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Spread the word, not the STD.
The spread of STDs and STIs is at an epidemic proportion. Most STDs and STIs have no visible symptoms or signs so many people spread the disease without even knowing it. Unfortunately even when people find out, they are too embarrassed to tell their partners, so the cycle continues. The only way to find out if you have an STD is to just get tested. One way to stop the spread of STDs is to spread the word. Tell partners if you've exposed them to an infection. Tell friends to just get tested. Spread the word.

What you don't know could hurt you (and others)
Nobody wants to spread diseases or infections. Yet, many people are hesitant to get tested when they've been exposed to STDs or STIs. They think that what they don't know won't hurt them, but they're wrong. Not only does not knowing delay treatment, chances are, infected people will share their diseases and infections with new partners.  Infections such as Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis can be easily treated with antibiotics. Some of the more chronic and acute diseases such as genital herpes, hepatitis A,B, and C and HIV can be better managed with knowledge. Not knowing may not only hurt you, it could kill you or someone you love.

Comprehensive STD vs. Recent Exposure - which is the right one for you?
Choosing the right STD test is simply a matter of having a good idea of when you were exposed. Your body produces antibodies after 28 days of exposure. Testing with an HIV 1/2 Antibody test is useless before 28 days and can lead to a false sense of security. If you believe you've been exposed to HIV within the last 28 days, you may want to consider a recent exposure STD test instead (Order Now!).

  • HIV by PCR - can detect the presence of HIV at 28 days or more of exposure - long before symptoms occur.HIV leads to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) but early medication intervention allows many people to live a long life with HIV without complications from AIDS.
  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea - usually have no symptoms or very subtle signs, so a blood test is the only way to find out for sure.
  • Syphilis - is just about as old as sex and is familiar to most people. But knowing about it doesn't stop the spread. Knowing you have it leads to treatment and helps stop the spread to others.
  • Hepatitis B and C - liver damage from hepatitis B and C can lead to eventual death if not treated. Don't take a chance, get tested.
  • Genital herpes - is one of the fastest growing STDs. The only way to stop the epidemic growth is to get tested and take precautions.

  • HIV Antibody - can detect the presence of antibodies produced by the body as a result of an HIV infection. It can take three weeks or more for the body to develop HIV antibodies, so this test must be conducted after 28 days of exposure in order to be effective. The detection of HIV antibodies indicates that the person has HIV. No antibodies may indicate that the person is not infected, but may not be completely conclusive. It is possible that the body has not yet developed HIV antibodies. Therefore anyone who believes they have been exposed to HIV should be retested three to six months later to see if antibodies are present. HIV leads to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). HIV weakens the immune system making the individual with HIV more susceptible to diseases such as TB, pneumonia and other diseases. Early detection of HIV allows medication intervention which anc lead to  a long life with HIV without complications from AIDS.
  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea - are the two most common STDs/STIs in the United States. Although often they have no symptoms, left untreated, they can cause pelvic inflammatory diseases which can lead to infertility or ectopic pregnancies.
  • Syphilis - can lead to brain, heart and bone damage and may not show symptoms or signs for years. Syphilis symptoms include an outbreak of a sore or chancre and can lead to a rash in the genital or rectum area causing burning or itching.
  • Hepatitis B and C - loss of appetite, weakness, fatigue and jaundice are the most common signs of hepatitis disorders. Hepatitis can lead to severe liver damage and may require a liver transplant.
  • Genital herpes - can spread even if there is no outbreak and if you are using protection.

All articles have been researched and written by a non-medical professional writer, Colleen Reynolds, APR, and approved by Medical Director, Edward Salko, Jr., D.O.

All content has been updated as of 3/23/2011.

Comprehensive and Recent Exposure STD Tests

If you have ever had sex with someone who has ever had sex with someone who has not been tested, chances for contracting a sexually transmitted disease or infection (STD/STI) are great. Why not get tested? Some may think exposure was so long ago that surely there would be symptoms by now. Some assume their partner has always been faithful. Many think that if they had an STD or STI they would know. But what if they don't? We offer a comprehensive STD test for longer term exposure or a recent exposure STD test that can detect certain STDs at 28 days.

Our comprehensive STD profile tests for exposure to a wide variety of STDs and establishes a baseline for determining your sexual health. Previous exposure to HIV, hepatitis, syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea or genital herpes will be detected by this profile.

Our recent exposure STD profile includes highly sensitive tests that detect the early presence of sexually transmitted diseases. This test is designed for Individuals leading a high risk lifestyle or having sexual relations with a high risk individual. This profile tests for recent exposure to HIV, hepatitis, syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea and genital herpes.


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