STD Testing in Connecticut
Are you worried that you may have contracted a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? Get tested quickly at any DOCS Primary Care facility in Connecticut. You can speak in confidentiality with your primary care physician and receiving testing to check your current state of health.
It may be difficult to consult with your physician about these health problems so we offer patients walk-in service that is confidential and non-judgemental.
Our primary care providers can administer a specific STD test depending on your symptoms. While we make you feel comfortable in our non-judgemental offices, we’ll provide your results in a timely manner. Make an appointment at one of our primary care facilities today.
Our Connecticut Locations Offering STD Testing
What to Know about STD Testing
What happens during an std testing?
STD Testing is a fast and easy process that can be diagnosed based on visual evaluations as well as various swab tests. Several samples will be collected from the patient to provide a more accurate correct diagnosis.
Presuming your sexual partner has passed an STD to you can be greatly disturbing but don’t hold off until you start to show symptoms to come in for a test. No matter if you have questions or require testing, our medical staff and primary care physicians can help.
Types of Testing:
Urine or blood sample
*Swabs (mouth, genitals, sores, discharge)
We have a straightforward approach when it comes to STD testing. We begin by gathering your general health information, including your current and previous sexual activity. While some conditions can be identified based on the skin’s appearance such as Herpes or Genital Warts (HPV), others are not as apparent. We take samples and test the specimen once we are through. Often we have the results in the same visit so we can send you home with your treatment.
What Types of Treatment are available at OUR PRIMARY CARE FACILITIES IN CT?
First, we can treat the following STD’s:
Unfortunately, few STD tests are unable to be analyzed during the same visit. If it can’t be determined the same day, you will be contacted by our offices with your results. Testing is always done confidentially to preserve the privacy of our patients. If you have any concerns or questions about your treatment, please talk with our medical staff in our Connecticut offices.
When Should You Get Tested?
Do not wait until you experience pain, discomfort, or visual effects of an STD to get tested, you can be administered these tests simply to ensure your safety. Regularly use proper protection during sex to lessen your chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease. In the event that you suspect an STD, avoid sexual activity and visit your primary care physician at one of our DOCS locations in Connecticut.
Our trusted medical staff is open to assist you with medical needs and concerns that you may have. We pride ourselves with administering high-quality care and delivering results and diagnosis efficiently.
The Care You Need, When You Need It in Connecticut
DOCS Urgent Care of Bethel is part of the large DOCS Urgent Care health network. The DOCS Urgent Care locations are run by board-certified health care professionals committed to providing you with safe, confidential STD testing. Our goal is to provide our patients with quality care at the most affordable price.