FAQs

If you have any additional questions that are not addressed in this FAQ section, please do not hesitate to call us at 1-888-211-2365. Our care counselors are always available to help answer any questions you may have regarding your testing, your treatments options, and your health.

What is an STD/STI?

STD is an acronym for Sexually Transmitted Disease. It is also commonly referred to as an STI, or Sexually Transmitted Infection. STDs can be contracted and transferred from person to person during any sexual intercourse, including vaginal, anal, and oral intercourse.

Who should be tested?

Nobody is immune to contracting an STD, so if you are sexually active, it is very important that you be tested. Not all STDs produce symptoms, so you could be a carrier and not show any signs of it. If you are sexually active, call us today at 1-888-211-2365 to begin your testing process today and avoid any future complication.

Are symptoms the same for all STDs?

No, there are a broad range of symptoms for various STDs. Some are even asymptomatic, meaning they show no symptoms, while others will produce symptoms in as early as a few weeks after contraction. Asymptomatic STDs are still able to be transferred to other people and can cause problems later. Even more, you may miss the treatment window and have a harder time dealing with that STD in the future. Some common symptoms are body sores, a burning sensation while urinating, discharge from the penis or vagina, and darker than normal urine. If you are sexually active, get tested to make sure you are not a carrier and gain some peace of min

Can I get an STD from oral intercourse?

Yes, STD transmission is not limited to vaginal sex. It can be transferred from oral, anal, and vaginal intercourse.

What type of sample does the test require?

The fluid sample required varies for each STD. For some, it is a urine sample. These STDs include chlamydia and gonorrhea. A blood test is required to determine if other STDs are present in the body. These include Hepatitis B/Hepatitis C, herpes, HIV, and syphilis. No matter the type of sample required, the testing procedure is quick and simple for you.

Are there local testing facilities?

We offer testing facilities nationwide, so there is always a convenient place for you to be tested. All you have to do is use our locator to find a list of facilities close to you.

Are my results confidential?

Priority STD Testing prides itself on the well-being of our patients. Because of this, your results are always 100% confidential, and you will always be treated professionally during every step of the testing process.

How do I know what type of test I should take?

If at any point you need assistance, call us at 1-888-211-2365 and one of our care counselors will assist you with any questions you may have regarding your testing options. We offer both customized tests and comprehensive panels, so you know you will always have the best option for your situation. We also offer a test recommender if you are unsure of which test is right for you.

How long does testing take and do I need to make an appointment?

Testing is extremely quick, taking only 5 minutes of your time. There is no appointment necessary, so you just need to locate your local testing facility and order your test before you go there. We make it as quick and simple as possible for you.

What happens after my test is complete?

After you have been tested, your results begin to process within 24-72 hours. All you have to do is call us at
1-888-211-2365 to receive your results. Should any of your tests come back positive, our care counselors are there to assist you with any questions you may have. Should a positive result be discovered, one of our physicians can call a prescription into any pharmacy in the nation for a consultation fee.

*NOTE* We are currently unable to provide treatment to patients in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Vermont.