Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are the two most common STDs in the world especially among those from 18-30 years of age. Luckily they aren’t very “scarey” unless it goes untreated. Both infections if caught fairly quickly will result in no real harm and are easily cured with common antibiotics (for now at least). Unlike years ago when the only method of testing was a visit to the doctor’s office or a clinic where you had to have a swab inserted into your urethra and the nurse looked at it under a microscope to confirm infection, nowadays with the advancement in medicine and lab work it’s as simple as going to the bathroom. Now people who suspect they have “something”, when they notice a burning sensation while urinating and/or a noticeable discharge usually, can request a by mail STD test to be delivered to their home.
Our tests are very simple, both Chlamydia & Gonorrhea are tested for the in panel (lab work test). There is no need for two samples or two mail away packages. One urine sample looks for both.
Notice a visible discolored
Does it burn while you’re urinating regularly?
Fill out contact form to quickly order By mail test kit
Once payment is received
We mail you test kit
Don’t stress any longer, our Nationwide home STD testing is the most simple,
private, and accurate system in the market. Founded by one of South Carolina’s most
highly respected expert blood and urine screening companies that has been in
business since 1997 providing services to not only large corporations, but also
government agencies. We use only the best, most experienced and trusted labs around
the United States to ensure 100% accuracy with your lab results meeting all national
standards. The laboratories we work with are CLIA certified high complexity testing
organizations utilizing the most comprehensive latest STD diagnostic testing
methods. All our data is HIPAA web security compliant.
* Currently our business only does test panels for these two STDs, Chlamydia & Gonorrhea, but our goal is to expand services to include other sexually transmitted diseases in the near future.