We make STD testing quick and easy. Call us at (866) 872-1888 today to schedule an accurate and confidential STD test.
1197 Fortune Blvd Ste 2
Shiloh IL 62269-7377
M-F 7:30 am-4:30 pm
Sat 7:00 am-1:00 pm
Getting tested for STDs is stressful enough without having to take a whole day out of your busy schedule to sit in a clinic. That’s why Rapid STD Testing Shiloh offers testing that gets you in and out as quickly as possible.
You’ll also receive your tests quickly, in as few as 24-72 hours. Our FDA-approved tests are incredibly accurate, so you never have to second-guess your test results.
Rapid STD test facilities are also completely confidential, so you can avoid the embarrassment that occurs at many free STD testing locations.
Our test center offers quick and easy:
Find out what other people think of Rapid STD Testing services in our customer reviews.
Getting an STD test with Rapid Results Shiloh is easy. First, order your tests online, then visit our Shiloh STD testing center. Finally, get your results and consult our physicians for treatment if needed.
Choose the test or tests that you would like. You can choose to test for an individual disease or order a full test panel, depending on your concerns.
If you’re unsure which test panel to choose, feel free to ask one of our care counselors, who can help guide you.
Once you choose a test or test panel, complete your order online, then pick a test time that’s convenient for you.
Visit the Rapid STD Testing Shiloh clinic to complete your STD test. Unlike many free clinics, we offer minimal wait times, so you will be able to fit your test into even the busiest schedule.
We have STD test locations all over the country, but if you’re looking for “same-day STD testing near me,” then our Shiloh, IL, location will probably be the most convenient one.
Rapid STD Testing Shiloh offers more than testing; we offer support and treatment. If your test results come back positive, our skilled physicians will help you formulate a treatment plan.
In some cases, such as trichomoniasis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea, we can prescribe medication and send it to your preferred pharmacy for a $65 fee.
Our Shiloh Rapid STD Testing location offers an assortment of testing options, so you can choose the one that works best for you. You can schedule a complete STD test panel or get tested for an individual disease, depending on your situation. You can even order a couples test with your partner.
Our three STD test panels test for some of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.
The RapidSTD Basic Panel is the bare minimum panel we would recommend for sexually active people. It tests for:
The comprehensive RapidSTD Test Panel (or 10 Panel STD Test 590) is the one we recommend the most since it offers greater insight into your sexual health. This panel tests for all the diseases above, plus:
The RapidSTD Test Panel Plus tests for all of the above diseases and provides HIV RNA early detection.
You can find more information about our STD testing panels and prices on our website.
If you’re concerned about a specific STD, you can schedule an individual test. We use urine or blood tests to check for antibodies or bacteria, depending on the disease.
You can order individual tests for any combination of:
Keep in mind that ordering a test panel rather than individual tests is often more cost-effective. A full test panel can also catch more than individual tests can, giving you a clearer picture of your sexual health.
Beginning a new relationship is exciting, but it can be nerve-wracking, too. One worry you can remove from the table is sexually transmitted diseases if you schedule couples testing.
Getting tested for STDs at the beginning of a new relationship shows mutual respect and sets the stage for a healthy relationship. Schedule a couples appointment at our Shiloh location and receive 10% off your testing. Just give us a call at (866) 872-1888 to set it up.
You’ll find no shortage of STD testing clinics, but finding one that you feel comfortable with can be challenging. Rapid STD Testing Shiloh understands how stressful STD testing can be, so we strive to make it as worry-free as possible.
Rapid STD Testing offers convenient online ordering and same-day service so you can take advantage of any sudden holes in your schedule.
We’re also open on Saturdays (with no extra fee), so you can get tested outside of the work week. Plus, we have test facilities all over, so you’ll never have to drive too far to get to one.
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Lack of time is one of the most common reasons that people put off STD testing. That’s why we make the whole process as quick as possible by offering:
Even though STD testing is a normal part of life for sexually active people, it can still be embarrassing for others to know you’re getting tested. That’s why we do everything possible to protect your privacy:
Our tests are FDA-approved, so you would never need to second-guess your test results. Get tested with Rapid STD Testing, and you can be confident about the state of your sexual health.
We test for STDs using blood and urine, so you never have to worry about painful swab tests. Blood and urine tests detect STDs just as well—and less invasively.
If you’re sexually active, you should be getting regular STD screenings. The CDC offers guidelines to help you decide what tests to get and with what frequency.
The following are some of the most common STDs, all of which we test for.
Hepatitis often goes undetected, so it’s essential to get tested for it, especially if:
The CDC recommends getting tested for HIV at least once if you’re a sexually active adult or a sexually active adolescent.
A high-risk sexual lifestyle, not practicing safe sex, or using intravenous drugs can increase your chances of contracting HIV.
Syphilis often has no symptoms, so we recommend testing for it at least once a year.
Genital herpes is a viral infection that can be transmitted to others even if you don’t show any symptoms, so regular screening is a must.
Like many other STDs, both of these diseases can be passed on to others whether you’re showing any symptoms or not. You can have chlamydia or gonorrhea without knowing it, but a test can let you know so you can get treated.
Trichomoniasis is a parasitic infection that’s easy to test for using a urine sample.
You should get tested annually if you’re between 13 and 65, are sexually active, and:
It’s a good idea to have screenings more regularly (every 3-6 months) if you:
Every person and situation is different, so ask one of your care counselors if you’re unsure how often to be tested.
If you know you need to get an STD test but have been putting it off because you’re scared of what will happen during the screening, don’t worry. It’s completely normal to feel uncomfortable if you haven’t been tested before or had a bad experience somewhere else.
The Rapid STD Testing process is quick and easy, and more than that, it’s pain-free! All we need to do is collect blood or urine samples, depending on what tests you’re getting.
In many ways, visiting Rapid STD Testing is just like going to any other lab.
Viruses cause Hepatitis A, B, and C. If you have one of these, we’ll be able to detect antibodies in your blood.
We also use blood samples to test for HIV. After you’re infected, your body will form antibodies to try and fight the virus.
We test for syphilis using a blood sample. Remember that this deadly disease often has no symptoms, which is why getting tested is so important.
We can test for genital herpes even if you’re not showing any symptoms. All we need is a blood sample.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are both bacterial infections, so your physician can treat them with medication. We test for both using urine samples.
We test for trichomoniasis by examining a urine sample under a microscope to see the parasite that causes it.
It’s easy to think of sexually transmitted diseases as something that only happens to other people. But the truth is, if you’re sexually active, you can contract an STD. As you can see from the numbers below, the Shiloh area is no stranger to STDs.
Syphilis rates in St. Clair County are 11 per 100,000 people, slightly lower than the overall Illinois rate of 13.1 per 100,000. Syphilis cases in Illinois have increased by 16% since 2015.
According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, St. Clair County had 2,058 reported cases of chlamydia in 2020 and 1,052 reported gonorrhea cases.
At Rapid STD Testing, we provide fast, confidential STD testing in Shiloh, IL, and all over the country. Visit our About Us page to learn more.