With STDs, there is no question of taking a chance. Whether you are sexually active or dormant, it is advisable for all men and women to get tested periodically. There are about 25 STDs known to mankind and they may spread through skin-to-skin contact, from mother to fetus during pregnancy, breast feeding, oral, vaginal or anal intercourse, IV needle sharing etc. We shouldn’t assume that sex is the only way they can spread from one person to the other. These diseases are dangerous because they are communicable and there are various modes of their transmission. In order to ensure you are healthy and you do not carry any infection, get yourself tested.

You can easily find STD testing centers which have knowledgeable technicians who evaluate the tests for you to produce accurate results. The entire process will takes about 15-20 minutes. We follow HIPAA guidelines to maintain confidentiality.

Although many STDs are asymptomatic, many of them show visible signs or symptoms which are common for most STDs. These symptoms may be pain or burning sensation when urinating; thick, cloudy or bloody discharge from the penis or vagina; lower abdominal pain; testicular pain in men; painful bowel movements; abnormal menstrual bleeding in women; pain during sexual intercourse; painful, swollen testicles in men; and flu-like symptoms.

Based on your symptoms, counselors will provide you a plan of care and advise you to take one or more of the following tests, to carefully get the STD test results. The entire process in painless and hassle-free.

Here are the following STD tests that are available.

Physician Test Panel
  • Chlamydia test
  • Gonorrhea test
  • Hepatitis B test
  • Hepatitis C test
  • HIV test (HIV EIA Antibody)
  • Herpes test (Herpes Simplex Virus 1&2 IgG)
  • Syphilis test
Center for Disease Control Panel
  • Chlamydia test
  • Gonorrhea test
  • HIV test (HIV EIA Antibody)
  • Herpes test (Herpes Simplex Virus 1&2 IgG)
  • Syphilis test
Individual Tests
  • Chlamydia test
  • Gonorrhea test
  • Hepatitis A test
  • Hepatitis B test
  • Hepatitis C test
  • HIV test (HIV EIA Antibody)
  • Herpes test (Herpes Simplex Virus 1&2 IgG)
  • Syphilis test
  • Trichomoniasis test

After the tests have been conducted, if the results are positive, doctors offer clinical treatment, if necessary. The treatment of an STD varies, depending on the type of STDs. In some STDs, a person is required to take antibiotic medication, either orally or by injection. Other STDs require a person to apply creams or special solutions on the skin. However, some STDs like Herpes and HIV (which leads to AIDS) are non-curable and can only be controlled with medication.