8 Test Panel

Our doctors recommend testing for the most common STDs:

  • Chlamydia
  • Herpes 1
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes 2
  • Hepatitis B
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphilis
  • $299.95
  • $499.95
    (Detects HIV up to one week earlier, if present.)

NOTE: If you know you’ve been exposed to HIV or Hepatitis B in the last 72 hours, please go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic immediately to receive preventive treatment.

How testing works
  • Lab Visit

    Provide a blood and/or urine sample. Just 15 minutes, no appointment needed.

  • Result Turnaround

    Results delivered online in 3 business days or less.

  • Connect to Care

    Speak to a doctor, receive treatment, and/or find local care if needed.

Lab Visit

Provide a blood and/or urine sample. Just 15 minutes, no appointment needed.

Result Turnaround

Results delivered online in 3 business days or less.

Connect to Care

Speak to a doctor, receive treatment, and/or find local care if needed.

More about the included tests

Chlamydia

Tell me about the Chlamydia Test.
Our doctors have selected the most effective chlamydia test on the market today. Unlike culture tests, which require undressing and swabbing, our test detects chlamydia trachomatis bacteria in urine. To be tested, you just urinate into a cup. No fasting or special preparation is required. View Video >

When should I test?
Wait for at least 10 — 14 days after possible exposure to chlamydia for the most accurate test results.

How much does it cost?
The individual Chlamydia Test is $99.95. This test is an essential STD test and included in all our doctor-recommended panels. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?
First, don't panic — we can help you. Chlamydia can be cured with antibiotics. If your test results indicate a chlamydia infection, our doctors will recommend an appropriate treatment plan, which may include prescription medication. (Please note: some states do not allow telephone-based prescriptions. Prescribing may also be limited by your medical history.)

Learn more about the Chlamydia Test

Gonorrhea

Tell me about the Gonorrhea Test.
Our doctors have selected the most effective gonorrhea test on the market today. Unlike culture tests, which require undressing and swabbing, our test detects Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria in urine. To be tested, you just urinate into a cup. No fasting or special preparation is required. View Video >

When should I test?
Wait for at least 7 — 10 days after possible exposure to gonorrhea for the most accurate test results.

If your test is positive and you receive treatment, experts recommend testing 3 weeks after treatment to confirm cure, as some gonorrhea types are resistant to certain antibiotics.

How much does it cost?

The individual Gonorrhea Test is $99.95. This test is an essential STD test and included in all our doctor-recommended panels. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?

First, don't panic — we can help you. Gonorrhea can be cured with antibiotics. However, some gonorrhea types are resistant to antibiotics. If your test results indicate you have gonorrhea, you will need to see a doctor to receive an antibiotic injection.

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Hepatitis B

If you know you've been exposed to hepatitis B in the last 72 hours, please go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic to receive the hepatitis B vaccine.

Tell me about the Hepatitis B test.
Our doctors have selected the most effective test to detect the hepatitis B virus in blood. The test detects both new (acute) and old (chronic) hepatitis B infections. To be tested, you will simply give a blood sample at the lab. No undressing or swabbing needed. The test does not require fasting or any kind of special preparation. View Video >

When should I test?
Most specialists agree that hepatitis testing is effective within six weeks of exposure. However, like many other STDs, it can take up to three months to test positive. Please view our STD testing windows to determine if now is the right time to test.

How much does it cost?
The individual Hepatitis B Test is $79.95. For optimal health and peace of mind, our doctors recommend testing for hepatitis B as part of a complete STD test panel. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are abnormal?
First, don't panic — we can help you. Hepatitis B is treatable and, in many cases, curable. Bed rest and drinking plenty of fluids can effectively treat most patients. However, in a small number of cases, hepatitis B can lead to serious liver disease. If your test results indicate you have contracted hepatitis B, our doctors will speak with you to explain your results and recommend further treatment with a specialist in your area.

Learn more about the Hepatitis B Test

Hepatitis C

Tell me about the Hepatitis C test.
Our doctors have selected the most effective test to detect the hepatitis C virus in blood. To be tested, you will simply give a blood sample at the lab. No undressing or swabbing needed. The test does not require fasting or any kind of special preparation. View Video >

When should I test?
We recommend testing now and testing again in 6 weeks. If you are only concerned about a single exposure, we recommend scheduling now for a test in 2 weeks. Then test again in 6 weeks from that date to confirm cure.

How much does it cost?
The individual Hepatitis C Test is $79.95. For optimal health and peace of mind, our doctors recommend testing for hepatitis C as part of a complete STD test panel. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?
First, don't panic — we can help you. Hepatitis C is curable and the vast majority of patients with Hepatitis C have no symptoms. However, it is important to work with a liver specialist (hepatologist), as long-term or chronic hepatitis C can result in liver failure. If your test results indicate you have contracted hepatitis C, our doctors will speak with you to explain your results and we will connect you with a local specialist who can provide further treatment.

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Herpes I & II

Tell me about the herpes test.
Our doctors have selected the herpes blood test recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). This test detects both type 1 herpes (HSV-1) and type 2 herpes (HSV-2). To be tested, you will simply give a blood sample at the lab. No undressing or swabbing needed. The test does not require fasting or any kind of special preparation. View Video >

When should I test?
The herpes 1 and herpes 2 viruses can take up to three months to test positive. Please view our STD testing windows to determine if now is the right time to test.

How much does it cost?
The individual Herpes Test (which will detect both herpes 1 and 2 viruses) is $169.95. For optimal health and peace of mind, our doctors recommend testing for herpes as part of a complete STD test panel. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?
First, don't panic — we can help you. A positive result for herpes 1 means the test detected signs of the virus, but not its location. Type 1 herpes is most often found around the mouth, but it can be located on the genitals and spread via oral sex. Most patients who carry the type 1 herpes virus don't know they have it. They often get it from physical contact with others. There is no way to tell how long you have had the virus.

A positive result for herpes 2 means the test detected signs of the virus, but cannot tell us whether or not you have ever had, or will ever have, a genital herpes outbreak.

Although herpes has no cure or vaccine, antiviral drugs can effectively manage symptoms and even suppress the virus to prevent outbreaks. If your test results indicate you have contracted either herpes virus, our doctors will speak with you to explain your results and recommend further treatment.

Learn more about the Herpes Test

HIV

If you know you've been exposed to HIV in the last 72 hours, please go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic immediately to receive anti-HIV medications.

Tell me about the HIV Antibody Test.
Our doctors have selected the most commonly used test for HIV screening. This blood test detects the antibodies to HIV, if present. To be tested, you will simply give a blood sample at the lab. No undressing or swabbing needed. The test does not require fasting or any kind of special preparation. View Video >

When should I test?
We recommend testing now and testing again in 6 weeks. If you are only concerned about a single exposure, we recommend scheduling now for a test in 2 weeks. Then test again in 6 weeks from that date to confirm cure. The testing window for HIV is a bit longer than some other common STDs. If you get tested for HIV immediately after you think you were exposed, your test results will not be accurate.

How much does it cost?
The individual HIV Antibody Test is $99.95. For optimal health and peace of mind, our doctors recommend testing for HIV as part of a complete STD test panel. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?
First, don't panic — we can help you. If HIV was detected in your blood sample, that same blood sample will be tested again to confirm the results, with no extra cost to you. Experts agree that another test should be run on a new blood sample as well, before making a formal diagnosis of HIV, and we agree with this recommendation.

Although there is no cure for HIV, an HIV infection does not mean that you have AIDS or that you will die from AIDS. In fact, thanks to powerful medications, people living with HIV often deal with health issues related to old age rather than complications from the virus.

If your tests are confirmed positive, our doctors will speak with you to explain your results and connect you with a local HIV specialist who can guide you through additional testing, treatment and next steps, if appropriate.

Learn more about the HIV Test

Syphilis

Tell me about the Syphilis Test.
Our doctors have selected the “gold standard” of syphilis tests. This blood test looks for antibodies to the syphilis virus. To be tested, you will simply give a blood sample at the lab. No undressing or swabbing needed. The test does not require fasting or any kind of special preparation. View Video >

When should I test?
We recommend testing now and testing again in 6 weeks. If you are only concerned about a single exposure, we recommend scheduling now for a test in 2 weeks. Then, test again in 6 weeks from that date to confirm cure.

How much does it cost?
The individual Syphilis Test is $79.95. For optimal health and peace of mind, our doctors recommend testing for syphilis as part of a complete STD test panel. Order the 8 Test Panel now

What should I do if my results are positive?
First, don't panic — we can help you. If your first test result is positive, we will automatically run another test, called a treponemal pallidum test, to confirm the result — with no additional cost to you.

Syphilis is a curable infection, especially when caught early. If your tests are confirmed positive, our doctors will speak with you to explain your results and connect you with a local specialist for additional testing, treatment and follow up to confirm cure.

Learn more about the Syphilis Test

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  • If you want to get tested for a new infection.

Not all STDs can be detected within the same timeframe. Our doctors recommend testing again in 6 weeks to ensure the most accurate results.

  • $299.95
  • $499.95
    (Detects HIV up to one week earlier, if present.)
Medical services included
Medical services included

STDtestexpress.com and our collaborator, Analyte Physicians Group, have helped more than 120,000 people get tested for common STDs. Our doctors have helped more than 16,000 people get the follow-up treatment they needed. We are proud to provide:

  • FDA-approved at CLIA-certified labs.
  • Fast results in 3 business days or less
  • Industry-best security and privacy practices
  • Live Care Advisors, available from 6am-10pm CT, 7 days a week
  • Doctor consultations, when appropriate
  • Treatment and/or referrals, when appropriate
Dr. Lisa Oldson, STD Expert