HIV tests detect the presence of human immunodeficiency virus in blood, saliva, or urine. Different tests focus on antibodies, antigens, or viral genetic material. Early detection is crucial, allowing for medical management, treatment, and reducing the risk of transmitting the virus to others.Book Now
An HCV test detects the presence of hepatitis C virus in blood. Various tests focus on antibodies, antigens, or viral genetic material. Early diagnosis is essential for timely medical intervention, preventing complications such as liver damage, and reducing the risk of transmitting the virus to others.Book Now
An oral HPV test detects the presence of human papillomavirus in the mouth. The test involves collecting a sample from the throat or mouth and analyzing it for HPV DNA. Early detection helps in managing the virus, which is linked to oral cancers, and in promoting preventive measures such as vaccination and safe sexual practices.Book Now
A Chlamydia and Gonorrhea combo test simultaneously screens for both Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections from a single swab sample. This efficient testing approach aids in detecting these common sexually transmitted infections, promoting early treatment, and preventing their spread within sexually active populations.Book Now
The HIV and Syphilis combo test simultaneously detects both HIV and syphilis infections from a single blood sample. This efficient approach aids in comprehensive screening for sexually transmitted infections, enabling early diagnosis, appropriate treatment, and preventing their spread within populations.Book Now
This panel is a comprehensive CT (Chlamydia trachomatis), NG (Neisseria gonorrhoeae), HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), Syphilis, and HCV (hepatitis C virus) test screens for multiple sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses.This thorough testing approach aids in early detection, appropriate treatment, and preventive measures for these infections.Book Now
A Mono test, or mononucleosis test, diagnoses the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) causing infectious mononucleosis. A blood sample is analyzed for specific antibodies produced in response to the virus. Swift diagnosis aids in managing symptoms, preventing complications, and avoiding the transmission of this contagious illness often called "mono" or the "kissing disease."Book Now
A TB test checks for exposure to tuberculosis bacteria. It's done through a small injection in your forearm. You have a virtual follow up appointment 2-3 days later for a "read" to see if there's a reaction. Finding TB early helps control its spread and treat it before it gets worse.Book Now
At Total Testing Solutions, we understand the importance of convenient and accessible testing for sexually transmitted diseases. That's why we proudly offer in clinic testing for STDs and STIs. Our state-of-the-art testing process is quick, easy, and completely confidential. Drive to our testing site, provide a small sample, and receive your results via text and email. We accept all insurance and have options for uninsured patients. We are committed to providing the highest level of care and ensuring everyone can access the testing they need to stay healthy.
|Test Name||Collection Method||Locations||Turnaround Time|
|HIV||Oral swab||Drive Through or At Home||Same Day|
|HIV & Syphilis||Fingerstick||Drive Through or At Home||Same Day|
|HCV||Fingerstick||Drive Through or At Home||Same Day|
|"5-Test Panel" (CT + NG + HIV + Syphils + HCV)||Combination||Drive Through or At Home||Next Day|
|Chlamydia & Gonorrhea||Oral swab||Drive Through or At Home||Next Day|
|Oral HPV||Oral swab||Drive Through or At Home||Next Day|
In-clinic testing is a convenient and efficient method for conducting medical tests without the need for patients to leave their vehicles. This type of testing is beneficial for individuals experiencing symptoms of an illness or those looking for enhanced privacy and confidentiality regarding testing, such as for STDs/STIs. The process is quick and easy, with patients simply driving to a designated testing site, providing a sample, and receiving their results via text and email. This allows for increased access to testing, as patients can avoid traveling to a medical facility or waiting in long lines. in clinic testing is a safe and effective way to ensure individuals can access the testing they need to stay healthy.Book Now
An STD, or sexually transmitted disease, is an infection that is spread through sexual contact. Some common STDs include HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea.
Getting tested for STDs is important because many STDs do not show symptoms, so a person may have an infection and not know it. If left untreated, STDs can lead to serious health problems such as infertility and cancer.
Anyone who is sexually active should consider getting tested for STDs, especially if they have had unprotected sex or have multiple partners. It's also a good idea for pregnant women to get tested, as some STDs can harm the baby if left untreated.
The process of getting tested for STDs varies depending on the specific infection. Our test types include finger prick and swab tests. Your healthcare provider will be able to tell you which test(s) are appropriate for you based on your test selection.
The frequency of testing depends on your sexual activity and risk factors. It's a good idea to get tested at least once a year, or more often if you have multiple partners or engage in unprotected sex.
We accept all insurance for STD testing with no copays or out-of-pocket costs. We also have options for uninsured patients.
Yes, the results of an STD test are confidential. This means that your healthcare provider cannot share your test results with anyone without your permission. They are delivered via text and email.