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  • How long does the STD screening process take?

    We have streamlined the process of getting checked and made it fast and easy for patients. Don't waste time in the waiting room of your doctor's office. We allow you to pick when and where you get checked. You can drop into any of our certified screening centers during business hours and be in and out in fifteen minutes. Not only is the process quick, but you'll be able to access your fast STD test results in just 48 to 72 hours or less.

  • Can I get the same STD more than once?

    Not only is the answer yes, but it is actually very easy to repeatedly contract a sexually transmitted disease. This can happen from not following proper treatment directions or from having sex with an infected partner following treatment. This is why it is so important for you and your sexual partners to get checked and treated in order to prevent reinfection following treatment.

  • What does a negative test result mean?

    A negative result signifies that there is no infection present.

  • What does a positive test result mean?

    A positive result signifies the presence of an infection.

  • What happens if I screen positive for an STD?

    If your results come back positive, don't worry. We will set you up with a member of our clinical staff for a free consultation (in certain states). They will explain your results, answer questions, and in some cases, may prescribe a treatment plan. They may also refer you to a specialist in your area if necessary.

  • What is involved with a reflex test?

    A reflex test is simply a second screening that is run on the same sample in order to confirm the results from the initial screening.

  • What is a value?

    A value is a number linked with your STD screening results. When used alongside a reference range, your value will be the indicator of whether or not your results are positive. If they fall within the negative reference range, then the results are negative, and if they fall within the positive range, they are positive.

  • What is a reference range?

    References ranges indicate which values are considered positive, negative, indeterminate, and equivocal.

  • My results came back 'equivocal'. What does this mean?

    An equivocal lab result means that the result does not strongly fall into either the positive or negative reference ranges & usually requires retesting.

  • When will I be provided with my consultation with a clinical staff?

    If you receive any positive STD screening results, you may speak with a doctor in as little as twenty-four hours. There is no additional charge for this medical consultation.

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