STD Testing in Connecticut
DOCS Urgent Care provides various locations across Connecticut with quick and easy confidential STD screenings and treatment. We offer our services at your convenience and make sure you’re comfortable then entire process.
DOCS Urgent Care is headed by board-certified providers all across Connecticut. We provide you the best care all at a lower rive. All of our locations offers only the highest-quality care for affordable prices. We accept most insurance and are open for walk-ins, no appointment necessary.
QUALITY, AFFORDABLE CARE
DOCS URGENT CARE – BETHEL
6 Stony Hill Rd.
Bethel, CT 06801
WEEKDAYS : 8AM-8PM
WEEKENDS : 8AM-4PM
What to Know about STD Testing
What happens during an std testing?
STD testing is a quick and painless process. We base our testing and results on your symptoms (sores, pain, discharge), type of sexual contact and medical and sexual history. One of our physicians will ask you a brief history of your sexual history in order to to get a better understanding of potential STDS that you may have been in contact with. Once more information is available, you will be able to test for appropriate STDS. There is no one single STD test, as different STDs are identified using different methods.
Depending on which test you need, we can either test the sample at the office, or we will have to send away to the lab for results. We understand asking for testing regarding a STD or STI can be uncomfortable, however, if you are having any symptoms, don’t suffer in silence. Not treating an STD can lead to extreme health risks.
Types of Testing:
- Urine or blood sample
- swabs (mouth, genitals, sores, discharge)
- physical exam
What Types of Treatment are available at DOCS Urgent Care of Connecticut?
First, we can treat the following STD’s:
- Hepatitis C
Once a physician properly diagnoses you, you will be given treatment options. If you are given antibiotics, it is best to fully follow intake instructions, even if the symptoms disappear quickly. In order for you and your future sexual partners to be healthy, contact DOCS Urgent Care offering walk-in services all across Connecticut.
When Should You Get Tested?
If you are sexually active, have multiple sexual partners, have recently had unprotected sex, an infection or symptoms, it is extremely beneficial that you get tested. Various STDS have different incubation periods. Contact one of our physicians if you’re unsure of what STD you may have contracted or if you feel symptoms. Some STDS don’t show any symptoms, getting tested is the safest option while being sexually active.
The Care When You Need It in Connecticut
DOCS Urgent Care proudly serves our Connecticut patients with easy and affordable care. Stop by your local location for effective and confidential STD diagnosis and treatment.