The acronym for (STD) is Sexually Transmitted Disease. Worrying about whether or not you’ve contracted an STD can cause serious life interruptions. Not everyone is aware of STDs or what a diagnosis entails for them or those they love. Many people are unaware that sexually transmitted illnesses are common.
The majority of STDs can be treated, and some can even be cured. Some of the greatest ways to recognize STD indicators include studying about STDs, understanding about their symptoms, and getting tested to better protect yourself and your partner.
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One of the reasons STDs are so widespread is that many carriers are unaware they are infected. The most common reason for being ignorant of infection is a lack of knowledge about STDs and their symptoms. Many people anticipate the worst when it comes to STD symptoms since they don’t know what to expect. Whether or whether you believe you are at risk, learning about STDs and their symptoms can bring you peace and possibly protect you and your loved ones.
Self-diagnosis, unfortunately, is more difficult than it appears. This is because some STDs are asymptomatic, meaning the infected person shows no signs or symptoms. Even those who are aware of STDs and their symptoms could not realize they are afflicted. When STDs remain asymptomatic, the risk of infection and spread rises, and your internal organs are often damaged before you realize you’ve been infected. We strongly advise you to be tested for STDs whether or not you have symptoms. Early detection can be achieved through routine testing, allowing treatment to begin sooner.
Knowing how to recognize STD signs and symptoms can save your life. While each STD has its own set of symptoms, many STDs have remarkably similar signs.
It’s also important to understand that STDs don’t discriminate between men and women; anyone can contract them. Men and women may have different symptoms even though they have the same condition. The following are lists of common symptoms for men and women to help you understand more about STDs and their symptoms.
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At our test center, getting tested for STDs is a simple and quick process. Ordering tests is done over the phone or online. Monday through Friday, with some locations offering Saturday testing.
There will be no need to wait, fill out papers, or schedule an appointment; you will be in and out in minutes.
Your test results will be available in your online account within 1-2 days.
Our private STD testing laboratories give thorough and accurate findings. In 24 to 48 hours, the order, test, and results are available online. Right now, take a test! The Food and Drug Administration has given their approval. Completely confidential. Alternative treatments are available.
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STD testing takes into account your age, risk factors, indications and symptoms, and medical history. You should obtain full testing if you’re at risk for one STD because you might be at risk for others as well.
All of our STD testing is done with urine and/or blood tests to ensure accuracy. Swabs and saliva tests are not used.
If a woman is at risk for STDs, her menstrual period should not prevent her from getting tested.
Within 48-72 hours, the majority of tests yield an electronic result. Trichomoniasis and HIV RNA tests may take one extra day.
To ensure a large enough sample size for a pee test, don’t urinate for at least an hour before the test. You must also fast for 12 hours before taking the wellness panel. There’s nothing else you need to do to prepare for your STD test.
It’s difficult to tell which STDs you’ve been exposed to; if you’re at risk for one, you’re at risk for them all. The best way to ensure that you are fully informed and aware of any potential STDs is to take our 10-Test Panel.
There are tests for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis A, B, C, Genital herpes, Oral herpes, HIV 1 & 2, and Syphilis. Individual and group testing are available. Get more information on STD Testing.
We recommend getting tested for STDs at least twice a year if you are sexually active in any way. If you are sexually active, have multiple partners, or have previously tested positive for one or more STDs, more frequent testing is recommended.
From the time you arrive, the visit takes roughly five minutes or less. The appointment consists of simple urine and/or blood collection, followed by your exit.
Definitely not. Our partner labs also do a range of other diagnostic tests that need urine and/or blood samples, therefore the STD Test is unlikely to be noticed.
It is not necessary to make an appointment. After you’ve placed your order, you can pick up your samples at the lab at any time during business hours. If you’re pressed for time, call the lab to make an appointment.
As soon as you receive your Order Form, you can begin taking the test (or confidential test code). The order form will be emailed to you or available through your online account.
It’s a blood test that can diagnose syphilis within two weeks of infection (compared to 4 weeks to 3 months with a standard RPR test)
It’s a blood test that can detect HIV 9-11 days after exposure (compared to 2-6 weeks with an HIV antigen/antibody test).
HIV: 2-6 weeks, Syphilis: 1-3 months, Herpes: 6-26 days, Chlamydia: 1-3 weeks, Gonorrhea: 2-3 days, Hepatitis B: 1-5 months, Hepatitis C: 2-6 months, Trichomonas: 5-28 days
If you are confirmed positive, for a cost of $95, we will offer you with a doctor consultation and written prescription. For an extra $95, you can get a documented prescription for your partner. We can even call your pharmacy on your behalf to get your prescriptions filled.
Yes, having an STD treated does not prevent you from catching it again.
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