Many people think their private doctor routinely perform STD tests for them, but that is not true. Your private doctor or even your gynecologist may not perform an STD test until you ask them to. You should screen for sexually transmitted diseases regularly especially if you've recently had a new partner or if you have multiple partners. How STD testing is administered depends on the type of STD being checked for.
Call today at 800-CDC-INFO to get tested for STD at one of over 4000 local medical facilities. For your convenience, no appointment will be necessary at all. Simply call and choose where you would like to be tested at.
Choose which STD you would like to test for or you can choose to test for multiple STDs at a more affordable rate.
This urine test is based on amplification of the DNA that is present in Chlamydia trachomatis.
Chlamydia Test | Chlamydia Information
This urine test is based on amplification of the DNA that is present in Gonorrhea.
Gonorrhea Test | Gonorrhea Information
This blood test can screen for the presence of HIV once the body has produced HIV antibodies.
HIV Test | HIV Information
Genital Herpes Test
The HerpeSelect™ blood test looks for antibodies that are specific to HSV-2 (also known as Herpes II).
Genital Herpes Test | Genital Herpes Information
Oral Herpes Test
The HerpeSelect™ blood test looks for antibodies that are specific to the Herpes Simplex 1 Virus (HSV-1).
Oral Herpes Test | Oral Herpes Information
Hepatitis B Test
This blood test is the earliest indicator of acute Hepatitis B.
Hepatitis B Test | Hepatitis B Information
Hepatitis C Test
This blood test looks for antibodies to the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) as an indicator of acute Hepatitis C.
Hepatitis C Test | Hepatitis C Information
This blood test finds the antibodies the body has made to fight syphilis.
Syphilis Test | Syphilis Information
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