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Get affordable, private, and accessible fee for service STD tests at AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek Location

Now offering STD and UTI testing with next day results (same day results for additional cost). Some exclusions apply, see details here:

Self-pay Prices

$179 (next day STD – not UTI)

$279 (same day STD – not UTI)

$179 (24 hours UTI)

$279 (4 hours UTI)

Additional $70 if treatment is needed

Same day results only available if sample provided by 12pm. Currently not offered on Sunday

Promotion discount until Aug 30, 2024

Which STD is being tested?

What’s the price?

Herpes 1&2 $69.00
GC/ CT Urine $69.00
RPR $29.00
Hepatitis B $69.00
HIV 1&2 $69.00
Hepatitis C $39.00
Mycoplasma $69.00

STD/STI Testing
Medication - additional $70
Complete Medical Exam and Consultation Plus the Following
Basic Screening
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Trich
Comprehensive Screening
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Herpes-1
  • Herpes-2
  • HIV-1
  • HIV-2
  • Syphilis
UTI Testing
$179 24 hours
$279 4 hours
Urine Culture
PCR for pathogens and antibiotic resistance

(Many insurances cover STD testing and treatment. Feel free to check with our team for pricing with insurance.)

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and STIs are one of the most common health concerns among Americans, which means that fast screening and treatment are a must for local patients. According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 2 million individuals contract either chlamydia, gonorrhea, or syphilis annually. Many more are likely to experience other STDs and bacterial infections due to sexual activity.

Private, affordable, and accessible STD testing at AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek offers all the amenities and conveniences of urgent care with the quality of STD testing in a similar clinic or hospital.

STD Testing Overview and Basics

STD testing is a relatively simple process but requires expressed consent in order to complete it. When patients come in for testing, they should understand that STD testing requires some comprehensive information before testing can begin. However, once a patient is ready to test, the process is quite simple. The three main things that patients must make clear first before their test include:

  • Asking for an STD test and if you want to be tested. A patient must request the STD before they receive it and needs to fully consent to their provider
  • Consider STD testing if you have had any unprotected sex, even if you don’t have symptoms.
  • Learn the differences between different STD tests and if you may need more than one.

Patients that know they are ready for a new screening should speak with any of our providers at our walk-in clinics around the city of Denver.

Should I Get Tested for STDs?

If you have symptoms of an STD, it’s important to be tested. Some common symptoms of STDs include sores on the genitals, discharge from the penis or vagina, itching, and burning during urination. But remember, many infections often do not cause any symptoms. This is because most STDs are asymptomatic, which is when a disease or infection doesn’t have any immediate physical symptoms.

Many people have sexually transmitted infections and never know it. If you’ve had sex play with another person and did not use a condom, female condom, dental dam, or other prophylactic, it’s a good idea to talk to your healthcare provider about STD testing. Getting tested can put your mind at ease or get you (and your partner) needed treatment. It’s also important to learn about ways you and your partner can protect yourselves in the future through safer sex.

How Do I Get Tested for STDs?

You must ask your health care provider to give you an STD test. Some people assume they will be tested for STDs when they have an exam for another reason, such as when a woman has a Pap test or when a man has a physical. This is not true — you will not automatically be tested for STDs. If you are seeing your health care provider for another reason and are not sure if you need an STD test, just ask. Your provider can help you decide if you need any tests, and which one(s) you may need.

There is no single test for every sexually transmitted disease — tests are specific to each infection. And some infections can be found using different kinds of tests. You and your health care provider will decide what STD tests make the most sense for you. In most cases, your provider will first ask you questions about.

Your sexual practices — such as how many partners you have, whether you use condoms or other barrier methods, and what body parts are used during sex play

  • Whether you have symptoms — and to describe the symptoms if you do have any
  • Whether you have had symptoms in the past
  • Whether you’ve ever had any STDs
  • Whether you have used over-the-counter medications to treat your symptoms
  • Whether your partner(s) have any STDs or symptoms of STDs
  • any drug allergies you may have
  • Your last period, if you’re a woman — to see if you could be pregnant
  • It is important to be honest with your healthcare provider. Your provider will be helping you make important decisions about what test(s) you may need

Need or want to get tested for STDs?

You might be wondering if and when you may need a test for any STD. You might also be wondering if your partner needs one. Or you may simply be interested in learning more about STD testing in Denver Cherry Creek. Whatever the reason, the more information you have, the better you can protect your sexual health.

If you think you may have been exposed to an infection, getting tested for STDs is a great way to protect your sexual health. It’s also a great way to protect the health of your sex partners.

How Are STD Tests Done?

STD tests for specific diseases are similar, but some may have more components than others. While most tests require a blood sample, other STD screenings may use other methods. It depends on which infection you may have. And some infections can be tested for in more than one way.

  • Your test may include a physical exam
  • Your health care provider may look at your genitals and/or your anus for any signs of an infection, such as a rash, discharge, sores, or warts. For women, this exam can be similar to a pelvic exam.
  • Your provider may take a blood sample, either with a needle or by pricking the skin to draw drops of blood.
  • You may be asked to urinate into a special cup. discharge, tissue, cell, or saliva sample
  • Your provider will use a swab to collect samples that will be looked at under a microscope.

Sometimes a diagnosis can be made based on your symptoms and/or a physical exam. Treatment could be prescribed right away. Other times, your health care provider may need to send a sample to a lab to be tested. In that case, the results may not be available for several days or weeks.

Do People Under 18 Need Their Parents’ Permission for STD Testing?

In general, parental permission is not needed for STD testing. However, there may be certain locations where, for one reason or another, a health care provider will require parental permission or may notify a parent about testing. If you are concerned about confidentiality, ask your healthcare provider about your local laws and policies.

What types of STD tests and screenings does AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek provide?

Below is a chart of all the STDs we test for:

Which STD is being tested? What’s the test?
  • Blood test
Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Pelvic exam
  • Test of vaginal discharge
  • Physical exam
  • Test of discharge from the anus, urethra, or vagina
  • Test of a cell sample — cells from the cervix, penis, vagina, or anus urine test
Genital Warts Physical exam — some warts can be seen by the naked eye during a pelvic exam.
  • Test of discharge from the anus, urethra, or vagina
  • Test of a cell sample – cells from cervix, penis, anus, or throat
  • Urine test
Hepatitis B Blood test
  • Blood test
  • test of fluid from herpes sore
Pubic Lice May be self-diagnosed based on symptoms.
  • Blood test
  • Test of fluid taken from a syphilis sore.
Trichomoniasis Test discharge from the vagina or urethra

What can patients expect during their STD test at AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek?

Patients at AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek can expect to receive the best possible local STD testing services whenever they need to keep up with sexual health updates. Our clinics strive to create an efficient and comprehensive medical experience that helps get your STD tests completed in a reasonable time frame with excellent service:

  • Times vary, but most patients will get their STD test results back between 3-5 business days. A positive HIV test has to be tested for confirmation, which means it can take longer.
  • Providers at our clinics will administer your specific tests or an STD in private rooms. Tests include confidential and private genital, urine, and blood drawings.
  • Once tests are completed, our urgent care team provides referrals and additional care support to get the treatment you need.

AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek is here to help you take control of your sexual health

Any of our four AFC Urgent Care Denver Cherry Creek clinics are:

  • Walk-in friendly
  • Open 7-days a week
  • In-network for most Colorado insurers
  • Open extended hours
  • Staffed by doctors and nurses

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AFC Urgent Care FAQs

  • What will my STD test consist of?

    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.

  • What are the risks of leaving STDs untreated?

    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.

  • Which STDs can AFC test for?

    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.

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