When you visit our urgent care for STD testing, we can provide lab and blood tests for the most common STDs. This may include:
- Genital herpes
If you are experiencing STD symptoms, it is best to seek medical care right away. Common symptoms may include burning while urinating, abnormal discharge, pain or fever.
Additionally, you should get tested if you have been exposed to an STD. Based on the information you share, a provider may recommend an STD test even if you are not experiencing symptoms.
Yes, most insurance covers STD testing, but the amount they cover will depend on your specific plan.
Symptoms of STDs can vary depending on the specific illness. Common symptoms can include:
While the above symptoms can impact anyone, specific symptoms for men and women can differ. STD symptoms for women can include pain during sex, pelvic pain, abnormal colored discharge or spotting from the vagina. It is important to note that most STDs can produce no symptoms in women, so it is important to get checked if you think you have been exposed or have had unprotected intercourse. STD symptoms for men include pain with urination, discharge from the penis, or tender and swollen testicles and lymph nodes in the groin.
Many of these symptoms can be caused by other illnesses as well. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to get an STD screening to determine the best treatment for you.
If you have been exposed to or need an evaluation for a possible STD, visit any of our conveniently located urgent cares for STD testing. Our caring healthcare providers can confidentially evaluate your concerns and determine the best plan of action.
Chlamydia is the most commonly reported sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States and affects both men and women. This stealthy bacterial infection is easily spread through oral, vaginal, or anal sex.
There are dozens of infections that can be transmitted through sexual contact. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that every day,1 million new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are acquired worldwide. Here’s what every patient needs to know about sexually transmitted infections.
If you’re sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases/infections (aka STDs or STIs) is crucial to your overall health. Teens and those under 25 are especially at risk for contracting STDs but anyone who is sexually active is at risk.