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10 Reasons You May Want To Have Your STD Testing Done Now


  • Looking at when and where to get tested for STD or STI?

  • The latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report says: (A). 1 in 5 in the U.S. has an STI, totaling nearly 68 million infections by 2018. (B) 26 million new STIs in 2018.  (C) Almost half of new STIs among youth aged 15-24.

According to the CDC, that's a major component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Sexually Transmitted Infections do not always show noticeable symptoms. This allows many infections to go undetected and remain untreated. 

Women, in particular are found to carry a disproportionate burden of severe STD outcomes and medical costs.

To proactively counter this, the CDC is advocating all those sexually active young men and women to get screening and prompt treatment (if infected) done. This critical step helps in your health and preventing transmission to others.

"If you are sexually active, be sure to talk to your healthcare provider about STI testing and which tests may be right for you," the CDC report says.

Talk, Test, Treat Method  

Talk: The CDC is now exhorting healthcare providers throughout the U.S. to talk to patients about sexual health, have an honest discussion around their sexual history.

Test: The CDC is recommending timely screening, testing of:

1. All pregnant women for Syphilis, HIV, chlamydia, and hepatitis B in order to protect the health of mothers and their infants. It's also suggesting that at-risk pregnant women need to have a gonorrhea screening early in their pregnancy.

2. All sexually-active women below 25 years and older women with risk factors (new or multiple sex partners, or sex partner who has STD) to have an annual chlamydia and gonorrhea screening.

3.All sexually active gay and bisexual people need to have an annual screening done for syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Men who have sex with men (MSM) and have multiple or anonymous partners need to have screening done every three to six months.

The CDC suggests that this group are at increased risk for extragenital STDs, such as, chlamydia or gonorrhea in the throat or rectum.

4. All adults and adolescents (age 13 - 64) should be tested at least once for HIV. 

Treat: The CDC is asking all U.S. citizens and healthcare providers to follow the organization's 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines to ensure appropriate treatment and care.

These guidelines, the CDC says, are the most current recommendations for treating patients who have, or who are at risk for STDs

10 Reasons You May Want to Choose For Your Test: 

1. 10-Test Panel - The only STD testing service that tests for all common sexually transmitted diseases, their 10-Test Panel involves testing for: HIV 1 & 2 antibody (4th gen), syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis A, hepatitis B & hepatitis C, and herpes 1 & 2

2. Complete Confidentiality - HIPAA privacy laws is a Federal mandate safeguarding your health info. Your information is kept private and secure as you receive confidential STD testing, from the time you order to your visit to the testing center. 

3. Convenient Testing Locations and Hours - Get tested from the center near you from among 4,500 test centers nationwide. Select locations are also open on Saturdays. You may use their locator tool to locate the testing center nearest to you. 

4. Competitive Pricing - Their testing prices are comparatively lower than the cost you'd pay at a hospital or clinic. Considered the lowest in the industry. 

5. FDA-Approved / Cleared Tests - Each test they do is approved and cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 

The only testing service offering an FDA-approved HIV RNA Early Detection Test. Be assured, they follow every Federal and state government testing guideline. 

6. CLIA-Certified Labs - You can be assured of the accuracy of your results. Each of the testing centers meet and exceed the mandated Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) standards. 

The CLIA is the governing body that regulates and monitors all lab testing performed in the U.S. 

7. Faster Test Results - They provide your test results in 1-2 days. You may call their Care Advisors anytime for updates after testing. 

8. HIV RNA Testing - They have the only FDA-approved RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) HIV testing on the market. 

The RNA HIV test newer and faster method designed to detect the presence of HIV in the blood. You won't find it elsewhere. 

9. Simple Testing Process - Their endeavor is to make your testing process simple. 

This means no paperwork to fill out or questions to answer at the testing center. They understand fully well that getting tested for an STD is difficult. 

10. Multiple Payment Options - They offer you multiple payment options, including major credit cards, pre-paid debit cards, cashiers checks, money orders, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), Flex Spending Accounts (FSAs), PayPal, and even Cryptocurrency. 

To protect your privacy, they do not accept health insurance. 


  1. Very helpful blog. Chlamydia prevention is not very tough but one has to be very cautious and careful and must avoid sex.

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