• Basics

  • What is an STD, or sexually transmitted disease?

    An STD, or sexually transmitted disease, is an unfection that is primarily transmitted through sexual fluids during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Sometimes, STDs are referred to as “venereal diseases.” Many STDs can be cured when they are properly diagnosed. Get tested for STDs at

  • How can I know if I have an STD?

    Since some STDs are asymptomatic, the only way to really know if you have an STD is to get tested. Order your STD test online here.

  • What are STD symptoms?

    Some typical STD symptoms include bumps, redness, and swelling around the genital area, but each STD has different symptoms-- and some show no symptoms at all. Get tested to be sure about your sexual health status.

  • What are the different types of STDs?

    There are many kinds of STDs, and many stages of each infection. At, we test for HIV/Aids, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Hepatitis A, B, and C, and both varieties of Herpes. If you think you may have an STD, order STDClinic’s 10-test panel to get educated about your sexual health.

  • I don’t show any symptoms. Should I still get tested for an STD?

    Yes! Some STDs are asymptomatic, which means you can have - and spread -- the infection without any signs of disease. To check, get tested at

  • Can I get STDs from oral or anal sex?

    Yes, you can get STDs from sharing sexual fluids from oral and anal sex. This means that you can have an STD without ever having penetrative sex.

  • How do I know which test best fits my needs?

    If you have specific symptoms, you can look at our individual test information pages to try to match your symptom to the infection. However, if you’ve been exposed to one STD, you’re likely exposed to more. The only way to know for sure is to get tested. STDClinic’s 10-test-panel has you covered for most common STDs.

  • How should I prepare for an STD test?

    If you’re taking a urine test, be sure not to urinate for 1 hour prior to the test. Otherwise, there are no special preparations to take before blood testing.

  • Which STDs can I be tested for??

    At, you can be tested for HIV/AIDS, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Hepatitis A, B, and C, and Herpes 1 and 2. Get tested for all 10 with STDClinic’s 10-test panel.

  • STD Care Clinic

  • How does work??

    STDClinic makes it easy to get discreet, fast STD blood and urine test results. First, select and purchase the test you want. Then, download your proof of purchase form- also called a “requisition form”- and bring it to the clinic. Take your test at the clinic nearest you. Afterwards, see your results online.

  • Do I need to see a doctor in person to get an STD test from

    Nope! STDClinic secures a doctor’s referral for you, so you don’t have to see a doctor in person in order to get a blood test. Secure results are sent directly to your STDClinic account, so you can access the results anywhere, anytime.

  • Are’s tests accurate?

    Yes! STDCareClinic’s testing is 99% accurate depending on the incubation period of each virus.

  • What does FDA approved mean?

    FDA is the Food and Drug Administration, and is a regulatory body that ensures the safety and accuracy of medical procedures in the USA. Our blood tests are FDA approved, ensuring that our testing is up-to-date and accurate.

  • Do I need to make an appointment?

    Nope! After you purchase your tests and download your requisition form, you can show up at any connected clinic during opening hours to take your test.

  • How does STDCareClinic make STD checks easier?

    With STDClinic, you cut out insurance referrals, long lines and large copays. We make it easy and affordable to purchase and take your blood tests and simply receive your results.