Complete STD Test

Finger Prick + Urine

Experience the ease and privacy of testing for common sexually transmitted diseases from the comfort of your home with our comprehensive STD test kit.

This kit includes tests for:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Trichomoniasis
  • HIV (HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies, and p24 antigen)



A third-party independent physician reviews and approves all diagnostic results.

Confidential Results

Receive your secure and confidential results through your online portal. View your results as soon as they are ready.

CLIA Laboratory

Our CLIA certification ensures the highest standards in quality assurance, using the same technology as laboratories in professional healthcare.

Discreetly tests for four common STDs from the privacy of your home.

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), commonly referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), are infections typically transmitted from one person to another through vaginal, anal, or oral intercourse. Despite the prevalence of many STDs, a significant number of infected individuals may not display any symptoms, remaining unaware of their condition and the potential to transmit the infection to others. Untreated STDs can result in severe health complications. Fortunately, most STDs can be easily tested for and effectively treated. Take the initiative to get tested today in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Why should you consider taking this test?

You should consider getting tested if:

  • You are sexually active
  • You have engaged in unprotected sex
  • You are entering a new relationship
  • You are exhibiting symptoms of an STD
  • You have had a partner who tested positive for an STD

If you suspect exposure to an STD, it’s important to note that there is a “window period” during which laboratory assays may not detect the infection. This period varies for each STD, with most being detectable within 2 to 4 weeks post-exposure, while others, like hepatitis C and syphilis, may not be detectable until 10-12 weeks post-exposure.

Common Symptoms:

Many people who are infected with a STD do not experience symptoms. If you are sexually active, a simple way to check for possible infections is to take an at-home STD test to keep yourself healthy and prevent the spread ofsexually transmitted diseases.

Here are a list of common symptoms associated with having a sexually transmitted disease:

  • Pain and burning while urinating
  • Rectal pain, swelling or discharge
  • Abnormal discharge
  • Bleeding after sex
  • Itching or burning of the genitals and/or anus
  • Rash in the genital area or anus

What’s included in the Complete STD Test?


Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis. It stands as the most commonly reported bacterial infection worldwide, particularly prevalent among individuals aged 15 to 24. When left untreated, Chlamydia can result in severe health complications; however, it can be easily treated with antibiotics.


Gonorrhea is an STD caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae, impacting the layer of cells lining the reproductive tract (mucous membranes). In women, gonorrhea infections may affect the cervix, uterus, and fallopian tubes, while in men, it affects the urethra. This bacterium can also infect the mucous membrane of the mouth, eyes, and rectum. Untreated Gonorrhea can lead to significant health complications, but it can be effectively treated with antibiotics.


Trichomoniasis is caused by the protozoa Trichomonas vaginalis, affecting the lower genital tract, vulva, vagina, cervix, or urethra in women. The urethra inside the penis is the most commonly infected body part in men. Despite its high prevalence, symptoms are present in only thirty (30%) percent of cases.‍

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

HIV is a lifelong virus which can be transmitted sexually. Though people living with HIV can live long, healthy and happy lives, if untreated, HIV can progress to Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Early detection is the best way to improve health outcomes and limit HIV exposure to sexual partners.

Be Proactive With Your Sexual Health

Bypass the doctor's appointment with our easy-to-use home STD tests.

Easily collect sample

Each kit includes everything you need to collect and ship your sample to the laboratory

Compact & discreet package

Collection kits are compact and shipped in unmarked packaging, maintaining your privacy throughout the delivery process.

Easily get results

Our secure online portal allows you to track the status of your order and view your results as soon as they are ready.

Private & confidential

Your data belongs to you. We do not share your data with any third party without your permission.

How it works

Activate your test

Activate your test here using the activation code provided inside your kit.

Collect sample

Your test kit includes everything you need to collect your samples in the privacy of your own home.

Mail samples to the lab

When you’re finished collecting your sample, simply mail them to the lab using the prepaid shipping envelope.

Receive your results

Receive confidential results in your secure online portal within 1-2 business days after testing begins.


Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about this test.

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Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can also be known as sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They are infections that are usually spread from person to person during vaginal, anal, and oral sex. Although many STDs are quite common, a lot of infected people do not show any symptoms, and are unaware that they have an STD and can pass the disease to others. Without treatment, STDs can lead to serious health complications. However, most STDs are easy to test for and can be effectively treated.

While it’s not possible to guarantee complete prevention, several measures can significantly reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Abstinence from vaginal, anal, or oral sex is the most effective method. Consistent and correct use of barrier methods, such as condoms, and fostering long-term, monogamous relationships with tested partners are also effective ways to prevent the transmission of STDs. Regular communication about sexual health and testing can further contribute to overall prevention efforts.

All testing is completely anonymized to ensure that your data is protected. Your samples are processed using alphanumeric codes to ensure confidentiality. Following testing, your samples are disposed of by our CAP accredited and CLIA approved laboratories.

In case of a positive result, promptly reach out to your healthcare provider or a medical professional to discuss your findings. Further testing may be necessary. It’s important to inform any recent sexual partners of your diagnosis so that they can also seek testing and appropriate medical attention.

Several factors are associated with an elevated risk of contracting an STD. Some of these factors include:

  • Engaging in unprotected sex – The risk of acquiring an STD is heightened through unprotected or inconsistent condom use during sexual activity.
  • Number of sexual partners – A greater number of sexual partners correlates with an increased risk of contracting an STD.
  • Biological sex – Females may face a higher risk of sexually transmitted infections due to factors such as biological susceptibility, anatomical differences, and societal factors influencing healthcare access and awareness.

Yes, your results are 100% confidential. No one will be able to access your account or your results unless you give them your confidential account login. You can change the password to your account at any time. Please remember to safeguard your login information and not share it with anyone.

No. You can send the kits back to the laboratory using any shipping method of your choosing. Please be advised that if you do not use the included prepaid return mailer to ship your samples, it is your responsibility to ensure that your samples arrive at the laboratory. We will not be able to provide assistance for shipments that do not use our prepaid return mailer.
The frequency of STD testing depends on various factors, including individual risk factors, sexual activity, and lifestyle. Here are some general recommendations:
  1. Annual Testing: For sexually active individuals not in a monogamous relationship, annual STD testing is often recommended.
  2. Before Starting a New Relationship: It’s advisable to get tested before starting a new sexual relationship or if entering a non-monogamous arrangement to ensure both partners’ health.
  3. During Pregnancy: Pregnant individuals are typically screened for STDs during their first prenatal visit, and additional testing may be recommended based on risk factors.
  4. After Potential Exposure: If there is a known or suspected exposure to an STD, testing should be done as soon as possible.
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