Tests for sexually transmitted diseases
Do you need urine and blood tests for sexually transmitted diseases?
We have the most comprehensive test.
You have come to the right place. We can perform a urine and blood test for sexually transmitted diseases.
In our laboratory, a test is performed for sexually transmitted diseases called STD - sexually transmitted disease, a disease that is transmitted through sexual contact.
We perform tests on the 9 most common types of sexually transmitted diseases.
Types of diseases tested:
Gonorrhea - gonorrhea
Oral herpes type 1
Type 2 vaginal herpes
The test technique is a PCR method Molecular method comes looking for the DNA of the bacterium found in the urine. In this method, a disease can be identified even if there are no clinical symptoms, since there are situations in which some sexually transmitted diseases are dormant.
What should be done?
Give urine from the middle of the stream of the first urine of the morning into a sterile cup.
And the answers are received within 7-10 days.
Availability - Speed - Reliability
No need to bother, we will reach you at home to perform the blood tests you need.
Tests can be performed with or without a doctor's referral.
The test results will be sent directly to your personal email.
All you have to do is call and make an appointment for a brother or sister to come to you for a blood test.
The tests are private tests regardless of the health insurance fund to which you belong.
Sexually transmitted diseases as they are sexually transmitted diseases. The risk of contracting them stems from multiple partners and having relationships without appropriate means of protection.
In recent years, there has been an alarming increase in the incidence of the oldest sexually transmitted diseases in the world and in Israel. A particularly sharp increase has been recorded among men who have sex with men but most women suffer from complications more than men who contract sexually transmitted diseases. A pregnant woman with a sexually transmitted disease can infect her baby and cause serious health problems.
If there is a suspicion that you are contracting a sexually transmitted disease, see a doctor immediately. Delaying treatment or avoiding it can cause serious damage, and of course infect the following with sexual contact with you in the disease. If you have genital discharge, irritation, or burning when urinating, ulcer (wound), cow rash in the genital area or anus, it is important that you be tested.
Periodic examination even in the absence of disease symptoms at a frequency of once every few months, is recommended for people who have casual sex.