Abbreviated 3-Panel STD Test
Knowledge is PowerSexually transmitted diseases are transmitted when a person is positive for an STD and passes it to another during sexual intercourse or other sex-related activities. Millions of people report new STD infections every year. However, most people who have them are unaware since these individuals have no symptoms. Most STDs are easily treatable, and treatment is easier the sooner you catch them. Hence, it is important to get tested for STDs frequently.
The three-panel abbreviated STD test screens for three common STD-causing pathogens, Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and Trichomonas vaginalis. If your results are positive, one of our medical professionals will contact you, and you will have the option to discuss your results and a treatment plan with a board-certified physician.
Our team at MyHomeLabs is here to guide you through the entire process so you can find the answers you are looking for about your health. "We are Here to Help You."
Test PreparationNo preparation is required for this test. Register your test kit and follow the instructions included in the self-instruction guide.
Who should get tested?
1. If you have recently engaged in unprotected sexual activities
2. If you are sexually active with more than one person
3. If you are experiencing pain during sexual intercourse
4. If you are experiencing pain or a burning sensation during urination
5. If you are experiencing pelvic pain
3. If you have any of the symptoms listed below
Women: Discharge from your vagina
Women: Bleeding from your vagina when you are not on your period
Women: Strong odor from the vagina
Women: Itching and irritation of the vagina
Men: Discharge from your penis
Men: Penis itching and irritated