STD screening and treatment

STD screening and treatment- Sexual health is part of general health and we promote sex positive practices and healthy sex lives for all patients.  We have an on-site laboratory which accepts some insurances and offers discounted cash pricing for direct pay patients. In many cases we can offer screening and treatment even to those without insurance.

Commonly Asked Questions

What types of Sexually Transmitted Diseases do you screen for?

We offer comprehensive STD screening packages, which care tailored based on the type and severity of the STD symptoms, the risk of sexual exposure and a variety of sexual activities. STD screening requires different sample sites depending on the STD screened. We provide STD blood tests, urine analysis as well as topical swab tests from the skin or mucous membranes.

We screen for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C, Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1 and 2, Chlamydia,  Gonorrhoea, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, Trichomonas, Gardnerella and Candida. We also offer next-day screening for some STDs – please enquire more by calling in.

 

I am not sure if I have an STD. What are the signs and symptoms of an STD?

As there are many different types of STDs, the signs and symptoms can be varied. However, here are some common ones:

  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • Cloudy discharge from the urethra
  • Fever/Chills/Rigors
  • Malaise/Lethargy
  • Visible sores
  • Loose stools
  • Generalized Skin Rash
  • Painful Sex
  • Bleeding from the vagina outside of the period
  • Severe Itching of the genitals

Same day appointments available + evening appointments available every Tuesday.

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Appointment Request

This is ONLY an appointment request. A staff member will contact you within 24-48 hours to confirm your appointment date and time. Thank you!

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A Message from Dr. Jones

Shorter days and cooler temps remind us that we’ve reached the fall season. This also means open enrollment time for many health insurances include Medicare.  Now is the time to review your benefits and make decisions about your coverage plan for next year. 

If you have any concerns about access to providers in your insurance network, coverage for your medications or even deductibles and co-pays, consider contacting your insurance carrier and discussing these features of your current insurance plan. You can use this information to help make your insurance plan choices for next year. 

Remember, paying lower deductibles and copays might result in more restrictions on benefits. 

Take care.  Dr. J”