Tests offered

Get doctor recommended testing for 8 of the most common STDs.

  • Chlamydia
  • Herpes 1
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes 2
  • Hepatitis B
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphilis
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for a maximum cost of

$299

Prices based on the cost of all 8 tests we offer

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How testing works
  • Lab Visit

    Provide a blood and/or urine sample. About 15 minutes, no appointment needed.

  • Result Turnaround

    Results delivered online in 3 business days or less.

  • Connect to Care

    Speak to a doctor, receive treatment, and/or find local care if needed.

Lab Visit

Provide a blood and/or urine sample. About 15 minutes, no appointment needed.

Result Turnaround

Results delivered online in 3 business days or less.

Connect to Care

Speak to a doctor, receive treatment, and/or find local care if needed.

HIV

What kind of sample does the test require?

The HIV test is a blood test. At the lab, the lab tech will draw a blood sample.

How do I prepare for the HIV test?

There is no special preparation required for the HIV test.

Who should get an HIV test?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines recommend universal HIV screening on an annual basis for individuals between ages 13 to 64. If you have had unprotected sex and have not been tested this year, or if you've never been tested, consider getting an HIV test.

Many different kinds of people are affected by HIV regardless of age, gender, race, or sexual orientation. In fact, the highest numbers of new HIV cases are in middle aged adults ages 35 to 44.

What will my HIV results tell me?

This test result will either be abnormal or normal. Abnormal means there are signs of HIV. Normal means no signs of HIV were detected. A confirmatory test is always run before making an HIV diagnosis.

The lab automatically runs a confirmation of any abnormal HIV antibody result. Experts agree that another test should be run on a new blood sample before making a formal diagnosis of HIV, and our doctors believe all medical professionals should follow this recommendation.

An abnormal HIV result does not mean that you have AIDS. If your test result is abnormal, one of our doctors will talk with you about your results and arrange for you to see a specialist in your area regarding additional testing, treatment, and next steps.

Is there a cure for HIV?

While there is no cure for HIV today, significant progress has been made in HIV treatment. It is now considered a chronic disease and can be managed successfully. We talk about living with HIV, not dying from it.

Learn more about the HIV Antibody

Our STD testing services include...

  • Doctor recommended tests
    We offer the exact same STD tests trusted by doctors nationwide.
  • Results 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.