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About Our Comprehensive STD Panel
Note: Fasting is not required for this test.
Our comprehensive STD testing panel is our most popular test panel. The panel includes both blood and urine tests for the ten most common STDs. This includes both viral and bacterial STDs. Many of the below STDs often do not show any signs or symptoms of infection. This 10-test panel is the easiest and most affordable way to provide yourself with peace of mind if you think you may have contracted an STD.
The comprehensive panel includes the following tests:
HIV (Type 1 and type 2) – We use a blood test via 4th generation DUO Antigen/Antibody that detects both strain 1 and strain 2 of HIV. The test will determine if both HIV antibodies and HIV antigens are present in the blood.
Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (HSV-1) – Commonly known as “oral herpes,” our type-specific herpes test is FDA-cleared via Herpes Type Specific IgG Antibody testing.
Herpes Simplex Virus 2 (HSV-2) – Typically called “genital herpes,” the Herpes Type Specific IgG Antibody test will differentiate between herpes simplex 1 and herpes simplex 2 antibodies.
Chlamydia Test – We detect the presence of Chlamydia Trachomatis bacteria via a urine test.
Gonorrhea Test – Also called “the clap,” our gonorrhea test is a urine test that detects the presence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria.
Hepatitis A – An IgM blood test that detects the presence of Hep A antibodies
Hepatitis B – Our Hep B blood test detects the presence of hepatitis B antigens
Hepatitis C – Blood test that detects the presence of the hepatitis C antibodies.
Syphilis RPR test – The RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) blood tests looks for antibodies that the body’s immune system creates to fight off a syphilis infection.
The recommended minimum window period for these STDs using our test methods are as follows:
- HIV 1 & 2 Antibody Testing - 1-3 months after potential exposure. (Note: The RNA Test can detect as soon as 9-11 days after potential exposure).
- Herpes Type 1 & Herpes Type 2 Testing - 4-6 weeks after potential exposure.
- Chlamydia Test - 1-5 days after potential exposure.
- Gonorrhea Test - 2-6 days after potential exposure.
- Hepatitis A Test - 2-7 weeks after potential exposure; the hepatitis A virus averages a 28-day incubation period.
- Hepatitis B Test - 6 weeks after 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 after potential exposure.
- Syphilis - 3-6 weeks after potential exposure.
Medically Reviewed by2019-03-13 - Written by HealthLabs Editorial Team.