STI: why is it important for the partner of the infected person to get tested?

According to the WHO, more than one million people contract sexually transmitted infections every day. © Unsplash_Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition

Syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia or gonorrhea; sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have significant implications for sexual and reproductive health worldwide.

There are more than thirty sexually transmitted infectious agents, bacteria, viruses or parasites. According to the WHO, more than one million people contract sexually transmitted infections every day.

Why is screening particularly important in the fight against sexually transmitted infections? Should the partner(s) of the infected person systematically be tested? How to prevent STIs?

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