STD Testing on Demand

Our exemplary standard of patient care begins with a self-selected panel of STD tests, determined by your concerns about symptoms and exposure. You have complete control in ensuring your sexual health.

STD Tests Provided

Many sexually transmitted diseases are asymptomatic. Consequently, it’s often in your best interest to test for the full panel provided to stay fully informed about your sexual health.



Hepatitis B

Hepatitis C


HIV Antibody

HIV Early Detection



Our standard chlamydia STD test collects a urine sample to confirm the presence of chlamydia bacteria, and if enough is present to cause an infection. According to CDC annual reports, HPV is the #1 most common sexually transmitted infection in the US. Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>


This is another common bacterial sexually transmitted infection that is tested with a urine sample. Gonorrhea often presents as asymptomatic in both men and women, making it even more important to get tested. Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>

Hepatitis B

Testing for hepatitis B requires a blood draw. It’s a simple test that is highly specific. There is no need to fast beforehand, all you need is to be able to provide a blood sample at the lab location. Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>

Hepatitis C

The tests to diagnose hepatitis B and hepatitis C are similar. Both require a blood draw by a lab technician. Neither the test for hepatitis B or hepatitis C requires fasting prior to the appointment. Your test results will be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>


Getting tested for the herpes virus requires a blood draw, for both the oral and genital forms. Genital herpes, caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV), is highly contagious and presents as asymptomatic. There is no fasting necessary for the blood draw prior to arriving at the lab location. Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. HSV-1 is the cause of oral herpes and HSV-2 is the cause of genital herpes. Learn more >>

HIV Antibody

The HIV Antibody test is a blood test. No fasting is required before the blood draw. This test can produce a false negative when not enough antibodies are present to make a conclusive diagnosis. If you are at risk, our medical team will follow up to ensure any additional testing is completed by connecting you with the appropriate resources in your area.Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>

HIV Early Detection

Our doctor-recommended test for those at risk for HIV is the antibody test. The HIV Early Detection test is designed to test up to one week earlier before the standard antibody test. If you’ve had unprotected sex with someone who is positive, this test is recommended. Your test results will usually be available in five business days or less. Learn more >>


Getting tested for syphilis is typically a two-step process for those who are positive. Our doctors recommend first a Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) Test, to see if at-risk patients are positive. If so, then the lab technician will run another test for treponemal pallidum bacteria, a positive confirmation for syphilis. Your test results will usually be available in three business days or less. Learn more >>

When Should I Be Tested for STDs?

It is recommended to get tested for STDs if:

  • You’ve never taken an STD test before
  • You or your partner had unprotected sex and may have been exposed to an STD
  • You are experiencing symptoms commonly associated with STDs
  • You’ve had multiple partners over the course of the year
  • You have any concerns about your sexual health

If you’re worried about your sexual health, checking in on your status will help to put your mind at ease. Even if you aren’t sure you were exposed, taking STD tests will properly inform you and your partners. In many cases, STDs can be cured and if not, managed with medication.

Our doctors recommend getting tested today if this is your first time getting tested, you’ve had more than one partner within the last year or you’ve had sex without protection. If you have concerns about your current partner’s status, you’ve recently had unprotected sex, or you are experiencing common STD symptoms after recent exposure, we recommend you test two weeks from your last exposure. In addition to these recommendations, we suggest a second test six weeks after your initial one to ensure more accurate results. Some conditions also take a longer time to appear positive, so it’s advisable to get this second test to be certain of your status. Call our support team today toll-free at 1-800-456-2323 if you have questions about what tests make the most sense for you.

Find the right tests

Choose the specific tests that are right for you or select a full STD test panel

Choose a location

Get tested at home, work, a lab, or another convenient location near you

Fast online results

You’ll be notified of your results usually within three business days or less

Doctor follow-up

Our medical team is on-call to discuss your diagnosis and recommend further care

Should I Get Tested Every Year?

The frequency of testing depends on the frequency of behavior risk. If you’ve had unprotected sex, ordering an STD test between two and six weeks after exposure is recommended. If you regularly have multiple sexual partners each year, it’s a good idea to get tested at least once a year. If you’ve never been tested, scheduling a round of tests is a proactive way to stay on top of your sexual health.

Why is the Right Choice for Me?

What is keeping you from getting a panel of STD tests? Is it the embarrassment of discussing the results with your primary care doctor? Are you short on time and don’t have hours to spend in a waiting room or in a long line at a free clinic? Whatever your reason, our service is here to take the hassle out of STD testing to offer exemplary customer care, confidential testing and results that are delivered efficiently. Getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases and infections should be simple, affordable and private. That’s why is the right choice for you.

Your privacy is our priority

Your health information is protected by strict federal and state privacy laws, and we use industry standard practices to ensure the security of that information. Get Tested Now

Website Security works to make your testing experience as discreet as possible. Our site employs the HL7 interface in transferring information from our domains to the labs we work with. HL7 is the healthcare industry safety security standard for ensuring the privacy of all documents transferred on the web.

Email Privacy

You’ll never receive an email with a loud headline announcing “Your STD Test”. You won’t even see our website name in the “From” column. Our email communications are timely and informative, but intentionally discreet.

Discreet Billing

As another safe-guard to your privacy, our website name will not appear on your billing statement. Neither will the names of any tests you receive.

Private Results

Your results involve a two-step process that is another safe-guard to your privacy. You’ll be notified that your results are available by an email from our partner website, which will not include your results. After you log in, you will then be directed to your secure test results.

Confidential, Private and Affordable STD Testing

Order a full STD screening panel now for just $198.
Individual STD tests starting at just $24.