Comprehensive STD Panel with Early HIV Detection
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About Our Comprehensive STD Panel with Early HIV Detection
Note: Fasting is not required for this test.
Our Comprehensive STD Panel tests for 10 STDs, and includes our Early Detection HIV (RNA) test:
- HIV Type 1 via Early Detection RNA testing - A blood test that detects the HIV virus's own genetic material in the blood rather than waiting for the body's immune system to create enough antibodies to the virus to become detected. This allows sooner detection of the virus if it is present. Can detect HIV as early as 9-11 days post-exposure.
- 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 IgG Antibody testing - We use FDA-cleared 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 testing - 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.
Standard HIV tests measure the levels of the antibodies that fight HIV, whereas RNA-based tests detect the virus itself in the blood. Typically, 1 to 3 weeks after the initial infection, there is enough viral material to yield a positive result.
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.