10 Test Panel

Our comprehensive 10 Test Panel is recommended by our physicians. This panel tests for the 10 most common STDs.

There are no obvious symptoms with most STDs. It is entirely possible to have an STD and have no knowledge of it. Someone who is at risk for having one STD is also at risk for having multiple STDs. STD Testing Centers of America is the only testing service providing a comprehensive 10 Test Panel which tests for all the common STDs. This panel includes gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes 1 and 2 and HIV. Knowing you’ve been tested for everything will assure your peace of mind. Order our all-inclusive 10 Test Panel package today so that you know without a doubt that you are free of STDs.

You should know as soon as possible whether or not you’ve contracted HIV. We are the only testing service that has the HIV RNA Early Detection test which can give you conclusive results as early as 9 to 11 days from being exposed to the virus. This test screens for RNA genetic material contained in your blood.

When testing for chlamydia do you draw blood or take a urine sample?

For chlamydia we can test with just a sample of your urine. There is no need for a swab for you to undress.

Do I need to do anything to prepare for the test?

You will need to abstain from urinating for at least one hour before giving your urine sample.

If I think I’ve been exposed to chlamydia when should I be tested?

If you are worried that you may be infected with chlamydia, the best time for testing is from 1 to 5 days from being exposed. Waiting for at least 24 hours from possibly being exposed is best. If your test is positive you will receive treatment. Then we recommend that you repeat the chlamydia test 2 weeks after treatment to confirm that you are completely clear of the bacterium.

What can I expect my chlamydia test results to say?

If your test results report that you are negative that means that no signs of chlamydia were present in your urine. If your test results are positive then you will need to be treated for chlamydia as it was found to be in your system. If you were tested immediately after possible exposure, then it may have been too soon to detect the presence of the bacterium. We recommend waiting a minimum of 1 – 5 days after you’ve possibly been exposed.

Is chlamydia curable?

Yes it is curable and the treatment is a course of antibiotics. If you request, you may have a phone consultation with one of our doctors and at their discretion, you can receive a prescription for antibiotics sent to the pharmacy of your choice.

Who should be tested for chlamydia?

Both men and women can contract chlamydia. According to the CDC there are almost 3 million new cases of chlamydia occurring in the U.S. every year. This disease has no observable symptoms and spreads very easily. To make sure you are not infected, get tested.

If you’re a sexually active women of 25 years or younger, the CDC recommends getting tested for chlamydia. Also if you’ve had unprotected sex with someone whose STD status is uncertain, be tested.

What does gonorrhea testing consist of?

The gonorrhea test requires a urine sample. We use the CLIA Certified Nucleic Acid Amplification (NAA) test. This test gives the most accurate results of any gonorrhea test on the market. It detects the presence of the Neisseria gonorrhea bacterium in your system. There is no swabbing or undressing necessary.

Is there anything I need to do to get ready to be tested?

Just hold off from urinating for a least an hour before you provide your urine sample at the testing center. That’s all you need to do.

Is there an ideal time to be tested for gonorrhea?

There is no universal incubation time for gonorrhea; everyone’s body handles the infection differently. We recommend that you wait at least 2 – 6 days after possible exposure before going to the testing center. The more fully the bacterium is developed, the easier it is to detect. If your test result is positive, you will be treated. Once your course of treatment has been completed, we recommend that you be re-tested to confirm that the infection is cured.

When I get the results of my gonorrhea test, what will the results say?

If there are no signs of gonorrhea in your system, your result will be negative. If you get a positive result that means the Neisseria gonorrhea bacteria has been found by the test. To make sure your test results are accurate we recommend waiting at least 2 to 6 days after possible exposure.

Is gonorrhea curable?

Yes gonorrhea can be cured with a course of antibiotics. If your test results are positive you may request a free phone consultation with one of our doctors. They are there to answer all your questions and can prescribe the appropriate medication at their discretion.

Who should be tested for gonorrhea?

Anyone who is sexually active is at risk for getting gonorrhea. If this disease goes untreated it can cause serious and even permanent health issues. The symptoms of gonorrhea would be a burning feeling when urinating, a discharge, rashes or sores in the genital area. Anyone having these symptoms should be tested along with their partner.

Do I need to have blood drawn or is a urine sample needed for the hepatitis A test?

This is a blood test so when you visit the test center a small amount of blood will be drawn by one of our lab technicians.

Is there anything I need to do to be ready for the test?

No preparation is needed prior to taking the test. You do not have to fast.

When is the best time to be tested for hepatitis A?

Because the Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) has an incubation period of approximately 28 days we recommend that you wait from 2 to 7 weeks after possible exposure. The HAV infection does not necessarily cause chronic liver disease but it has been fatal in rare instances (0.5%). We always advise our patience that 10% to 15% of HAV patients may see a recurrence of their symptoms within a 6 month period after they’ve been treated.

How is hepatitis A contracted?

The most common way people get HAV is by ingesting food or water that has been contaminated with feces. Another way the disease is spread is when having anal-oral sexual contact.

When I get my results what will they say?

If you have no indication of hepatitis A, your result will be negative. If you receive a positive result that means that the antibodies for hepatitis A were found in your blood.

Is there a cure or treatment for hepatitis A?

There is not a cure for hepatitis A. If your test results are positive doctors will need to monitor and keep a close eye on your liver functions to make sure you are healing. There is a vaccination that prevents people from contracting the disease and this is recommended for anyone at risk for contracting hepatitis A and for children one year of age and older. Everyone should practice clean personal hygiene as well for added protection.

Who should be tested for hepatitis A?

Anyone in the U.S. is at risk for getting hepatitis A because there are no identifiable risk factors that can be associated with this virus. There are certain groups of people who are more likely to get HAV and these would be men who have engaged in sex with other men, anyone who practices oral to anal sex as well as those who use illegal drugs and people who travel overseas and get the virus in a country where HAV is widespread.

Does this test for hepatitis B test a person’s blood or their urine?

The test we use requires a blood sample. Our lab technicians will draw just a small sample when you come in for testing.

Is there anything I need to do to be ready for the test?

A test for hepatitis B does not require any fasting or any other preparation.

When is the best time to be tested for hepatitis B?

For the most accurate test results we recommend waiting a minimum of 6 weeks after possible exposure to hepatitis B. This disease rarely shows any symptoms so it’s unlikely you will know you have it. If there are any symptoms, they begin showing up from 6 weeks to 6 months after contracting the virus. However half of all adults that have been infected do not have any discernable symptoms. The other half who does experience symptoms will be extremely tired, have lower abdomen pain, and have hardly any appetite. They may feel nauseous and even be vomiting, have painful joints, a headache, fever and even hives. You should think seriously about being tested if you have a lot of these symptoms or if you’ve had contact with someone that you know who has chronic HBV infection.

When I get my test results back, what will they say?

If your test result comes back negative this means no sign of hepatitis B was detected in your bloodstream. If your test result says positive then hepatitis B was found in your blood. We have doctors available to speak with our patience upon your request. You can ask your questions and our doctor will be there to answer them all.

What is the cure or treatment for hepatitis B?

There is no actual cure for hepatitis B. However the prognosis is good. About 90% of adults with acute (recent) HBV infection can eliminate the virus from their system without using any medication. But if you test positive for longer than six months this means you have chronic hepatitis B and need to see your local doctor. You will be examined and the status of your infection will be assessed so that you can start being treated. The progression of the virus can be slowed down which is what is needed to prevent serious damage to your liver. The majority of patients live long healthy lives while still having hepatitis B.

Who should be tested for hepatitis B?

Because hepatitis B is very contagious and can affect both men and women, anyone who is likely to come in contact with the virus should be tested. Intravenous drug users who share needles are at risk and should be tested. Someone having unprotected sex with a partner who’s infected should be tested. A hepatitis B test should be taken when anyone goes for STD screening. For people who have had unprotected sex with a partner whose STD status is not known, testing is essential for maintaining good health.

Will a blood sample or a urine sample be used for the hepatitis C test?

A small sample of blood is drawn for the Hepatitis C Antibody Test. The test will search for the presence of antibodies to the hepatitis C virus in the blood sample.

How should I prepare for the test?

This is a simple blood test so you don’t need to fast or make any other preparations in order to be tested for the hepatitis C virus.

When would be the best time to come in for a hepatitis C test?

The usual time for the body to develop antibodies to hepatitis C is 8 to 9 weeks. This is the time we would recommend you come in for your HCV test. We also recommend that you have another test 3 months after you contracted the virus to make sure that you no longer have an active HCV infection.

When I get my results what will they say?

If your results come back negative, that means that no hepatitis C antibodies were detected in your blood sample. If your results show positive then the antibodies for hepatitis C were detected in your blood sample.

Our HAV test is very accurate however 10% of positive results can actually be “false positives”. This occurs when someone has perhaps created antibodies that fought off the infection sometime in the past. If you do receive a positive result our doctors will probably recommend some follow-up testing to diagnose whether or not you do have an active infection.

What is the cure or treatment for hepatitis C?

A determination needs to be made as to whether the infection is acute (recent) or chronic (long term). This may be a case where no particular treatment is needed. Many people who have the virus have no idea they have hepatitis C because the symptoms may be very mild and they mimic the same symptoms as the flu.

If it has been determined that the hepatitis is acute it is usually managed with healthy eating, ingesting a lot of fluids and taking enough time to rest. One should see a physician who specializes in treating liver disease in order to determine that liver function has not been impaired or otherwise affected.

If hepatitis C goes undetected or goes without being treated this can lead to serious liver disease or even liver failure. It’s very important to have an accurate diagnosis of hepatitis C before it becomes chronic as the proper treatment can avoid serious liver complications.

Who should be tested for hepatitis C?

People who are at risk would be those born between 1945 and 1965, those who have had an organ transplant or even a blood transfusion before July 1992. People who use or have injection drugs, those who’ve had unprotected sex or live with someone who has the disease are at risk and should be tested for hepatitis C as a routine matter when they go for STD testing.

Will I be having blood drawn or providing a urine sample for the oral herpes test?

The test for oral herpes requires a blood sample. You don’t need to undress or have a swab taken.

Is there anything I need to do to get ready for the test?

No there is nothing in particular that you need to do so no fasting is needed for the oral herpes test.

When is the best time to be tested for oral herpes?

Our doctors have determined that the optimum time to be tested for oral herpes is 4 to 6 weeks after someone has been exposed. This test should be part of any regular STD screening for anyone who has had oral sex without protection or for anyone who has been in contact with the fluids (saliva or semen) of someone having the HSV-1.

What will I see on my test results?

When you get your results if they say negative then that means the presence of oral herpes was not detected in your blood. If the results say positive that means that oral herpes was detected.

What is the cure or treatment for oral herpes?

No there is not any cure for oral herpes (herpes 1 virus) but the symptoms can be managed by taking antiviral medication. Although the medication does not cure oral herpes it does control the frequency of outbreaks and keeps the virus from being transmitted to others.

Who should be tested for oral herpes?

Anyone who has engaged in unprotected oral sex should be tested. Oral herpes is commonly found in the population so those who have come in contact with the bodily fluids of an infected partner needs to be tested. Even if there is no sign of herpes 1 symptoms that does not mean you’re not infected. Only by being tested will you know your status.

In testing for genital herpes is blood taken or is a urine sample needed?

We will be drawing a sample of blood for testing with the Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) test. This test searches for the antibodies that fight the herpes virus.

Is there anything I should do to get ready to be tested?

There is no fasting required or anything else required to be tested for HSV-2.

When is the best time to be tested for genital herpes?

Everyone is different. We all create our antibodies at our own rate. In some people it’s possible to find herpes 2 as soon as 3 weeks after they’ve been exposed. What we recommend is a waiting period of 4 to 6 weeks after possible exposure. If the test comes back negative, we recommend being tested again in 3 months just to make sure the first results were accurate.

When I get my results back what will they say?

A negative result means that the test did not detect any indication of the presence of genital herpes. A positive result means that there were indications found of the presence of genital herpes. We have a lot of faith in the ELISA tests, however “false positives” do happen because of the rarity of genital herpes in certain populations.

The results will be in terms of a numeric value. If your results show a value of 0.91 or less this means you are negative. If your results show a value of 1.09 or greater, this means positive. If you would like to see more test results and find out the specifics see our STD Test Results Sample Page.

What is the cure or treatment for genital herpes?

Genital herpes cannot be cured but there are treatments that manage the virus. Antiviral medications can lessen the instances of symptoms and decrease the timeframe during outbreaks. These drugs also lessen the likelihood that you will transmit the virus to others.

Who should be tested for genital herpes?

The HSV-2 infection is more easily transmitted from men to women according to the CDC, therefore it is found in more women than men. The infection is spread by having contact with oral or genital secretions, mucosal surfaces and lesions. Any woman who has had contact recently with someone with genital herpes needs to be tested.

When being tested for HIV will I need to have blood drawn or leave a urine sample?

A blood sample is used for the HIV Antibody Test. There is no need to undress or have a swab taken.

What preparations do I need to make to be ready for the test?

There is no need to fast or prepare in any other way for the HIV Antibody Test.

When is the best time to get tested for HIV?

If you suspect that you may have been exposed to HIV the best time to be tested would be 1 to 3 months after being exposed. Most people start developing antibodies against the virus within about 25 days, but sometimes it can take someone as long as 3 months to start developing antibodies.

The HIV Antibody Blood Test can detect the existence of these antibodies in the bloodstream. If the test detects the antibodies then a Supplemental Differentiation Assay will be done to make sure HIV is present in the bloodstream. This additional test is at no cost to the patient.

For people who are worried about being exposed to HIV in the recent past we recommend our HIV RNA Early Detection Test which has the capability of detecting HIV in the bloodstream as soon as 9 – 11 days after possible exposure.

When I get my results back what will they say?

The results of your HIV test will say one of two things, negative or positive. When the results say negative this means that no signs of HIV were detected in the blood sample. If the results say positive, then the HIV antibodies were detected.

What is the cure or treatment for HIV?

There is no known cure for HIV, but there are many anti-retroviral drugs that have been developed to manage the infection and help those with HIV lead near normal lives. These drugs taken together as “drug cocktails” make the immune system stronger so that HIV is prevented from developing into full blown AIDS.

Who should be tested for HIV?

Men and women who have engaged in unprotected sex or uses intravenous drugs need to be tested. People can have HIV for a long period of time and never know it. Being tested is the only way to find out for sure and an HIV test should always be part of any routine STD screening ritual.

Will blood be drawn or do I need to leave a urine sample when having the HIV RNA Test?

A small sample of blood will be needed to complete the HIV RNA Early Detection Test. This will be drawn by one of our lab technicians when you visit our testing center.

Are there any preparations I need to make for the test?

You do not need to fast or prepare in any way for your test.

When would be the best time to have the HIV RNA Early Detection Test?

As early as 9 to 11 days after possible exposure the HIV RNA Test Early Detection Test can produce conclusive results. STD Testing Center of America is the only testing service that provides this RNA based early detection test for HIV, which is FDA Approved.

This test detects the existence of HIV RNA in the blood plasma. It can find acute (recent) HIV infections that have not yet had time to develop antibodies, which are the proteins the body produces to fight HIV) in the bloodstream. This is the most sensitive test for the early detection of HIV currently on the market.

When I get my test results back what will they say?

If you get a result back that says negative then HIV was not present in your blood. If your results come back positive then HIV was found to be present in your blood. If your result is positive this does not indicate that you have developed AIDS.

What is the cure or treatment for HIV?

HIV is not currently able to be cured, but it is very successfully treated using anti-retroviral drugs. The earlier the diagnosis for HIV the easier it is to prevent it from developing into AIDS. A weakened immune system results from having HIV so in order to combat that one must have a healthy lifestyle in terms of remaining free of illness. By taking the medication as prescribed one can live a long life.

Who should get the HIV RNA Early Detection Test?

The populations of people in certain demographics who have the highest risk for becoming infected with HIV would be young adults between 13 to 29 years of age, those living in disadvantaged areas, drug abusers, and gay and bisexual individuals. People using intravenous drugs and share needles are at high risk as well as those engaging in unprotected sex. All of these people should be tested for HIV at least once a year.

In order to be tested for syphilis is a blood or urine sample used?

A small amount of blood is drawn for testing by our lab technician in our testing center.

What preparations do I need to make to be ready for the test?

Fasting is not required and nothing else in particular is needed to prepare for the test.

When is the best time to be tested for syphilis?

The best time frame for taking this test for syphilis is from 3 to 6 weeks after possible exposure. If the test results are positive it is recommended that the patient be tested again 3 months after treatment has ended, just to make sure it’s completely out of the bloodstream.

When I get the results back what will they say?

The test result will come back either positive, reactive or if it’s negative, non-reactive. If the result is negative then no traces of syphilis were detected in your system. If the result comes back positive then you may have syphilis, but unless a TPA confirmation test is done it won’t be confirmed. The TPA test is able to differentiate syphilis from other possible medical conditions.

What is the cure or treatment for syphilis?

Yes, syphilis is definitely curable and the treatment is a course of antibiotics. If your test results are positive we have a physician on hand available to speak to you by phone about the results at no additional cost to you.

Who should be tested for syphilis?

Anyone who is sexually active is at risk for syphilis. This infection is very contagious yet secretive. It can lie dormant in your body for many years and because no symptoms are present you would never know it. The best way to find out if you have syphilis is to be tested. This should be a routine part of any STD screening ritual. Those having unprotected sex are always at higher risk as well as those unable to verify their partner’s status.

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