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Sexuality Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are a hidden epidemic. If left untreated in women, STDs can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), infertility and cancer of the reproductive tract. In men, untreated STDs can lead to sterility, cancer and other complications. If you need quick, accurate testing in Delco, come to our medical clinic today with no appointment needed.
Here at AFC Urgent Care Aston, we believe the following activities are the keys to prevention:
We offer testing for all of the primary STDs:
Our staff is caring, our sessions are absolutely confidential, all results are carefully explained, and our services are performed with the utmost care and respect. Test results may take several days to process before they are available. Our staff will be able to tell you when results are expected. If you are sexually active in Delaware County, take charge of your health and get tested today. You are not only protecting yourself, but also your partner.
We are able to accept insurance as well as cash payments.
That depends on what we’re ultimately testing for. Some tests include swabs of the genitals or mouth, while others require urine or blood tests.
There are many different STDs, so the risks will depend on the disease. Cancer, infertility, transmission to sexual partners, and harm to unborn babies are a few risks of leaving STDs untreated.
We’re able to test for some of the most common STDs including gonorrhea, genital warts and herpes, chlamydia, HPV, and more. Call your local clinic for a full rundown of the testing they can provide.