What's an STD
STD stands for "sexually transmitted disease". An STD is an infection that has been passed from one person to another during sexual activity, including oral and anal sex. STDs can also be passed through the sharing of needles or syringes. Symptoms of STDs may not always be obvious, especially in women, causing STDs to remain undetected. If left untreated, an STD can lead to complications such as infertility or damage to internal organs. The only way to be sure that you have not contracted an STD is by getting tested. That's why we're here to offer you an easy and convenient way to get the answers you need.
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What we test for
STD Testing provides you with simple and private STD testing throughout the greater Atlanta area. To help you get peace of mind, we offer testing for the eight most common STDs: Chlamydia, syphilis, herpes I and II, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV.
How it works
We work with conveniently located testing facilities throughout the area to provide you with easy access to a lab of your choosing. The certified medical professionals at these locations will handle your testing procedure with discretion and care. Your results will be ready within 3 business days. Its up to you what you do with your results. If you have abnormal results, you have the ability to speak with one of our doctors over the phone on how to move forward.
Testimonials from patients like you
Atlanta STD Testing provides quick, convenient and PRIVATE testing for STD's. The only question that lingers in my mind is: Why isn't this type of service more widely known about? Anonymous patient
I followed the directions as given to me and everyone along the way did just what I was told they would do. It was easy to find a lab close by. Without an appointment I was in and out in no time. The tech who drew my blood was professional and very good at it. It all went like clockwork. Anonymous patient
The staff was amazing and very professional. I will definitely use this site again in the future. Anonymous patient