Comprehensive 4 Testing Panel

This four-panel screening is the easiest way to determine if your health has been compromised due to an STD. All you have to do get started is order your test online and find a nearby testing facility during your checkout process. With more than 4,000 locations nationwide in our network, there is most likely a facility close to your home or office. You don’t need to schedule an appointment when ordering your test and you can even test the same day that you order online. In most cases, you will be done at our testing facility within 15 minutes.

Testing at our facilities is very discreet. Because we conduct a wide variety of medical tests at each of our locations, no one but your doctor and assistants will know what you are being tested for.

What You Need To Know:

Most STDs and STIs are silent, meaning most who contract them don’t know about it until they experience severe symptoms or test positive for the virus.

Our board certified physicians have opted to use the NAAT (nucleic acid amplification test) chlamydia test. It has been proven to be the most accurate chlamydia test available on the market today. This test is FDA approved and works by checking the urine for the presence of the chlamydia trachomatis bacteria. Because this test does not require a culture, you will not have to get undressed or be subjected to any uncomfortable swabbing.

NOTE: If you know you’ve been exposed to HIV or Hepatitis B in the last 72 hours, please go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic immediately to receive preventive treatment.

 

We are proud to be the largest online clinic in the nation. Our service is designed around your schedule. Our goal is simple. We provide quick, confidential, and reasonably priced STD testing. This is done in an online setting and provides high quality medical care.

Test Panel Includes:

Our doctor recommends testing for the most common STDs

HIV Test

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

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All Our Testing Services Include:

Private ordering online or by phone

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FDA-approved tests perfomed in CLIA-certified labs

Free doctor consultation for every positive result

The fastest results possible-available in 1 to 3 days

Secure and confidential Rapid STD testing services

We offer individual tests in case you are concerned about a single infection, or if you are retesting to see if an existing infection has been cleared after treatment.   Please select tests from the list below.

Early Detection HIV Test

There are two basic types of HIV testing, both of which can done easily by drawing blood once and submitting to the lab.

HIV Early Dectection Test:

This test can detect the presence of HIV as early as six days after being exposed to it. However, it is generally recommended that one wait at least 21 days after exposure to take the test. The HIV Early Detection Test is more accurate and quicker than the HIV Antibody Test. Once the test results become available, we take great care in having a physician contact you if it is positive. After discussing your situation, our physician will provide advice on what the next steps should be and address any additional testing or treatment that needs to take place.

When should I test for HIV?

It is recommended that you wait at least 21 days after possible exposure to take the HIV Early Detection Test. However, the HIV Antibody Test is better when at least 12 weeks have passed since possible exposure. This lapse is better known as seroconversion or “the window period.” What do the HIV Testing results mean? A positive result for one of the HIV tests discussed above means the following: There is a possibility that you are positive for HIV and you need to have confirmation through further testing. You should engage in safe sex practices to prevent infecting others. A negative result means the following: Antibodies were not detected in the blood at the time of the test. You need to be tested again after a suitable period to confirm the absence of antibodies.

Will I die if I test positive for HIV?

A positive result for HIV indicates that the virus lives in your body and you may develop AIDS. You do not have AIDS necessarily, nor are you going to face mortality immediately. Even though scientists have not developed a cure for AIDS, there are several options available to help manage the condition, including therapy. There are many people with HIV whose life has been vastly improved by these therapies.

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Hepatitis C

Unfortunately 80 percent of people do not have any symptoms of Hepatitis C. Therefore they do not know that they have the virus. Since most people do not experience warning signs they have found out accidentally. The majority of cases have been detected during routine medical examines. In other cases people have found out that they have the virus when they have donated blood. The donated blood is tested for antibodies that can determine that an infection is present.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC HEPATITIS C ?

It is consider chronic if you have an infection for more then 6 months. Although most people can generally live without feeling any type of symptoms anywhere from 10- 30 years. 1 in 4 will develop very serious liver problems, liver failure, or liver cancer.

Some of the less common symptoms of Hepatitis C are:

  • Flu like symptoms such as a stomach virus
  • Jaundice which is a yellowing of the eyes or skin
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Pain around the belly or stomach
  • Dark urine and pale bowel movements have also been indicated

People with Acute Hepatitis often feel like they have the flu: Flu like symptom can appear anywhere between 2 weeks to 6 months after being infected. With these symptoms you may feel tired, loss of appetite, itchiness, and may also feel feverish. Other symptoms of Hepatitis C may include muscle and joint pain. Nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain have been indicated. Along with jaundice and dark urine as they are signs of liver problems when complications of Hepatitis C are involved.

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Hepatitis B

Hepatitis can lead to liver cancer, liver failure and death. It is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver over time. In its earliest stages, Hepatitis is called Acute Hepatitis B. Later, it turns into Chronic Hepatitis B. There are approximately 1.25 million people living in the United States with the Chronic Hepatitis B virus infection according to the CDC. Each year, there are approximately 78,000 new cases of Hepatitis B.

SYMPTOMS OF HEPATITIS B ?

You may not see the signs and symptoms of Hepatitis B. When the symptoms do develop, it may feel like the flu. You could be hungry, tired, vomit, feel itchy or have stomach pain. If you have symptoms of Chronic Hepatitis B, they may be associated with inflammation of the liver, and this could lead to liver cancer.

Those who are at a greater risk for Hep. B are:

  • Men having sex with other men.
  • IV drug users.
  • Those who already have an STD.
  • People who work with blood including healthcare workers.
  • Those who are sexually active but not in exclusive relationships.

HOW CAN I BE TESTED FOR HEPATITIS B?

ou can be screened for early signs of the infection with the Hepatitis B Surface Antigen with Confirmation by Neutralization test. This is a blood test. It is a simple test–only a quick draw of blood by our professional staff. What does “confirmation by neutralization” mean? This means that the lab will run an immediate test on your blood sample to confirm the diagnosis if you have a positive or borderline initial result. There would be no extra charge for this additional test. It will depend on your situation, but after your results are ready, we can put you in touch with a doctor on the phone who can advise you on the next steps after diagnosis, including possible treatment.

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Syphilis

Syphilis Rapid Plasma Reagin Test (RPR) Test with Reflex to Quantitative RPR and Confirmatory TP-PA: Syphilis is an STD caused by bacteria and is transferred by coming into contact with syphilis sores. When detected in its primary stages, syphilis can be easily treated with antibiotics prescribed by a physician. The first symptoms of syphilis are usually a single sore in the genital region or mouth, in the case of oral sex. However, because these sores are painless, sometimes they can go undetected. If you have had sexual contact with a partner who has syphilis or you think you may be infected, syphilis testing through blood sampling can give you the answer.

Are there any symptoms with Syphilis?

Yes it is possible to have early symptoms. Unfortunately some of the symptoms may go unnoticed since they can resemble the flu. Early signs can include skin sores that are present on the penis, vagina, anus and the mouth. Although these sores may be present they are not usually painful. Within two months after the virus is present the symptoms can also include rashes on the palms and feet. If syphilis is left untreated it can cause serious complications such as brain damage, blindness, paralysis, and even death.

Is there a treatment or a cure for Syphilis?

Yes it is treated with antibiotics to get rid of the bacteria. Although you can get reinfected if your partner is not treated. It is important that your partner is tested and treated so that it will stop the chances of reinfection. This can also stop the possibility of spreading this STD to others. Your physician will give you a specific treatment plan to follow.

What happens if I do not get treatment for Syphilis?

If left untreated can have serious health consequences. You can experience severe health problems. By not being treated for Syphilis it can cause death. Pregnant women can experience miscarriages or can pass Syphilis along to their baby. Since Syphilis can be cured all this can be avoided by getting tested.

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Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) that can affect more than just the genitalia of men and women who contract the disease. Caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonnorrhoeae, this infection can affect the urinary tract and female reproductive organs, along with the anus, mouth, throat and eyes in some instances. Gonorrhea usually involves symptoms of discharge from the vagina or penis, burning in the urinary tract, swollen genitalia, and burning or swollen glands in the throat.

What are the symptoms of Gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea can be a silent STD, meaning that you can have it and not even be aware. This is especially true in men, as well as most women. The symptoms of Gonorrhea in men will usually reveal themselves a few days after infection. They can be: odd discharge from the penis, pain during urination, and itching. In women, symptoms are often a bit more mild. Mostly, women who have Gonorrhea will not have symptoms, however, if they do show up, they would be: fever, pain during urination, unusual discharge from the vagina, vomiting, stomach pain and bleeding between periods.

How is Gonorrhea contracted?

You can get Gonorrhea from sex (oral, anal or vaginal). Even if the penis or tongue does not enter the anus or vagina completely, Gonorrhea can still be passed on to someone. You may wonder how it can be prevented. The truth is, not having sex is the only way to be completely safe from sexually transmitted diseases. If you do choose to have sex, you should be using a condom every time (for all vaginal, anal and oral sex). Using a condom is the best way you can stay healthy.

What happens if I do not get treatment for Gonorrhea?

If you go untreated for Gonorrhea, you are much more susceptible to getting some other STDs, including HIV, if you come into contact with them. For men, you could get a painful infection of the testicles if you leave Gonorrhea untreated. You could also get inflammation of the prostate, infertility or urethral scarring. For women, PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) is also possible with Gonorrhea left untreated. Remember that untreated PID could lead to possibly dangerous cases of tubal pregnancy or even infertility.

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Chlamydia

Chlamydia is one of the most curable STDs (sexually transmitted disease) and is quite common. The cause of chlamydia is a type of bacteria called the chlamydia trachomatis bacteria. It can be passed to other people during sexual intercourse (vaginal, oral or anal). Each year in the United States, there are an estimated 2.8 million new infections of Chlamydia. Most of these cases go undiagnosed.

What are the symptoms of Chlamydia?

Usually, you will not see any signs. It is possible that you can have it and not know it. If Chlamydia does show signs or symptoms, they will appear shortly after sexual contact (usually a few weeks later). Painful urination, stomach pain, bleeding in between periods and odd vaginal discharge are the usual Chlamydia symptoms in women. In men, the symptoms can be unusual penis discharge, burning or itching near the penis or painful urination.

How is Chlamydia contracted?

It is contracted through anal, vaginal and oral sex (oral sex only sometimes). Even if the tongue or the penis does not completely enter the anus or vagina, Chlamydia can be transferred to another person. If you want to prevent Chlamydia, the best way is not to have sex at all. That is the only way to be 100% safe from contracting a sexually transmitted disease. However, if you do choose to be sexually active, use a condom every time for all anal, vaginal and oral sex. That will be your best bet for staying healthy.

What happens if I do not get treatment for Chlamydia?

There are serious consequences for people who go untreated for Chlamydia. Infections left untreated in women can lead to serious pelvic pain, infertility, PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) and possibly dangerous tubal pregnancies. There are also prenatal issues that can happen for unborn babies (including pneumonia). Women who have Chlamydia are at a much higher risk for HIV. For men, the untreated Chlamydia infection can spread throughout the penis, testicles and prostate, and there can be painful inflammation and pain. Men can even become sterile.

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Herpes 2

Herpes Simplex Virus 1 which is also known as HSV 1 is an oral form of the virus that causes cold sores around the mouth. Herpes Simplex Virus 2 which is also known as HSV 2 causes the same type of sores around the genital area. According to the Centers for Disease Control it estimated that over 45 million people in the United States currently have Herpes Simplex Virus 2. It is also estimated that 65% of Americans have the Herpes Simplex Virus 1 which is the oral form of Herpes.

Are there symptoms with Herpes 2 ?

Unfortunately there are not always symptoms when it comes to Herpes. When it comes to Herpes 1 which is the oral form the cold sores can be painful. As far as Herpes 2 which is the genital form of the virus symptoms are not always present until there is an outbreak. Once there is an outbreak the symptoms can range from burning, itching, blisters, and painful urination. Since symptoms are not always present a person can carry the virus for years before having an outbreak. Getting tested for the virus can tell you in advance if you have Herpes 1 or Herpes 2.

How is Herpes 2 contracted?

The Herpes Virus is spread from skin to skin contact with an infected partner. The virus can be spread through oral, vaginal, or anal sex. The virus can enter through an open sore. You can be infected by a partner who carries the virus even if they do not have symptoms or do not have an outbreak at the time of contact.

What happens if I do not get treatment for Herpes 2?

Unfortunately since a lot of people do not experience symptoms until they have an outbreak they are unaware that they have the virus. By having protected sex with the use of a latex condom can lower the risk of contracting the virus. Since this is not a 100% effective way to stop the spread of the virus it is important to get tested so that you will know your status.

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Herpes 1

Herpes Simplex Virus 1 which is also known as HSV 1 is an oral form of the virus that causes cold sores around the mouth. Herpes Simplex Virus 2 which is also known as HSV 2 causes the same type of sores around the genital area. According to the Centers for Disease Control it estimated that over 45 million people in the United States currently have Herpes Simplex Virus 2. It is also estimated that 65% of Americans have the Herpes Simplex Virus 1 which is the oral form of Herpes.

What you should know!

The Herpes virus can take anywhere from 2 weeks to six months before the antibodies may be present. During that time a test may not detect the virus. This can give a false negative test result. It is also suggested that if you feel you may have been exposed to the Herpes Virus it is important to get retested after 3 months. At this time the antibodies may be present. In the event that your test results come out positive it may also be important to get retested. Since it is also possible to have a false positive reading. Once your test results have arrived a doctor will be able to give you a consultation over the phone at no additional charge. If needed they will be able to advice you on your best course of action and write you a prescription..

How is Herpes 1 contracted?

The Herpes Virus is spread from skin to skin contact with an infected partner. The virus can be spread through oral, vaginal, or anal sex. The virus can enter through an open sore. You can be infected by a partner who carries the virus even if they do not have symptoms or do not have an outbreak at the time of contact.

What if I’m pregnant?

There is a higher risk factor if you contracted the virus during pregnancy that it could be transmitted to the baby. If you or your partner has the virus your physician may suggest that prescription medication should be taken to help reduce the risks of outbreaks. It is also important to to discuss this with your physician if you feel you may have been exposed to the virus or have the virus.

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Hiv Antibody Test

There are two basic types of HIV testing, both of which can done easily by drawing blood once and submitting to the lab.

HIV Antibody Test with Confirmation:

This test is the most common and recommended for HIV testing. It is regarded as the “gold standard” of testing and yields a 99.5% level of accuracy. It is important to remember that finding antibodies after seroconversion, which is what this test does, is not intended for people who have recently been exposed to HIV. In order for this test to yield a positive result, the body must have had enough time to produce antibodies to be detected by the test. The time necessary for the creation of antibodies may vary, and it may take up to three months or longer for one’s body to create enough to be detected by the test. This is why the test may yield false negatives if the body has not created enough antibodies yet. It is precisely for this reason that repeat testing is essential. Repeating the HIV Antibody Test at least three months after it was initially done is the best way of confirming that your body is indeed free of HIV.

When should I test for HIV?

It is recommended that you wait at least 21 days after possible exposure to take the HIV Early Detection Test. However, the HIV Antibody Test is better when at least 12 weeks have passed since possible exposure. This lapse is better known as seroconversion or “the window period.”

Will I die if I test positive for HIV?

A positive result for HIV indicates that the virus lives in your body and you may develop AIDS. You do not have AIDS necessarily, nor are you going to face mortality immediately. Even though scientists have not developed a cure for AIDS, there are several options available to help manage the condition, including therapy. There are many people with HIV whose life has been vastly improved by these therapies.

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