10 Panel STD Test
Skip the hassle of multiple office visits and get tested for the most common STDs with a single 10 panel STD test.Get Tested Now
The 10 Panel Test is a comprehensive screening for the most common bacterial and viral STDs in the nation. We’ve streamlined the testing process to three simple steps: schedule your test online or by phone, visit the lab, and get results online privately in as little as 24-72 hours. Our CLIA certified locations are confidential, convenient, and professional. What this means to you is no embarrassing free clinics, lengthy wait times, or inaccurate testing methods, so you can be confident knowing your results are comprehensive and accurate.
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
Purchase your lab order privately online or over the phone. The process is simple, quick, and secure. Our care counselors are available to answer any questions you may have or help schedule testing.
Get tested same day at any of our 4,000 private locations, no appointment is needed after ordering. Our collection facilities are discreet, no other patients will know the reason for your visit.
Test results are processed in typically 24-72 hours. You can access your results online through a secure patient login, or by calling one of our care counselors. Treatment options are available as well.
How 10 Panel STD Testing Works
This full STD panel offers FDA-approved blood and urine testing for the most common STDs among sexually active individuals. The following are included in this panel and tested in CLIA-certified labs.
- HIV Type 1 (Antibody & Antigen)
- HIV Type 2 (Antibody)
- Herpes 1
- Herpes 2
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis C
No one likes to guess when it comes to their sexual health, and the ambiguous nature of STDs doesn’t help. If you’re unsure if or which you may have, a 10 panel STD test will help cover all your bases. Just in case!
Why Order 10 Panel STD Testing
Most STIs are asymptomatic and comorbidity is not uncommon.1 While you might test negative for chlamydia, you could have gonorrhea. STDs can also have similar symptoms. These factors can make it difficult to pinpoint exactly what’s wrong without getting tested.
Instead of just taking one test and hoping for the best, you can get concrete results with a 10 panel STD test. The panel is quick, private and affordable. This way, you can avoid those sleepless nights filled with what-ifs.
When to Get Tested
Many STDs will show up on test results after 2 or 3 weeks from initial exposure, while others can take months. Your risk level should also be considered and can have an impact on how often you should get tested. For example, those who share needles need to get tested for HIV once a year.2
Before ordering through Priority STD, you can get customized assistance from experienced care counselors at every step. For questions about when to get tested, reach out to us through chat or over the phone!
While testing for so many STDs at once can seem overwhelming, many STIs are curable.3 This is especially true if the infection is caught early. Bacterial STIs are typically cured with antibiotics, and those that cannot be cured can still be managed with other treatments such as antivirals.
But don’t worry, our care counselors are happy to suggest next steps to help you get the treatment you need. We even offer elective treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis!
We’re here to guarantee the smoothest testing experience possible. Help from a professional care counselor is available every step of the way, so no question will go unanswered. And just in case your friends or family get nosy, any charges will show as a non-assuming “SFHT” on any bank statement. Stop guessing and take control of your sexual health today with our 10 panel STD test!
Do you take walk-ins?
To get same day testing, simply purchase your lab order either online from our website or over the phone with one of our care counselors. Once your order has been placed, you can get tested immediately at any of our local and discreet collection facilities without an appointment. No other patients at the testing center will know your reason for visiting other than to give a routine urine and blood sample.
How do I get my test results?
Your test results are accessible through a secure login unique to your order, updated 24 hours a day including partial results. Once your final results are available, you'll be notified by email discreetly. Test results are expedited as a rush order and typically process just 24-72 hours after visiting the collection facility. If you have questions about your results or require a treatment consult, our care counselors are just a phone call away. Nothing will ever be sent to your home or healthcare provider to respect your privacy.
Are my results confidential?
Our process is 100% confidential and HIPAA compliant. Your lab order and results will never be disclosed to your healthcare provider or personal doctor. All personally identifiable information is kept secure and encrypted while ordering your test and getting your results online or by phone. We are in compliance with all state and federal regulations governing the reporting of positive test results to ensure you are not contacted in the event of a reactive test.
Do you offer treatment?
We offer treatment options for patients who test positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis. If you receive a positive result, simply call and speak with a care counselor to schedule a phone consult with a physician. Medication can be called into your local pharmacy, and no office visit is needed. We are partnered with physicians at PWNHealth so treatment can be prescribed if appropriate in all states. You must have a positive result before treatment can be authorized. The physician consult fee is $65.
- “Sexually transmitted disease (STD) symptoms.” Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, April 30, 2020. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/sexually-transmitted-diseases-stds/in-depth/std-symptoms/art-20047081
- “Which STD Tests Should I Get?.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, July 22, 2021. https://www.cdc.gov/std/prevention/screeningreccs.htm
- “Sexually transmitted infections (STIs).” Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, June 14, 2019. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/sexually-transmitted-infections-(stis)