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About Our Comprehensive STD Test Panel
Note: Fasting is not required for this test.
The Comprehensive STD Test Panel includes tests for the following 10 common sexually transmitted diseases, and requires a blood and urine sample.
- HIV Type 1 and 2 via 4th Generation Duo Antigen/Antibody test - A blood test that detects strain 1 and strain 2 of the HIV virus by determining if both HIV antibodies and HIV antigens are present.
- Herpes Type 1 and Herpes Type 2 via Herpes Type Specific Immunoblot by ELISA/IFA testing - We use FDA-approved type-specific herpes tests that search for antibodies to each strain of the herpes virus. These individual tests can differentiate between HSV-1 (typically oral herpes) and HSV-2 (typically genital herpes).
- Chlamydia test - A urine test that detects the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria.
- Gonorrhea test - A urine test that detects the presence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria.
- Hepatitis A Virus Antibody, IgM test - This blood test detects hepatitis A antibodies.
- Hepatitis B Virus Surface Antigen test - Our FDA-approved hepatitis B blood test detects acute hepatitis B infections, and can also be used to help diagnose chronic hepatitis B infections.
- Hepatitis C Virus Antibody test - This blood test detects antibodies to the hepatitis C virus.
- Syphilis RPR test - Our Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis blood test looks for antibodies created by the immune system to fight a syphilis infection.
The recommended minimum window period for these STDs using our test methods, are as follows:
- HIV RNA Test - 9-11 days post potential exposure.
- HIV 1 & 2 Antibody Testing - 1-3 months post potential exposure.
- Herpes Type 1 & Herpes Type 2 Testing - 4-6 weeks post potential exposure.
- Chlamydia Test - 1-5 days post potential exposure.
- Gonorrhea Test - 2-6 days post potential exposure.
- Hepatitis A Test - 2-7 weeks post potential exposure; the hepatitis A virus averages a 28-day incubation period.
- Hepatitis B Test - 6 weeks post potential exposure; hepatitis B can occasionally be detected as early as 3 weeks post-exposure, however for the most accurate results, we recommend getting tested after 6 weeks.
- Hepatitis C Test - 8-9 weeks post potential exposure.
- Syphilis - 3-6 weeks post potential exposure.