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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

STDs are diseases that are spread by having sex with someone who has an STD. You can get a sexually transmitted disease from sexual activity that involves the mouth, anus, vagina, or penis.

According to the American Social Health Organization, approximately 18.9 million new cases of STDs, not including HIV, occur each year in the U.S. More than half of all people will be infected with an STD in their lifetime.

STDs are serious illnesses that require treatment. Some STDs, like AIDS, cannot be cured and are deadly.

What Are the Symptoms of STDs?
Frequently, there are no symptoms. If symptoms are present, they may include one or more of the following:

• Bumps, sores or warts near the mouth, anus, penis or vagina.
• Swelling or redness near the penis or vagina.
• Skin rash.
• Painful urination.
• Weight loss, loose stools, night sweats.
• Aches, pains, fever, and chills.
• Yellowing of the skin (jaundice).
• Discharge from the penis or vagina
• Bleeding from the vagina other than during a monthly period.
• Vaginal odor.
• Painful sex.
• Severe itching near the penis or vagina.

Because most STDs can be symptom free, do not assume that you or your partner are not infected just because you do not have any symptoms. STDs can be present for years before they become symptomatic, so the only way to know for sure if you or your partner has an STD is to get tested.


 

Test Offered

HIV
HIV-1/HIV-2(Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 & 2) Antibody Screen with Western Blot Confirmation
This test detects the antibodies that are produced by the body’s immune system in response to HIV. This is the most common HIV test and is recommended for people whose potential exposure window is longer than 3 months ago.

Syphilis
RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) For Syphilis
The RPR test is the most common syphilis test performed and is done so with a blood specimen. If the RPR test comes back positive a confirmatory test (fluorescent treponemal antibody absorption or FTA-ABS test) will be performed at no additional charge.

Chlamydia
Chlamydia Urine Test
This test is performed with a urine specimen NOT a swab. The test uses nucleic acid amplification to detect the presence of the bacterium. The nucleic acid amplification test has been proven to be more accurate than the swab test.


Gonorrhea
Gonorrhea Urine Test
This test is performed with a urine specimen NOT a swab. The test uses nucleic acid amplification to detect the presence of the bacterium. The nucleic acid amplification test has been proven to be more accurate than the swab test.


Hepatitis
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Test
This is the most frequently and easily performed test for hepatitis B and is the first test to show abnormal results. HBsAg generally indicates active hepatitis B virus infection.

Hepatitis B Surface Antibody Test
This antibody appears approximately 4 weeks after the disappearance of the surface antigen and signifies the end of the acute infection phase. HBsAb also signifies immunity to subsequent infections.

Hepatitis C Core Antibody Test
This antibody appears approximately 1 month after infection with HBsAg and declines over several years. HBcAb is also present in people with chronic hepatitis.

CBC
Complete Blood Count (CBC) With Differential Test
The CBC and differential are a series of tests of the blood that provides a tremendous amount of information about the body's immune system. A CBC routinely includes RBC, WBC, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelet count among others.

Both a urinalysis and a complete blood count provides an excellent indication of a person’s overall health. It is very rare that something can be going on in the body and it does not show up in the blood or the urine.

Urinalysis
Urinalysis Testing
Total Urinary Analysis (UA) involves multiple routine tests on a urine specimen. A UA will routinely include color, appearance, and odor; pH; and presence of proteins, glucose, ketones, and blood. It is also examined microscopically for RBCs, WBCs, casts, crystals, and bacteria.

Both a urinalysis and a complete blood count provides an excellent indication of a person’s overall health. It is very rare that something can be going on in the body and it does not show up in the blood or the urine.


Locations

We offer many location in Reno and surrounding areas. Below is a list of locations in your area.

Location 1:
890 MILL ST STE 302
RENO, NV 89502

Location 2:
6502 S MCCARRAN BLVD STE A
RENO, NV 89509

Location 3:
343 ELM STREET STE.305
RENO, NV 89503

Location 4:
499 W PLUMB LN
RENO, NV 89509

Location 5:
6630 S MCCARRAN BLVD STE 7A
RENO, NV 89409

Location 6:
1901 SILVERADA BLVD STE 14
RENO, NV 89512

Location 7:
236 W 6TH ST
RENO, NV 89503

Location 8:
7111 S VIRGINIA ST 20A
RENO, NV 89511


Location 9:
7111 S VIRGINIA ST 20A
RENO, NV 89511

Location 10:
601 RALSTON ST
RENO, NV 89503




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