Our lab-quality STD testing is confidential & free of charge.
Sexually transmitted disease (STD) is a common result of having multiple sexual partners – or even one partner, if he or she is infected.
Any form of sex (oral, vaginal, anal), as well as intimate skin to skin contact, can spread STDs, even if you are using contraception. People who have had an STD and have been treated can get infected again if they have sexual contact with an infected person.
STDs at a glance
|STD||How it is passed||Common symptoms||When symptoms show up||When to test||Tests||Treatment|
|Chlamidia (CT)||Semen, vaginal fluids, rectal fluids||
||2-3 weeks up to 6 weeks (but often no symptoms)||Most results accurate after 2 weeks||Urine or swab||Cured with antibiotics|
|Gonorrhea (GC)||Semen, vaginal fluids, rectal fluids||
(but often no symptoms)
|Most results accurate after 7 days||Urine or swab||Cured with antibiotics|
Sexually transmitted infection and disease is a growing problem, but it’s one you can avoid. It’s important to know the facts about STDs so that you can avoid the associated health risk and emotional stress.
A Few Facts:
- There are more than 25 different sexually transmissible bacteria, viruses and parasites.
- Some sexually transmitted infections exist without symptoms.
- According to the CDC and NIH, STDs are one of the main preventable causes of infertility, particularly in women.
First Choice Clinic wants to provide you with a healthy, safe option for eliminating (versus reducing) your risk of contracting an STD.