Free Sexually Transmitted Infection or Disease (STI/STD) Urine Testing

Why STD and STI Testing is Important

Infections like Gonorrhea and Chlamydia can damage your body silently, affecting your fertility and overall health.  At A Caring Center for Women, we provide free urine testing whether or not you are showing symptoms.

Who Should Get Tested?

Anyone who is sexually active, whether with one or multiple partners, should add regular sexually transmitted infection testing as part of their healthcare routine. We offer STD testing with treatment at no charge.  Untreated STIs can have long-term consequences for reproductive health, including infertility, ectopic pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, and an increased risk of complications in future pregnancies. Failing to address the STI before an abortion may exacerbate these risks.

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Don’t wait for symptoms to make themselves known. Booking your free consultation with us is easy, and knowing your status can give you peace of mind with the essential treatment you require to remain healthy. You may walk in for testing or click here to book now.

Which STIs / STDs Will You Be Tested For?

To ensure you are getting the right tests for your specific situation, it’s crucial to understand which STD tests are recommended for you. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers detailed guidelines on advisable STI tests based on factors such as age, sexual behavior, and other risk factors. For a comprehensive guide to help you make informed decisions about sexually transmitted disease testing, visit the CDC’s recommendations on Getting Tested for STIs.

Additional Helpful Resources for STDs and Urine STI Testing

Understanding the importance of urine STI testing can significantly impact sexual health. For comprehensive information on testing for specific infections, visit MedlinePlus’s page on Gonorrhea testing. This resource provides detailed insights into the test procedures, what to expect, and the significance of early detection and treatment. Additionally, MedlinePlus offers extensive information on Chlamydia testing, covering the symptoms that prompt testing, the accuracy of urine tests, and the benefits of timely diagnosis. These resources are invaluable for anyone seeking to understand more about the processes and importance of STI testing, promoting informed and proactive health decisions.

By utilizing these resources, you can better understand which STD tests are necessary for your specific needs and the importance of urine STI testing, thereby making well-informed decisions about your sexual health.

Additional Resources for Wellness Exams and Comprehensive STI/STD Testing

For those seeking more comprehensive STI/STD testing, including additional lab work and Pap exams, our free wellness exams offer extensive testing services. Available exclusively to uninsured women aged 18 or older with a Florida state-issued ID, these exams cover a broad spectrum of health checks. Tests included are Pap exams, Cervical Cytology, HbSag, HIV, RPR/Syphilis, Chlamydia/Gonococcus, Cholesterol Screen, TSH, Hemoglobin, Hemoglobin A1C, UA Routine, Reflex to Cult, T-4 Free, Routine Pap Screen, Lipid Panel, and Comp Metabolic Panel. Accessing these services can significantly enhance overall health monitoring and early detection of potential health issues.