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Pay as little as $42 for individual tests. Full comprehensive test panels are $198, plus a $10 discount if you order online instead of phone. Add an HIV Early Detection test which can detect an HIV infection as early as 9-11 days after exposure and is conclusive if taken 9-11 days post exposure.

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When to Get Tested for STDs?

Doctors recommend testing for the most common STDs within the 8 Test Panel’s below.

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The Chlamydia test is a urine test that is both highly sensitive and highly specific. The test basically detects the presence of the Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria. It is advisable that you do not urinate one hour before visiting our STD testing facility.
The Gonorrhea test is a urine test that detects the presence of the DNA of the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria. The advantage of this test is that it is highly specific and sensitive and it involves no undressing or swabbing.
This is a urine-based STD test that is very effective in diagnosing both Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. The advantage of this test is that it is more sensitive and specific than any swab test.
The Syphilis test is basically a blood test that detects the presence of the antibodies the body generates to fight Syphilis. A positive Syphilis test could indicate either a current or a previous infection.
The Hepatitis B test is a blood test. You will be required to provide a basic blood sample at the private testing location you select. The test is highly specific and sensitive. There is nothing you need to do before the test. Just come to a lab facility and provide your blood sample.
This blood test detects the presence of the antibodies of the Hepatitis C virus and although it is highly sensitive and specific, if you get tested for the infection too soon, your body might not have had time to generate enough antibodies for the test to detect.
For the purpose of testing an individual for HIV, there are two types of tests: the HIV DNA test and the HIV Antibody test. The HIV DNA test is both accurate and quick and it is the test recommended after a possible exposure to the HIV virus. The HIV Antibody test, on the other hand, is widely considered to be the gold standard test with a test accuracy of 99.5%.
Getting tested for genital herpes is simple. All you need to give is we need is a small blood sample. You do not need to prepare for the test and results of your test will be made available to you within 3 days after the test has been taken via an online portal.
Get tested for HIV as soon as 9-11 days after the encounter.

More information about your sexual health

If you have engaged in unprotected sex, forced into having sex, or have any other reason to believe that you’ve been exposed to a sexually transmitted infection, the one and only thing you need to do next is to get tested for the sake of your health, your partner’s health, and the health of any future partners.

When it comes to your sexual health, you should be in charge. The more you are involved in your own sexual health, the more you can prevent the spread of sexual diseases and protect yourself from possibly life-threatening illnesses. At Safer STD Testing, we will help you find the right STD/STI testing for your needs.Many people assume that all STDs come with visible symptoms, but that is not the case. Many STIs have NO symptoms in the majority of infected people and can go undiagnosed for years. Many symptoms are also easily mistaken for other physical ailments or disorders, causing people to overlook them.

What is STI Testing?

Sexually Transmitted Infection are also better known as an STI / STD. The consequences of not getting tested for an STI can be severe. Even if you’re not 100% sure that you have an STI, getting tested can help you make informed decisions about your health and move forward with any necessary treatments. Many individuals do not get STD testing because they’re not sure how to go about testing, because they’re embarrassed, or they believe that other physical exams qualify as STD testing. Here are some helpful tips about when, where, and why you should be tested:

When should I get STI Tests?

  • If you’ve had unprotected sex
  • Have a new partner (or multiple partners)
  • Worried you have been exposed

It is better for you to be proactive when it comes to your health. We strongly encourage any individuals that have any concerns about their sexual health to get tested. It is never too soon to get tested—but it can be too late—get tested now. Tests include: Here are some helpful tips about when, where, and why you should be tested:

  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Hepatitis A, B, C
  • Herpes
  • Trichomoniasis

It is important to note that you may not need every single test. These tests will depend on your history of previous STIs, sexual behaviors, and whether you display symptoms or not. How Long Do I Have to Wait for Results? Results are typically returned within 3 business days.

How Often Should I Get Tested?

Currently, the CDC recommends that individuals should be tested:Here are some helpful tips about when, where, and why you should be tested:

  • Annually for HIV
  • Annually for Chlamydia (in women younger than 25)
  • Every 3-6 months for those previously infected
  • Pap Smears every 1 to 2 years

Frequency of testing also depends on sexual behaviors and risk factors.

Why choose Safer STD Testing Preferred Service Providers ?

By going through our preferred FDA-approved STD testing service providers, you can expect fast appointments, no waiting times, results delivered typically within 48 hours after testing. The health facilities are located all over the United States, so regardless of where you are based, you have a convenient location that you can attend to have your tests done with complete discretion. To ensure 100% confidentiality, your test results can only be accessed online. Your test results are never mailed or revealed over the phone.

About Safer STD Testing

At Safer STD Testing, we provide access to professional public and private sexual health providers that you can visit. Your STD tests are performed quickly and in complete confidence. Our Preferred Service Provider facilities are staffed by committed healthcare professionals who will lead you every step of the way to make your experience with us as positive as possible. You can never act too soon, but you can act too late!

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