Quick & Confidential STD Screening

Individuals aged 13 to 64 are required to have at least one HIV test.
Every sexually active woman under 25 should have a yearly gonorrhea and chlamydia screening; women over 25 should get a yearly gonorrhea and chlamydia test since they are more likely to get an STD from having several partners.
Early in the pregnancy process, all expectant mothers should get tested for hepatitis B, HIV, and syphilis. Early in their pregnancy, women should get screening for gonorrhea and chlamydia since they are at risk. To safeguard the health of expectant mothers, tests should be repeated as necessary.

Every year, syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea screenings should be performed on all homosexual and bisexual males who are sexually active. A minimum of once every three to six months, those who have several or anonymous partners should be tested.
HIV testing should be done at least once a year on anybody who shares injecting equipment or engages in unprotected sexual activity.
Our board-certified medical professionals will talk with you about your health and offer advice on healthy choices and preventative care.

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