If you’ve never gone through the STD testing process before, then it’s natural to be a little nervous about the idea. But the good news is that STD testing today is easier, less invasive, and more convenient than ever before. In fact, now that you have the option of ordering your tests online. In relationships today getting a test is a really touchy subject to talk about. Many couples are scared to talk about getting tested because they think it might mean the end of their relationship. Getting tested is no longer an embarrassing wait in a line. There are many options for getting onge with no wait or records.
A Private STD Test
Getting tested is no longer a painful and embarrassing trip to the clinic. Now, you can get tested quickly with no wait and no records at many clinics across the nation. There is also the option of getting an at-home STD test kit where you can test from the convenience of your home.
Preparing to get tested is easy for most STD testing options. Usually a blood or urine sample is collected at a lab. In the case of an at-home test, tissue samples can be coolected with a swab.
The test for most diseases can be conducted either at a lab or at home. Lab testing usually takes around 15-20 minutes. If you choose to get a test at-home, your samples can be mailed to a nearby lab for testing. Both testing at home and at a lab are anonymous.
Results for most are available within 1-5 business days. Your results can be access through our secured portal or over the phone. We have certified counselors available to interpret you test results.
Treatment is available for all STDs and most are curable.
There is usually a 3-7 day period between the time of exposure and when the test can accurately detect the infection.
Most STDs are often asymptotic, meaning most people don’t experience signs or symptoms of the infection. If symptoms of a disease is present, they typically include abnormal discharge, burning during urination, bleeding between menstrual cycles in women. Men may experience abnormal discharge, pain during urination, or burning and itching around the opening of the penis. Just name a few.
Testing recommended annually for all sexually active adults. Anyone concerned of recent exposure, those experiencing symptoms, sexually active women under 25, pregnant women, and anyone engaging in high risk sexual behavior should get tested for tested frequently.
Details of The Test
There are a number of options available for various diseases, for example the NAAT test is available for Chlamydia.
We value and respect your privacy. Your results will not appear on your insurance records, we will not sell your data, our communications are always discreet, and we offer completely anonymous cash payment options for those seeking total privacy.