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|STD Testing Peace of Mind Level I
The Peace of Mind testing panel includes the most common STDs, including syphilis, herpes simplex 1 and 2, hepatitis B and HIV.
|STD Testing Peace of Mind Level II
The level 2 Peace of Mind panel includes all level 1 tests, plus chlamydia, gonorrhea urine tests and a hepatitis C blood screening.
|Early HIV Detection (DNA PCR Test)
The DNA PCR test looks for genetic material associated with the HIV virus and can detect the disease within 2 to 3 weeks of exposure.
|Recent Exposure STD Testing (Early Detection HIV)
The Recent Exposure STD panel tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis B and C, syphilis and herpes simplex 1 and 2, plus an early HIV screening.
|HIV Blood Test
The basic HIV test uses either the ELISA or Western Blot method and can detect HIV antibodies by between three and six months after exposure.
|Chlamydia & Neisseria gonorrhoeae (NAA) (Urine Test)
The NAA urine test identifies two of the most common and easily-cured STDs by identifying their DNA and RNA in a urine sample.
|Virus STD Panel
A virus STD panel tests for diseases caused by viral infections, including herpes, hepatitis and HIV, using several different test methods.
|Bacterial STD Panel
The bacterial STD panel tests urine and blood for diseases caused by bacteria, including chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis.
|Syphilis – Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) Blood Test
The RPR test detects non-specific antibodies in the blood of people who have been exposed to syphilis.
|Herpes Simplex Virus (I/II, IgG)
The HSV test looks for specific antibodies to herpes simplex types 1 and 2 and helps diagnose or monitor this disease.
|Hepatitis A Antibody (Total) Blood Test
The hepatitis A antibody test detects both IgM and IgG antibodies produced by people who have been exposed to the hepatitis virus.
|Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Blood Test
A hepatitis B surface antigen test identifies the protein on the surface of the hepatitis B virus and can help diagnose or monitor the disease.
|Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Antibody Blood Test
The HCV antibody test identifies the antibodies produced by the immune system in people exposed to hepatitis C.
|Hepatitis A, B, and C Blood Test Panel
A hepatitis A, B and C panel provides diagnostic testing for all kinds of hepatitis, based on antibodies produced in response to the disease.
The Importance of STD Testing
It’s easy for people to assume that they’re not at risk for a sexually transmitted disease, or STD. After all, as far as most people are concerned, STDs only happen to people who engage in bad habits or immoral behavior. These myths are what allows this kind of disease to spread and threaten the health and lives of millions of people.
Young people are at the greatest risk for infection, with one in four college students suffering from an STD. Some conditions, such as herpes and genital warts, can be communicated even during protected sex. Unfortunately, about 80 percent of people who get an STD have no noticeable symptoms, so they can accidentally spread it to their partners without ever realizing that there’s a problem. It’s even possible to pick up some STDs without ever having sex, through improperly sterilized medical equipment.
Regular STD screening helps people realize that they have an infection and take steps to treat it. Many of the most common STDs are completely curable. Many incurable STDs can be managed with medication and safer sex to prevent them from spreading to others. Since it’s possible for even someone in a committed relationship to have an unidentified STD, it’s important to get tested with every new partner.
STD tests can be obtained through a regular physician or via many clinics, but wait times and fees can be high. Another option, especially for residents of Tulsa, OK or other large cities, is getting screening performed at a qualified testing center. These centers are located all across the US, so it’s easy to find one, have a blood sample drawn and get results in just a short period of time. The fees are often lower than those charged by doctors, and the testing centers are far more convenient than free clinics. Getting an STD screening could be a lifesaver.
|TULSA TEST CATEGORIES|
|BLOOD CHEMISTRY CMB+CBC||VITAMIN & NUTRITION|
|STD TESTING||LIVER FUNCTION|
|HEART CHOLESTEROL TESTING||CANCER SCREENING|
|THYROID FUNCTION||DIABETES BLOOD TESTING|
|PROSTATE TESTING (PSA)||OTHER BLOOD TESTS|
|TULSA MOST POPULAR TESTS|
|BASIC BLOOD TEST (CMP, CBC & UA) $59|
|HEART HEALTH CHECK LEVEL 1 $149|
|LIPID PROFILE (CHOLESTEROL BLOOD TEST) $39|
|PROSTATE CHECK (PSA BLOOD TEST) $49|
|HEALTH CHECK MALE: LEVEL 1 $329|
|THYROID HEALTH SCREENING $99|
|STD TESTING PEACE OF MIND: LEVEL 1 $199|