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Many people do not know that they are infected with STIs like Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis. These infections can cause serious health problems if not treated quickly.
Regular STD testing is important for everyone. You can test at home using rapid tests or visit a local clinic for more thorough testing.
A urine test — sometimes called a urinalysis or UA — is a physical, chemical, and microscopic examination of your urine. It can help detect many health conditions, including infections in your urinary tract or kidneys. A UA can also check for blood in your urine (hematuria).
A urologist will ask you to empty your bladder into a container for 24 hours. The container usually has a preservative in it to prevent bacteria from growing while the sample is being collected.
After a 24-hour period, the sample will be sent to a laboratory for analysis. Your doctor will share the results of your UA with you. If your result shows you have an infection, your doctor can prescribe antibiotics to treat it. Practicing safe sex and getting regular STD testing are important for protecting your health. We offer confidential testing at our Manhattan clinics. Contact us to book your appointment today. The clinic is open 7 days a week.
Many STIs don’t have any symptoms, which makes regular STD screening crucial. You can get a swab test to check for genital warts, herpes, and other infections like hepatitis B and C or chlamydia and gonorrhea. These swab tests are usually a quick and painless procedure.
The swab kits are clinically tested to be accurate for both collecting and testing the samples, and they are comfortable enough to use in your mouth or on your anal area. They also come with a discreet package for easy storage and travel.
New York City ranks among the top 10 cities for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, so it’s important to make sure you’re regularly screening. And if you do develop symptoms, getting treated early can help prevent complications.
Many types of infections that occur after sex are diagnosed with blood tests. These are often combined with urine samples and swabs for more accurate diagnosis. A simple blood test can identify genital warts, herpes, HIV infection and hepatitis. A blood sample can also show the levels of creatatine kinase-MB (CK-MB) and troponin, heart enzymes that increase after heart attack or other cardiovascular injury.
The City of New York offers free, confidential testing and treatment for STIs including chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis at Health Center 1. This walk-in clinic is open to people of all sexual orientations.
To decrease your chances of getting a STD, use condoms and limit your number of sex partners. Regular screenings are important, as many STDs don’t show any symptoms and can be transmitted to multiple partners. If you’re diagnosed with a STD, start treatment immediately and follow your doctor’s advice. Most STIs can be treated with antibiotics. However, treating viral STIs such as herpes and hepatitis requires long-term medication management and visits to your primary care provider.
The panel test is a group of tests that can identify multiple sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with a blood sample. A panel test can include tests for chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, HIV and syphilis. These panels are sometimes paired with a urine sample or a swab of affected tissue for more precise results.
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Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs are infections that can spread from one person to another during unprotected sex. Men and women who engage in risky sex should get tested regularly for STIs to ensure proper treatment. Visit an STD testing clinic in Manhattan, NY to receive comprehensive and accurate screenings for all ten of the most common types of STDs. We also offer rapid same day results.