Monkeypox Testing

in Los Angeles

Interested in Monkeypox testing? Please schedule an appointment below.

MonkeyPox Testing & Consultations

Quick and easy drive through testing and virtual consultations available for MonkeyPox through Total Testing Solutions.

How It Works

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Schedule a virtual consultation to meet with one of our licensed professionals to assess your concerns and be qualified for monkeypox testing.

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If you are a candidate for Monkeypox testing, we will help you book a test appointment at the end of your virtual consultation at one of our local test sites in Los Angeles that works best for you and your schedule. Same day appointments are available!

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Arrive at our drive through test site at your scheduled appointment time and be checked in and swabbed by our team of test administrators from the comfort of your vehicle.

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Results will be texted and emailed to you within 48 hours, along with any treatment information if applicable.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Total Testing Solutions offer MonkeyPox testing?

Yes, Total Testing Solutions now offers MonkeyPox testing. A healthcare provider will review your eligibility for testing prior to your appointment via a virtual consultation. Once approved for testing, samples are collected via a swab at one of our local Los Angeles drive-through test sites.

What are the symptoms of MonkeyPox?

MonkeyPox is typically associated with symptoms such as blister or pimple-like rashes on the face, mouth, genitals, hands or feet, fever, chills, headache, muscle ache and swollen lymph nodes.

How Is MonkeyPox Transmitted?

Monkeypox can spread close or skin-to-skin contact, including:

  • Direct contact with monkeypox rash or body fluids from an infected individual.
  • Sharing objects, clothing, towels or coming into contact with surfaces that have been used by someone with monkeypox.
  • Respiratory secretions from an infected individual.
  • Contact with an animal positive for the virus.
  • Is there a treatment for MonkeyPox?

    While most cases of MonkeyPox do resolve on their own without medical intervention, an FDA-approved medication called Tecovirimat or TPoxx has been authorized for the treatment of MonkeyPox in positive individuals. If you do test positive, our providers are available to consult with you on treatment options and prescribe tecoverimat if applicable.

    Can I get a MonkeyPox Vaccine?

    Monkeypox vaccines are currently in limited supply, and are available to eligible patients only by local health departments.

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