warts, is covered for all women and men up to 26 years of age.
Hepatitis C is rarely transmitted through anal sex. Nevertheless, it is worth getting tested if you are at risk. You will find valuable information on the following website when a test for hepatitis C is appropriate. Hepatitis C is curable! www.hep-check.ch.