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Many sexually-transmitted diseases, commonly called STDs or STIs, do not display symptoms until after they have already done serious damage to the body. The good news, though, is most STDs are curable, and all are treatable. Although most people are aware that STDs are harmful, many go untested and therefore, untreated. Don’t put off STD testing and simply hope for the best. AFC Urgent Care West Islip offers the convenience of walk-in STD testing and our staff is totally discreet and protects your privacy, so the choice to come in for a quick test is easy. We proudly provide STD testing services in West Islip to ensure your peace of mind and health.
Our STD tests check for the following common sexually-transmitted infections:
Your physician will conduct a judgement-free interview to determine which tests are most appropriate for you. Depending on the test or tests you have, collection of blood, urine, or tissue samples may be necessary.
Interested in fast, reliable STD testing services? Simply come to our walk-in clinic today for a quick, easy visit!
Those who are sexually active, especially with multiple partners, are highly recommended for regular STD tests. If you have had sex with a new partner without a condom, it’s important to be tested. Remember, most STDs have no symptoms in their early stages, but left untreated, can cause permanent health problems, such as infertility. What’s more, you could spread your infection to a partner if you are left untreated.
While not all STDs will show symptoms, you should be tested as soon as possible if you notice the following in your genital area:
Getting tested ensures not only your own health, but the health of your current and future partners, as well. You can request STD testing at AFC Urgent Care West Islip regardless of the initial reason for your urgent care visit.
Get tested today! We offer quick testing and reliable STD treatment. Call (631) 400-3430.
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.