Lab STD Testing Options
FDA-approved and results within 5 days
Lab STD tests include HIV, Chlamydia, Oral Herpes, Genital Herpes, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C.
Visit Local Lab
Visit the lab selected at checkout at your convenience-no appointment needed.
Lab testing is the fastest and most cost effective option
If you're looking for the quickest possible results and the most cost effective option, select lab testing. During checkout, select the nearest lab. With over 4,000+ labs in our network, there's likely multiple locations in your hometown.
Lab STD testing is completely private
- You won't get undressed.
- You won't be swabbed.
- You won't have any information reported to your insurance company. Your results are private.
- You'll test in privacy. No one will know what you're testing for, as our labs test for a variety of reasons. No one in the waiting area will know why you're there.
Lab tests are FDA-approved
Our tests are the most accepted tests on the market for STD screening.
Visit the lab at your convenience
No appointments are needed. After checkout, visit the lab at your convenience sometime within the next two weeks.
Get results within 5 days
Within 5 business days, you'll be notified via e-mail when you're results are ready. Simply log online or call us to learn your STD status.
Talk with a professional; get treatment
Through our partnership with the American Social Health Association (ASHA), certified STD counselors and doctors are available to answer questions, provide treatment for curable STDs, and offer guidance.
* ABOUT HIV TESTING
The HIV early detection test is a DNA-based test that can detect the virus as early as two weeks after possible exposure. However, our physician's recommend pairing the early detection test with the HIV Standard test, which is considered the "gold standard" in HIV screening. However, it may take up to 12 weeks for the HIV Standard test to provide accurate results. Repeat HIV testing is recommended for sexually active adults with multiple partners or concern of exposure.