STDMet someone that you’re ready to get down and dirty with but their questioning your sexual status? Now, you can prove that you are squeaky clean with a new smartphone app.

Sexually Active Youngs have developed a new smartphone feature called “safe bumping” to help promote the importance of safe sex. Once the MedXSafe app is downloaded, users can bump their phones together to exchange their STD-free status and contact card.

To make sure the STD-free card is up-to-date, users can ask their doctors to confirm their status through the MedXSafe app. If a user tests positive for an STD, then no record will be shown to protect the user’s privacy.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, nearly 19 million new STD cases occur each year and chlamydia and gonorrhea are among the leading diseases spread.  Half of these contractions affect young people between the ages of 15 and 24.

  • Courtney**

    This app is useless. A person could be tested 12/31, have sex with someone later on that day/within the next few days/weeks/etc. and still become infected with something. Those results are only as good as the exact date and time they were certified. Sure, you can take him/her at their word that they never had sex since the test or used protection each and every time since.. but you’re still putting your health in the hands of “trust.”

    I say, continue to operate as if you didn’t see the results at all (provided those results say “clean” lol) and require protection every time unless you enter into a committed, monogamous relationship with each other.

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