"It's a very common question, for both males and females," Strafford says.
Neither the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nor the American Social Health Association has a list of STDs you should get tested for when you're about to have sex for the first time with someone.
After chatting, Ryan and Wylde got to work, which in their case meant having sex.
Ryan and Wylde (their stage names) are adult performers.
Social media and online hookup apps have been blamed for a rise in STDs in the past.
A 2013 New York University study found that Craigslist was responsible for a 16% increase in HIV cases between 19 across 33 states.
While hooking up with a new co-star can provoke some anxiety, there's one thing they're usually not anxious about: getting a sexually transmitted disease from their co-star, since both get tested for STDs at least once a month.
Complications among men are rare, but in women chlamydia can lead to chronic pelvic pain, infertility, and ectopic pregnancies.
The disease can be easily treated and cured with antibiotics, according to the CDC.
Gonorrhea This is also often a urine test, although sometimes a swab is taken from the infected area, ASHA says.
Wylde says about once a year he comes down with a case of chlamydia or gonorrhea.
"I take some pills and it goes away in a week," he says, adding that outside of work he has sex only with other performers, since he's knows they're regularly tested.