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Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Our panels and tests will help you confirm or rule out the presence of sexually transmitted disease discreetly, so you can continue living your life responsibly.

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Allergies

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Heart Health

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Diabetes

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Infectious Diseases

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General Health

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Profiles and Panels

STD Panel.

$297

This group of tests is used to screen for common sexually transmitted diseases: herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, HIV and chlamydia. These tests screen for the antibodies the body produces in response to the infection.

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Gonorrhea / Chlamydia.

$101

This set of tests are performed simultaneously because the two organisms have similar clinical presentations. A definitive diagnosis is important since the symptoms of chlamydia can resemble those of gonorrhea, and the two infections require different antibiotic treatment.

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Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-1 and HSV-2).

$96

Genital herpes is caused by two types of viruses: herpes simplex type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex type 2 (HSV-2). This test is performed to detect indicators of current or previous exposure to herpes.

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HIV 1/2 4th Gen Reflex.

$75

HIV screening tests detect the HIV antigen (p24) and/or HIV antibodies produced in response to an HIV infection in the blood. If the initial test is positive, then it must be followed by a second test, a reflex test, to establish a diagnosis. If the second test does not agree with the first test, then a third test is performed that detects the genetic material (RNA) of the virus. An HIV RNA test will detect HIV in most people within 1-4 weeks after infection.

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Syphilis.

$25

Syphilis testing screens for the presence of antibodies the body produces in response to the bacteria. If antibodies are found in the initial blood test, a second test, called a reflex test, is performed to confirm the antibodies specifically target the syphilis bacteria to rule out the possibility of a false positive.

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Still Have Questions?

Is gonorrhea curable?

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Gonorrhea can be cured when treated with a course of antibiotics.

Is chlamydia curable?

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Chlamydia can be cured when treated with a course of antibiotics.

Is herpes curable?

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There is no cure for herpes, but antiviral medications can prevent or shorten outbreaks.

What is the difference between herpes simplex type 1 and herpes simplex type 2?

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Both types are contagious and periodically cause small fever blisters (vesicles) that break to form open lesions. HSV-1 primarily causes blisters or “cold sores” around the mouth, while HSV-2 usually causes lesions around the genital area; however, either one can affect the oral or genital area.

Is HIV curable?

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There is no cure for HIV, but early treatment can help. Many people with HIV live long, healthy lives by visiting their doctors for routine checkups and taking medication to prevent HIV from developing into AIDS.

Is syphilis curable?

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Syphilis can be cured when treated with a course of antibiotics.