Chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes types 1 and 2, syphilis, HIV type 1 and type 2 antibody/antigen (4th gen), and herpes type 1 and type 2.
STDs are not always accompanied by symptoms. Only testing can show you if you have an STD. So, You should get tested if you've engaged in any sexual activity that has the potential to spread STDs, such as oral, anal, or vaginal sex.
No. Appointments are not NEEDED. Our labs are walk-in.
We electronically send your lab order to the lab as soon as you pay, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also provide you with an online copy of the lab order. You can go to the lab as soon as you pay.
Immediately, No appointment is required.
We will electronically send your lab order to the lab. So when you come in, it will be in system under your name. We will also provide you with a copy of the lab order online, which you can print or bring with you on your phone just in case.
No. Your order has been fully paid for. This includes the laboratory order as well as the tests. There are no additional fees. Nothing will be charged to you by the lab.
Your results are kept fully private. It is entirely up to you how and when you distribute them.
Yes. Both the tests and the results are kept fully private. We will NEVER give any information to your doctor, insurance or family UNLESS you ask us to. We will not send anything to your home; everything will be done online.
Our Full STD Panel screens for all major STDs. This panel is recommended by doctors after unprotected sex. It TESTS for:
Type 1 HIV
Type 2 HIV
Syphilis AND Herpes.
Consult a doctor or nurse about getting tested if you've had sexual contact with another person and you have any STD symptoms. Although STD symptoms may develop and then go away over time, this does not mean that the STD has been cured. Although STD symptoms are often so mild that they are unnoticeable, you should still consult a doctor or nurse if you notice anything out of the usual.
You can't tell if you have an STD based on how you look or feel; most people with STDs do not exhibit any symptoms. So getting tested is the only certain way to find out if you (or your partner) have an STD. It's very essential to get tested if you've had exposed yourself to unprotected sexual contact or if you find out your partner has an STD. It is critical to determine whether you have STD as soon as possible. Even if you are currently feeling better, some STDs can cause serious harm over time. Whether or not you have symptoms, STDs can spread to other people with whom you have sex.
Bringing up STD testing can be awkward, but it is crucial. Discussing getting tested shows that you care about your partner and may even bring you closer together. The best time to talk about getting tested is BEFORE you start having sex (including oral sex). Testing a new partner is essential and one of the most effective ways to prevent STDs. It's normal to feel awkward during the conversation, but you'll feel better once it's over. And who knows, maybe your partner is relieved you mentioned it. Getting tested for STDs does not indicate that you are cheating on your partner or that you do not trust them.