STD Testing Montgomery, AL
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At Health Testing Centers we make lab testing easy by allowing you to avoid the hassle of visiting your doctor. We provide consumer access to the same Montgomery, AL labs and FDA approved STD tests that your doctor utilizes. Thousands of lab tests available, including Doctor's oversight, from allergy to vitamin testing. STD test results are are not a part of your permanent medical record and are securely delivered to you, saving time and money.
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Reviewed By: Dr. Kurt Kloss, MD
Last Reviewed Date: Oct 04, 2019
Sexual Health Testing in Montgomery AL
At Health Testing Centers we make sexual health testing in Montgomery easy and convenient by allowing you to avoid the hassle and embarrassment of visiting your doctor. We provide direct access to the same CLIA approved labs in Montgomery, AL and FDA approved tests that your doctor would utilize. Also the results are delivered directly to you and are not a part of your permanent medical record.
STD Statistics in Montgomery
Montgomery, Alabama is an area where STDs have been an issue and have been reported more often. For several years in Montgomery, Alabama, the state was ranked highly in terms of chlamydia and gonorrhea infections. From 2007 to 2011, the number of chlamydia cases increased. Studies have shown that women are 2.9 times greater than men to contract chlamydia. Though the incidence of syphilis is low in Montgomery, Alabama, it is higher than some areas of the country. If you have syphilis, you will typically experience sores all over the surface of the skin during an outbreak. Using the Center for Disease Control's 2016 STD Surveillance Report for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis and extrapolated using the latest 2011 US Census, it is estimated that 15.8 incidents of syphilis, 1136.9 cases of chlamydia and 355.3 cases of gonorrhea, would be attributed to Montgomery in 2016.
Herpes cases are also a significant concern in Montgomery, Alabama and the female population have the largest number of incidences. People can avoid this disease with vaccinations, monogamy, or through celibacy. Herpes is characterized by itching, blister-like sores, and fever. The symptoms may last three to four weeks. The lowest incidence of disease in Montgomery, Alabama is AIDS, hepatitis A, B, and C. AIDS affects the auto-immune disorder and can be fatal. Recent studies has made it possible to find a new cure for the disease, but the cure is expensive and still needs further research for maximum effectiveness.
STD Treatment and Counseling in Montgomery
When ordering an STD package or individual test from Health Testing Centers that tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, or HSV type 2, a physician consultation and treatment are included when there is a positive result. If you test positive for any of the 4 mentioned STD's, a telephone or video consultation will be provided at no additional cost by one of our third party physicians. The physician from PWN Health will contact you within 4 to 24 hours of receiving your test result. At the end of the consultation the physician may prescribe the necessary medication for treatment. It is up to the sole discretion of the physician to provide any medical treatment based on test results and any medical information they received during the consultation. Cost of the prescription is not included.
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10 Test Panel - includes 4th generation HIV 1&2 Antibody/Antigen, chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes 1&2, hepatitis A/B/C antibodies, and hepatitis B surface antigen tests.
10 Test Panel with Early Detection HIV - includes the early detection HIV, RNA test in place of the traditional HIV antibody test. This qualitative HIV-1 RNA test checks for antibodies in your blood that are associated with HIV and can therefore detect HIV as soon as 6 to 12 days after exposure and approximately 12 days before an HIV antibody test and 7 days before a p24 antigen test becomes positive. This makes it a more accurate test in the early stages as opposed to a standard HIV test.
Carefully designed by our physicians these panels provide a thorough analysis of your sexual health, and should be a part of any wellness routine, helping identify health concerns before they progress into chronic or life-threatening conditions. To help determine which panel is appropriate based on specific health concerns, please call (334) 421-5391 in Montgomery, AL to speak with a medical professional.
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STD Lab Locations in Montgomery, AL
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STD Testing Labs in Montgomery, AL
Whether you're concerned about possible STD exposure or simply want a quick, convenient and confidential way to take control of your sexual health via routine STD screening, our STD testing centers near Montgomery, AL can help. Our testing locations offer private, top-quality STD testing just like you would receive from your doctor's office without the added expense and inconvenience of an office visit just to have that doctor place the order for those tests.
Why is testing important?
Because STDs are more common than you may realize, with nearly 20 million new STD cases occurring every year, according to nationwide CDC estimates. Their affects can be quite serious. For instance, HIV infection can progress to AIDS, and gonorrhea, Chlamydia and syphilis can lead to infertility without treatment. These examples show just how important it is that these and other STDs do not go undetected for lack of a simple health test, easily done via STD testing centers near Montgomery, AL.
When should you seek STD testing?
Clearly, if you know or suspect that a partner is affected by a sexually transmitted disease, looking into STD testing centers near Montgomery, Alabama is important to protecting your health, as is seeking immediate treatment should you receive positive results. However, STD testing is also essential for all sexually active individuals. That's because STDs don't always come with obvious symptoms. Some may produce no symptoms at all, while others may present mild ones that are easily mistaken for a cold or flu. For this reason, ensuring your sexual and overall health means getting regular screening tests for common STDs. Just how often you should schedule test days depends on your individual circumstances. If in doubt, consult a healthcare professional for an appropriate testing routine for your needs.