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High Point STD Testing at AFC Urgent Care

AFC Urgent Care is a Walk-in Clinic Providing STD Testing for Herpes, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV and Others the Same Day.

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We are conveniently located at 1231 Eastchester Dr #120 High Point, NC 27265 between N Centennial, CO St and US HWY 311.

How does STD Testing work?

Getting tested and treated for sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STIs/STDs) should be straightforward and confidential. That is why we promise at AFC Urgent Care in High Point NC to ensure that we make you feel the most comfortable at your appointment. Most infections and some diseases can be cured. You can simply walk into our urgent care clinic, we specialize in sexual health, and can provide you with tests and treatment for many STIs/STDs.

You can start by making an appointment to visit AFC Urgent Care in High Point. We are conveniently located at 1231 Eastchester Dr #120 High Point, NC 27265. We treat patients on a walk-in basis, which means you can just show up without having an appointment. You might feel embarrassed, but there is absolutely no need – the doctors and medical professionals at our urgent care are very used to testing for all different kinds of infections and diseases. We will do our very best to explain everything to you and make you feel at ease while getting the proper care and information.

Where can I get tested for STDs?

You can walk into AFC Urgent Care in High Point whether you are male or female and regardless of whether or not you have STI/STD symptoms. Our STI/STD services and treatment is confidential.

How do you test for STDs?

STI/STD testing is quick, easy, and usually it does not hurt. Unfortunately, there is not one single test for all STIs/STDs — each one has its own unique test. Our doctors and medical professionals at AFC Urgent Care in High Point can help you figure out which test(s) you need. STI/STD testing may require us to collect the following:

  • Urine sample
  • Cheek swab
  • Blood sample
  • Physical – Where our nurse or doctor will exam you to check for warts, sores, rashes, irritation, or abnormal discharge
  • Samples of sores – Our nurse or doctor will take a sample of fluid from any sores or blisters you may have with a swab
  • Sample of discharge – Using a swab to gently take discharge or cell samples from the affected area

If you are currently sexually active or have been in the past, it is a great idea for you to get tested for all STIs/STDs whether or not you are showing any symptoms. Some STIs/STDs look and act alike, so you might be tested for a few different infections/diseases.

The doctors and medical professionals at AFC Urgent Care High Point may be able to tell right away if you have an STD. However, to be 100% sure, you will need testing and some of those tests may take some time to receive the results.

There are many ways for you to benefit when visiting AFC High Point Urgent Care. First, there is no appointments needed. We are open every day of the week and for extended hours. We also want to help you save some money, so see our special offers for coupons that may apply to your urgent care visit. In addition, we also offer a standard discounted rate for patients without insurance.

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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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