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It really depends on the sexually transmitted infection (STI).
The incubation period for an STI, is the time it takes from when you first get an STI and when signs and symptoms would appear.
Every STI has a different incubation period. Have a look at our “STI at a Glance” chart. It provides information on what symptoms to look for, incubation and window periods.
When someone gets an STI most people do not develop signs or symptoms, this is why we recommend that even if people feel well they go for regular STI testing.
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This answer was posted on August 9, 2017
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