When you test with STDcheck.com, you can use any one of over 4,500 test centers that offer fast, private STD testing at your convenience. All test centers are accessible and used by most hospitals and doctors in your area. The STD tests we offer are FDA-approved and these testing centers are CLIA-certified.
Private STD Testing
Since we aren’t going through your insurance, your results will not be reported to them. This means your results will not be stored on your permanent medical records, and only you will know about the fact you were tested.
Quick & Discreet
In and out, your time spent won’t be more than a few minutes. The technician/receptionist won’t ask any questions regarding why you’re there. Provide your sample, and you’re free to go.
10 Test Panel Advantage
We are the only company that tests for all the most common STDs, including hepatitis A. Doctor’s offices often only test for major STDs. Our 10-test panel is the most comprehensive on the market.
Doctor Consultation available
If any of your results come back positive, we have doctors available to talk with you over the phone. They can prescribe treatment and have the medication sent to a pharmacy of your choice! If needed, they will even refer you to a specialist.
Fast STD Test Results
After supplying your samples, your results will be available online in typically 1-2 days later. If you’re ever wondering the status of your results, feel free to give us a call!
We care about all of our patients. If you ever have any questions or doubts, our Care Advisors are more than happy to assist you. Give them a call and you’ll soon be on your way to total satisfaction.
If you had a recent sexual encounter with someone whose STD status you do not know, it is important that you get tested. Our doctors recommend testing for chlamydia 1-5 days post-exposure and gonorrhea 2-6 days after your sexual encounter. Re-test two weeks after treatment to confirm that you are clear of chlamydia and gonorrhea, then again 3 months later to make sure the infection did not re-appear. Chlamydia and gonorrhea are known as co-existing infections, meaning that having one infection may put you at risk of having the other. Taking the chlamydia and gonorrhea test panel ensures that you test and get treatment for both infections.
Also if you have not been tested for other STDs like syphilis, HIV-1, HIV-2, hepatitis A, B and C or herpes 1 and 2 in the last year, our doctors recommend taking the all-inclusive 10 Test Panel to ensure that you are completely STD free.
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on Dec 17, 2018 - Written by STDcheck Editorial Team.
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