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This test screens for gonorrhea and chlamydia, common STDs that can infect the genitals, rectum, and throat. You may or may not have any symptoms. If left untreated, these STDs can lead to serious complications like infertility and ectopic pregnancy. Gonorrhea and chlamydia may be cured in almost al
This test screens for exposure to herpes, an STD that can cause painful sores around the mouth or genitals. The test checks for both types of herpes: herpes type-1 most often causes oral herpes and herpes type-2 most often causes genital herpes, although herpes type-1 is responsible for an increasin
This test screens for HIV, an STD that can lead to AIDS if not treated. HIV is a virus that weakens your immune system by destroying important cells that fight disease and infection. If you’re sexually active, it’s important to know your HIV status so you don’t infect others. There is no cure
This test screens for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and HIV. If you’re sexually active and have unprotected sex, it’s important to screen for STDs so you can stay informed about your sexual health. For more information, please see the descriptions of the individual tests. This test does not
If you’re sexually active, it’s important to screen for STDs so you can stay informed about your sexual health. This panel includes tests for trichomonas, which is a curable parasitic infection, and hepatitis B and C, which are viral infections spread through vaginal secretions, saliva, and seme
If you’re sexually active, it’s important to screen for STDs so you can stay informed about your sexual health. It’s important to screen for these STDs because you may be infected, but have no symptoms, and may be at risk for infecting your developing baby. For more information, please see the
This test screens for syphilis, an infection that leads to sores, rashes, and lesions on your body. If left untreated, it can spread to the brain and nervous system (neurosyphilis) or the eyes (ocular syphilis), potentially leading to blindness. Fortunately, syphilis can be cured with treatment.