FREE Physician Visits
FREE Women's Health Visits
Vaccinations (TB test, Flu, Tetanus)
Pregnancy Risk, Prevention & Education
STD Risk, Prevention & Education
Breast, Cervical & Testicular Cancer Screening
*FREE Physician and Women's Health visits only include the consultation, not costs incurred to the student for testing, x-rays, perscriptions, etc.
Because medical services are confidential for students 18 years of age or older, parents are not notified of routine treatment given at TAMIU Student Health Services.
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Student Health Insurance is available for purchase by students through:
Associated Insurance Plans
1-800-452-5772 or www.associatedinsuranceplans.com
STD's are typically transmitted through contact (usually of a sexual/intimate nature), with an infected person or object (ie. needles). Student Health can test you for commonly contracted STD's such as: Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphillis and Herpes. Each test has a different fee so contact us for more information.
SCAN and STCADA are now performing free STD and HIV testing on campus twice a month. Click here for detailed information.
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ONLY 93% of condoms used are effective in pregnancy or STD's
Condoms expire…CHECK THE DATE!
Store them away from direct sunlight or heat. Never re-use a condom.
Usual places that condoms are kept that may result in failure:
It deteriorates quickly because of body temp (98.6 degrees).
It protects against transmission of STD's only on the parts it covers.
Natural skin condoms DO NOT protect against the transmission of viruses. Latex is the preferred condom material, however some people may be allergic to latex.
If a small space is not left at the tip, it is more likely to rupture.
Condoms with spermicide have been shown to increase the risk of vaginal infection.
Water based lubricants, instead of oil-based, are best!
Latex is weakened if it comes into contact with oil based products such as lotion.
At least 50 million people in the U.S. have genital herpes. The majority are undiagnosed. The virus is spread even when ulcers/liaisons are not present.
Syphilis can bore through intact skin.
Chlamydia is the most frequently reported infectious disease. It occurs the most in people 25 and under.
Gonorrhea is the 2nd leading reported STD.
Annual screenings for sexually active women is recommended.
If you think you may be pregnant, Student Health has pregnancy tests. Results will be kept confidential.
Gardasil currently is approved for use in females ages 9 through 26 for the prevention of cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer caused by HPV, and in males ages 9 through 26 for the prevention of genital warts.
Texas A&M Interntational University - Student Health Services
Student Center 125 Phone: (956) 326-2235 Fax: (956) 326-2234