STD Testing & Treatment


Confidential Std Testing is Easy with Virtual Sexual Health Clinic

Telehealth for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is a suitable choice for those who prefer discussing sexual health in the privacy of their homes. However, it should be used thoughtfully and often necessitates in-person testing. For confidential std testing and telehealth consultation, you can depend on our team.

When To Consider Our STI Treatment Clinic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has spotlighted telehealth as a convenient alternative to in-person care. It is effective when resources allow, reducing travel time and costs. For STI care, telehealth has its place.

While it’s not ideal for diagnosis, it is a good option in follow-up, partner notification, and treatment, particularly when combined with scheduled laboratory testing. Our STI treatment clinic is a valuable tool for educating patients about preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV and initiating new medication regimens. Research shows good patient compliance with recommended laboratory testing for STI care through telehealth.

Benefits of Telehealth for Std Testing and Treatment

Telehealth offers various advantages for Std Testing and Treatment. Many individuals find it less intimidating to seek sexual health information online than to discuss it with their primary care provider. This growing interest in online and telehealth interventions for sexual health provides a platform for open conversations with our sexual health experts. It fosters a comfortable environment for discussing potentially stigmatized aspects of one’s sexual problems.

Additionally, the virtual sexual health clinic connects individuals with experts in sexual health care, particularly for sexual and gender minorities who may lack local access.

How Can I Determine if I Have an STI?

STDs/STIs may not always show symptoms. So getting tested is important. If you have engaged in vaginal, anal, or oral sex, it is important to talk about private std testing with our healthcare provider.

Consider getting tested if you:

  • Had a new sexual partner since your last test.
  • Engaged in unprotected sex.
  • Suspect your partner may have an STD.
  • Experience symptoms, although it’s important to note that STDs can be asymptomatic.

If you’re worried about STDs or have symptoms like BV, we can help. We will arrange lab tests for you. If needed, we can provide treatments based on the results. Your health is important to us. We are here to assist you with any health concerns.

Our patients will be sent to Quest Diagnostics for sample collection. On receipt of reports, our healthcare expert can provide the required advice and treatment for the patient.

Types of STD Testing and Treatment

STD Testing Services

Comprehensive testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV, gonorrhea, and syphilis. Tests are often confidential and accessible online for privacy.

Genital Herpes Testing

Specific tests to detect the herpes virus, aiding in diagnosis and treatment planning for individuals experiencing symptoms or concerned about potential exposure.

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Screening

Targeted testing for two common bacterial infections. Early detection is crucial for prompt treatment, preventing complications, and reducing the risk of transmission.

HIV Testing and Counseling

Confidential testing for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), often accompanied by counseling services to provide support, and guidance for individuals undergoing testing.

Syphilis Testing and Treatment

Tests to detect the syphilis bacterium, with subsequent treatment options available if positive. Early diagnosis and treatment are vital to managing and curing syphilis infections.

Comprehensive STD Treatment Services

A range of treatment options for various sexually transmitted infections, with healthcare professionals guiding individuals through the process to ensure effective and personalized care.



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STD Testing & Treatment - Frequently Asked Questions

No, Pap smears are for cervical cancer screening, not STIs.

No, unless symptoms indicate otherwise.

Results typically arrive in 5 to 10 days.

If sexually active, get tested at least annually, even in monogamous relationships. With multiple partners, test before new encounters or within 10 days after the encounter.

STI tests may check for gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, or syphilis. If you lack symptoms, testing involves a urine and/or blood sample.