Gonorrhea Testing

Fast and painless gonorrhea testing for your convenience.

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What is Gonorrhea Testing?

Gonorrhea tests are used to identify the STD of the same name. They are usually performed at a healthcare clinic or at a healthcare provider’s facility, although there are some at-home options available. However, this process of scheduling usually involves calling and verbally asking for a gonorrhea test, and undergoing uncomfortable testing methods.

At Priority STD Testing, you can get tested for gonorrhea comfortably and discreetly. When you schedule your test through Priority STD, you’ll enjoy the privacy of scheduling online and non-invasive tests. No painful swabbing! Just a quick and simple urine test.

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How Gonorrhea Testing Works

A gonorrhea test usually consists of a urine test, but in some cases could require swabbing of the urethra in men and the cervix in women to confirm the presence of the infection.1

We know that you’re already uncomfortable enough, which is why all of our STD tests are non-invasive. Just a simple urine test is required!

Once your test is performed, you’ll receive test results in just 24-72 hours. If you test positive, you are provided with all of the information and support resources you need to start treatment.

Verified STD testing provider by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 12/01/2020.
Recognized member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) since 2015.
Named best STD test provider by Healthline on 03/24/2021.

How to Order Gonorrhea Testing

Although gonorrhea is treatable, a possible diagnosis can be scary. This is why Priority STD makes it simple for you to get tested without the hurdles.

Using our easy-to-use online schedule platform, set up a test at a local private collection facility and get results within 72 hours. All that’s needed is a simple urine test—no swabbing required! After your test, we don’t leave you high and dry. Our care counselors are available at any time to give you the resources and support you need.

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Our Tests are FDA Approved and Performed in CLIA Certified Labs

Yes! Your lab order can be used at either Alexandria testing center, or at any Priority STD Testing center throughout Virginia. If you need to get tested in a different state after you’ve already placed an order, simply contact a care counselor.

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.

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.

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.

Sources

  1. Staff, Healthwise. 2021. “Gonorrhea Test”. Cham.Org. https://www.cham.org/HealthwiseArticle.aspx?id=hw4905.
  2. “Detailed STD Facts – Gonorrhea”. 2021. Cdc.Gov. https://www.cdc.gov/std/gonorrhea/stdfact-gonorrhea-detailed.htm.
  3. “Basic Information About ARG – STD Information From CDC”. 2021. Cdc.Gov. https://www.cdc.gov/std/gonorrhea/arg/basic.htm.
Reviewed on September 21, 2021