STD Testing

All You Need to Know

Sexually Transmitted Disease

What is an STD?

Anyone who has sex, no matter oral, anal, or vaginal can get STDs. Moreover, genital skin-to-skin contact of one person with another person can also result in sexually transmitted diseases. Remember, almost all people involved in sexual activities get one at some point in their life. Getting tested is the only way to know whether you or your partner has STD or not because STDs usually don’t have any symptoms. The testing or diagnosis process is very simple and painless. With proper medication, STDs can be treated or cured.

Although some STDs can lead to serious health risks while others are no big deal, proper treatment can help you stay healthy. For that reason, STD testing is the best way to keep yourself and your partner healthy at all times.

The Best Way To Help You Stay Safe – STD Testing


Several types of sexually transmitted diseases don’t show any symptoms until it’s too late. We are proud to provide STD testing services that can help you stay safe and have peace of mind. Getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases or infections is extremely important if you’re sexually active. Even if you’re sexually active with only one partner, consider STD testing for both of your well-being. Regular STD tests are highly recommended for those who are sexually active with more than one partner. Moreover, if anyone has had sex with a partner without a condom, getting tested is necessary.

What Happens Next?

As discussed earlier, most STDs are symptomless in the early stages. But if left untreated, it can lead to permanent health issues such as infertility. Unfortunately, you could spread disease or infection to your partner if you are left untreated.

Make sure to visit our medical care center as soon as possible in case you’re experiencing any of these common STD-related symptoms:

  • Sores
  • Burning during urination
  • Itching
  • Skin rash
  • Unusual discharge

STD Testing may involve one of these 4 different methods:

  • Urine specimen
  • Swab of area
  • Blood sample
  • Clinical diagnosis

The collected tests are sent to a lab for processing. Moreover, we remain open seven days a week for your convenience. Our professional team has all experience, tools, and expertise to ensure fast, reliable medical treatment.

Your privacy is always a top priority for us when it comes to sexual health. You can rest assured knowing that your sexual health information is completely secure and confidential with us.

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Davie Office
2237 South University Drive Davie FL

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10199 Cleary Blvd Plantation FL

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9 to 6 pm on Weekdays
9 to 5 pm on Saturdays
11 to 5 pm on Sundays

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