You may be at risk for STDs.

Choose one of our comprehensive home test kits to know your status. Then review your results via a Telehealth appointment with us. Here’s why!

1 in 5 sexually active people in the US has an STD right now. Possible consequences of an STD include infertility, pregnancy complications that can also increase the risk of HIV, and other forms of cancer. 

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Symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Symptoms of STDs vary from disease to disease, but all are easy to spot if you know what to look for. If you suspect that you or your partner may have an STD, choose between our HIV + STD and Hepatitis C + STD test kits and discuss your results with a HealthyMD doctor via telehealth.

If you have STI symptoms and are experiencing painful urination, take precautions to avoid spreading or contracting infections. See your doctor right away if you are experiencing pain or discharge during urination.

This is one of the most common symptoms in both men and women who are infected with an STI. It can feel like an itch inside or around your vagina, penis, anus, or scrotum (this is why they’re called sex itches). This symptom often leads to scratching, resulting in small cuts and/or bleeding.

If you feel tired, have a fever, and experience swollen lymph nodes as well as discharge from your penis, you may have gonorrhea. Gonorrhea is caused by a bacterial infection that can be treated easily with antibiotics. That said, it’s important to see your doctor so they can make sure there are no complications. Fortunately, most people don’t experience any serious side effects from STIs.

Pelvic pain could be a symptom that you have a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Depending on what’s causing your pelvic pain, your health care provider may run tests to figure out if you have an STI. If you do, he or she will want to treat it as soon as possible.

These are all symptoms of a common sexually transmitted disease, called Chlamydia. Chlamydia is a bacterial infection that can be caused by having unprotected sex with someone who has it. It is not currently curable, but can easily be treated with antibiotics. If you notice any unusual symptoms, it is important to get tested for STDs as soon as possible.

Having severe pain in your lower back can be a symptom of a serious disease. If you are experiencing frequent lower back pain, it is best to see a doctor. The most common symptoms of STIs include: Itching around the vagina and/or discharge from the vagina for women. Discharge from the penis for men. Pain during sex or when urinating. A severely painful lower back could also mean you’re suffering from sciatic nerve irritation, which is often caused by arthritis or other spinal diseases.

While most of these symptoms can be attributed to a virus, they could also be a sign that you have a sexually transmitted disease (STD). In fact, some STDs, like herpes or syphilis, are characterized by symptoms that affect other parts of your body besides your sexual organs. These can include stomach cramps, muscle aches, headaches, and swollen lymph nodes.

Symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

A Sore Throat, Swollen Tongue
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Pelvic Pain
Severe Pain
Painful Urination
Frequent Itching
Unusual Vaginal Odor

Don’t wait to get tested for an STD!

With so many infections going around, it is crucial to be aware of your body and what is happening with it.


How It Works

Follow These Three Easy At-Home Steps For Fast Results

1. Order your
Free Kit

Once your test kit arrives, we advise that you complete the test and send your samples back within three days.

2. Collect Your
sample at Home

You collect your sample in the comfort and privacy of your home and mail it to a certified lab with prepaid shipping.

3. Get Accurate
Results Fast

Within days you’ll receive a pre-scheduled Telehealth call with a medical provider to review your results.

STDs Frequently Asked Questions

There are two types of sexually transmitted infections: viral infections, which can’t be cured by antibiotics but can be treated with antiviral medications, and bacterial infections, which are generally easier to treat and often curable. Viral sexually transmitted infections include HIV/AIDS and herpes; bacterial sexually transmitted infections include syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.

This can lead some people to believe that they can self-treat and wait until their symptoms get worse before seeking medical help. Not so fast: untreated STDs can make you infertile, cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), or even be deadly if you develop untreated syphilis or HIV. All of these conditions—and many others—can also have serious complications for pregnant women, including a higher risk of miscarriage and preterm birth. Fortunately, you can test yourself at home with our fast and reliable at-home STD Test Kit.

There are so many types of STDs that show up on a STD test, which is why we’re breaking down the different types for you here! For starters, there are blood tests and swab tests, with the former being more accurate at detecting some STDs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. However, both tests can accurately identify all types of STDs – like herpes or HIV – with accuracy.

People used to think that an STD could be cured with antibiotics or something else, but they don’t think that anymore. It turns out that only a few STDs are actually curable. If you have any symptoms of an STD, order our at-home STD Test Kit and receive your results within days in our secure patient portal.

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