How do you ask for a STD test?
How Do Doctors Test for STDs?
- a blood sample (from either a blood draw or a finger prick)
- a urine sample.
- a swab of the inside of the mouth.
- a swab from the genitals, such as the urethra in guys or the cervix in girls.
- a swab of any discharge or sores.
Can I get an STD test at my doctors?
Most STDs, such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and HPV, are diagnosed with a blood test, urine test, or swab culture performed in a doctor’s office or sexual health clinic. STDs cause a diverse variety of symptoms or may present with no symptoms at all.
Where can I get tested for STDs for free?
You can get tested for STDs at your local Planned Parenthood health center, a doctor’s office, and health clinics. You may be able to get free STD testing.
How do I ask my doctor to get tested for chlamydia?
You can get tested for chlamydia and other STDs at your doctor’s office, a community health clinic, the health department, or your local Planned Parenthood health center. In some states, you can do an online visit and take a chlamydia test at home.