STD Testing – Individual Tests

We offer a multitude of STD Testing to best suit your specific circumstance. All of the following STD Tests are obtainable individually or within a panel designed for your unique needs.

If this listing of options seems to be overwhelming, don’t get worried! Your std testing counselor is able to tailor your own testing to your specific needs with just a few simple questions, and will most likely have the ability to present you with an STD testing panel that will incorporate the most frequent tests listed below into one, single, more affordable panel which will give you complete peace of mind!

HIV Testing

HIV-1/HIV-2 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 & 2) Antibody Screen with Western Blot Confirmation

In the event your exposure was more than ninety days ago, this specific test will look for the antibodies which are produced by your body’s immune system in response to the virus.


For those men and women who’s contact has been more recent, this specific extremely advanced test will be able to sense minute traces of the virus’s DNA in your system as soon as seventy two hours from exposure.

Syphilis Testing

RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) For Syphilis

The RPR test is the most typical syphilis test carried out and is done so using a blood specimen. If the RPR test returns positive a confirmatory test (fluorescent treponemal antibody absorption or FTA-ABS test) will be conducted at no additional cost.

Chlamydia Testing

Chlamydia Urine Test

This test is carried out using a simple urine specimen. Using nucleic acid amplification to identify the existence of the bacterium, this test has been confirmed to be much more successful than just a swab test, and much less painful.

Gonorrhea Testing

Gonorrhea Urine Test

Much like the Chlamydia test, this test is likewise performed with a simple urine specimen. Utilizing nucleic acid amplification to sense the existence of the bacterium, this test has been confirmed to be much more effective than a swab test, and much less painful.

Hepatitis Testing

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Test

This is the most often and easily executed test for hepatitis B and is also the first test to indicate irregular results. HBsAg usually indicates active hepatitis B virus infection.

Hepatitis B Surface Antibody Test

This antibody appears roughly four weeks following the disappearance of the surface antigen and signifies the conclusion of the acute infection period. HBsAb also signifies immunity to subsequent infections.

Hepatitis C Core Antibody Test

This antibody appears around 1 month following infection with HBsAg and diminishes over several years. HBcAb is also present in people with chronic hepatitis.


Complete Blood Count (CBC) With Differential Test

The CBC and Differential test provide a snapshot of your body’s immune system and will offer you important details which could indicate a possible infection. White blood cell counts, red blood cell counts, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelet counts are only a few of the indicators included in this series.


Urinalysis Testing

Total Urinary Analysis (UA) involves several routine tests on a urine sample. Most bacterial infections can be diagnosed by using this test, even if the infection is not necessarily an STD.