STD Testing at Absolute Urgent Care
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are common infections that can spread through sexual contact. Many STDs have no symptoms, so it’s important to get tested regularly, even if you’re not feeling sick. Absolute Urgent Care offers confidential STD testing for a wide range of infections, including Gonorrhea, Hepatitis, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Crabs, Herpes,and HIV/AIDs.
Early detection and treatment of STDs are important to prevent serious health complications, such as infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease, and cancer. STDs can also be spread to others, so it’s important to get tested and treated to protect your partners and yourself.
STD Symptoms to Look for
- Unusual discharge from the penis, vagina, or rectum
- Pain or burning when urinating
- Sores, bumps, or blisters on the genitals, mouth, or rectum
- Itching or irritation in the genital area
- Rash on the body
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Pain during sex
STD Symptoms for Men
- Unusual discharge from the penis: This can be clear, white, yellow, or green. It may be thick or thin and may have a foul odor.
- Pain or burning when urinating: This can be a sign of an infection in the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body).
- Sores, bumps, or blisters on the penis: These can be caused by a variety of STDs, including herpes, syphilis, and chancroid.
- Itching or irritation in the genital area: This can be a sign of an infection or irritation.
- Swelling in the testicles: This can be a sign of an infection in the testicles or epididymis (the tube that carries sperm from the testicles).
- Fever: This can be a sign of infection.
- Rash on the body: This can be a sign of a number of STDs, including syphilis, HIV, and gonorrhea.
STD Symptoms for Women
- Pain during sex: This can be a sign of an infection or inflammation.
- Spotting or bleeding between periods: This can be a sign of STD infection or inflammation.
- Lower abdominal pain: This can be a sign of an infection or inflammation.
Women can also encounter unusual discharge, itching, pain or burn when urinating and sores, bumps or blisters.
Our Medical Services
Our STD Testing
Our clinic provides confidential STD testing and accurate diagnosis to determine the presence of sexually transmitted infections.
We offer comprehensive treatment plans tailored to the specific STD diagnosis, ensuring effective management and care for your condition.
Our team can assist with partner notification and testing to prevent the further spread of STDs, promoting responsible sexual health practices.
We provide counseling and educational resources to help patients better understand STDs, reduce risk factors, and make informed choices regarding their sexual health.
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Empower Yourself with STD Testing Knowledge
There are a few ways to get tested for an STD. You can go to your doctor’s office, a STD testing clinic, or an urgent care center. Most STDs can be tested with a urine sample, blood sample, or swab of the cervix, vagina, or penis. The type of test you need will depend on the STD you’re being tested for.
Yes, STDs can be prevented. The best way to prevent STDs is to use condoms or other barrier methods during sexual contact. You can also reduce your risk of getting an STD by limiting your number of sexual partners and getting vaccinated against HPV and hepatitis B.
STDs are spread through sexual contact. This includes vaginal sex, anal sex, and oral sex. STDs can also be spread through sharing needles or other drug paraphernalia.