Free STD Testing
Free STD testing might seem too good to be true, and in most cases, it is. What you have to sacrifice to get free STD testing might not prove to be worth it.Get Tested Now
You get what you pay for.
When searching for free STD testing online, you will notice that there is an array of options available to you. If you’re already concerned about painful and alarming symptoms or risky contact, you don’t want to spend any additional time stressing about how you’re going to pay for whatever comes next.
While free STD testing can seem incredibly appealing, those options do not always provide the best experience and may not even be the best choice for your health. You spend hours in a clinic, only to wait weeks for results, all to be misdiagnosed by inaccurate testing methods? With free STD testing, you get what you pay for. You deserve better.
We understand that affordability matters, but affordability shouldn’t come at the cost of your health and well-being. When you’re worried that you’ve contracted an STD, you deserve an experience that puts you on the road to recovery, while preserving your dignity in the process.
Our goal is to restore your peace of mind by giving you an experience that is fast, easy and completely anonymous. We also guarantee the most accurate results possible, so you can feel confident in whatever results you receive.
While locations for free STD testing can be few and far between, Priority has a number of convenient locations located across the US, so you never have to travel far to get to your nearest testing location. Because when you’re already stressed about the possibility of having an STD, you don’t want to drive half-way across the state just to get tested. You want something close and accessible, so it works well for you and your schedule. At Priority STD Testing, it’s our goal to make the testing process as easy and convenient as possible, and that includes not having to go out of your way or travel a great distance to find easy, affordable and accessible testing.
With free STD testing, you’re usually on the schedule of the clinic providing the testing. Sometimes clinics are only open a handful of days in the week, and even then, they may have limited hours. When you’re experiencing the worry of having an STD, you want to get tested as soon as possible. Priority STD Testing centers offer hours that are convenient for you, so you’re not stressing any longer than absolutely necessary, and the process of scheduling an appointment couldn’t be easier. You can schedule an appointment online 24/7, so you can make time to go to a testing center the minute you decide to get tested. Our testing centers have convenient hours throughout the week, including Saturdays, so you can schedule your appointment for a time that works best for you.
With free STD testing usually comes longer waits. Because testing centers that offer free testing are usually so busy, you’re going to deal with longer waits, and that’s not just the time you’ll spend waiting inside the clinic, which can be hours at a time. In addition to the time you’ll spend waiting at a clinic, it could also take you days just to get an appointment at a free testing center, if they even take appointments. Not to mention the weeks you can wait trying to get your test results back. When you think you have an STD, uncomfortable symptoms and all, you don’t want to wait days to get tested; you want to get tested as soon as possible. You want to get in, get out, fill your prescription and get on with your life.
In addition to being easy to schedule and convenient to locate, appointments with a Priority STD Testing center are fast. While many free STD testing services can take as long as two to three hours just to see a doctor or a nurse, the average visit time with Priority is just 10 to 15 minutes from the time you walk in the door until you are finished and on your way. We only keep you as long as it takes to test you and not a minute longer.
No Painful Swabs
Older STD tests often rely on painful swab collection, and free STD testing centers can often rely on these tests because they’re often more affordable, which saves them money, so that they can continue to offer free or low cost STD testing. Unfortunately for you and other patients, swab collection tests can be painful. Fortunately, all of the tests used by Priority STD Testing require only a simple blood draw or urine sample. There is no painful swabbing and no long, drawn out appointment process. Save yourself the discomfort of a painful swab test by visiting a Priority STD Testing center instead.
Fast and Accurate Results
When you’re burdened with the anxiety of possibly having an STD, every second between getting tested and learning your results matters! The best part about testing with Priority STD testing is your results will be available to you much faster than other testing centers, especially free testing centers. While free STD testing can take one to two weeks for results, at Priority STD Testing, results are available just 24-72 hours after your appointment. By going to Priority STD Testing, you’re saving yourself possibly weeks of time you’d spend waiting on a free clinic.
You can also be sure that the tests and results from Priority STD Testing are the most accurate available, which is not always the case at free STD testing centers. Clinics that offer free STD testing often have to rely on tests that are cheaper and older, which can sometimes be more inaccurate than newer tests.. Though cheapness and accuracy do not always go hand-in-hand, Priority STD Testing always utilizes the newest and best testing options on the market to ensure you get the clearest results. We guarantee the highest level of accuracy, so you can feel confident in your testing and status.
While our testing centers offer treatments for a variety of illnesses, free STD testing clinics frequently test for one thing: STDs. It can be embarrassing enough to talk to your own doctor about STDs, let alone be seen in public in an STD clinic. At Priority STD Testing, your experience is completely private, so you can get tested without any unnecessary stress.
No Uncomfortable Face-to-Face Conversations
While going to your doctor or a free clinic can involve an uncomfortable conversation about STDs, how you may have been exposed, and other uncomfortable questions about your sexual activity, at Priority STD Testing centers, you’re only in the building for as long as it takes to give a simple blood or urine sample. The person taking your sample won’t know what you’re being tested for, so they won’t be asking about your sexual history or activity. The only person who will ever ask about your symptoms or address any questions you have will be a member of the Priority STD Testing team, either online or over the phone, and only if you want to ask questions or need help deciding what kind of testing to get. Not only does this save you time, it saves you the embarrassment of discussing sensitive issues face to face with someone, whether that’s your doctor or a stranger.
Free is Not Always Free
It seems counterintuitive: how can free STD testing cost money? However confusing the idea might be, this is frequently the case. While clinics might advertise that testing can be “free,” these tests are often actually on a sliding-scale, based on your income. So while testing may be free for some people, it may not be free for everyone. So if you’re already going to pay for STD testing, why not choose Priority STD testing, where you can have the best testing experience possible, and still at an affordable price?
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.