Get doctor recommended testing for 8 of the most common STDs.
- Herpes 1
- Herpes 2
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis C
for a minimum cost of$35
for a maximum cost of$250
Prices based on the cost of all 8 tests we offer
What kind of gonorrhea test do you use?
The gonorrhea test we use is called the Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT). They consider it the "gold standard" for gonorrhea tests.
What kind of sample does the gonorrhea test require?
The gonorrhea test requires a urine sample. There is no undressing or swabbing required.
How do I prepare for the gonorrhea test?
You'll need to provide a urine sample at the lab. You do not need to fast.
What will my gonorrhea results tell me?
Your results will tell you if you’re either abnormal or normal for gonorrhea. An abnormal result means the test found signs of gonorrhea. A normal result means the test did not find any signs of gonorrhea.
Is there a cure for gonorrhea?
Yes, gonorrhea can be cured with medication. It’s important to take the medication as prescribed, practice safe sex, and tell anyone you might have infected that they should be tested and treated, too.
Our STD testing services include...
- Doctor recommended tests
We offer the exact same STD tests trusted by doctors nationwide.
- Results usually in 3 business days or less
You'll receive an email alerting you when they're ready.
- Unlimited support from Care Advisors
Our team is here to help you during the entire testing process.
- Labs near you
Visit one of 4,000 LabCorp or Quest Diagnostic labs near you for testing.
- Confidential treatment of your information
We take your privacy seriously and protect your information with industry-standard technology.
- A doctor to discuss your results
Doctor consultations by phone are available if your results require further explanation. *
- Prescriptions available
If appropriate, our doctors will send a prescription for you to your local pharmacy.
- Personal guidance and referral services, if necessary
We will connect you with a specialist in your area for further follow up treatment, when appropriate.