Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing

SMS Medical provides simple, accessible testing for the most commonly encountered sexually transmitted infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, Trichomoniasis, Mycoplasma Genitalium and HIV.

The frequency of testing will depend on your sexual behavior and individual risk factors such as:

Multiple Sexual Partners
History of STDs
Pregnant or trying to conceive
Unprotected sex
STI symptoms

Discover the advantages of testing with us

Fast Testing

You will receive your results typically within 24 to 48 hours after testing.


Your privacy is our top priority, and all STD test results are treated with the utmost confidentiality.

Accurate Results

Our skilled and experienced healthcare professionals are trained to perform STD tests accurately and with precision.


Custom STD Panel Test
$15 and up
  • Pick Individual Tests
  • RPR (Syphilis) - $15
  • HIV 1/2 - $40
  • Herpes Simplex Virus I, IgG - $43
  • Herpes Simplex Virus II, IgG - $43
  • Gonorrhea - $75
  • Chlamydia - $75
  • Hepatitis A/B/C - $23 each
  • Trichomoniasis a.k.a Trich - $99
  • Mycoplasma Genitalium - $99
Standard STD Panel Test
  • HIV 1/2
  • RPR (Syphilis)
  • Herpes Simplex Virus I, IgG
  • Herpes Simplex Virus II, IgG
Gonorrhea & Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia

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Please note that this quiz is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. We recommend that you consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best course of action for your individual situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does STD testing work?

Upon receipt of your sample at our laboratory, our skilled team of laboratory technicians will conduct a thorough analysis and provide you and/or your healthcare provider with the results within 24-48 hours.

How long does it take for STD to show up?
Depending on the STD, a person's immune system, and the type of testing used, it may take days, weeks, or months for symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease (STD) to manifest.

Here are some examples:

Chlamydia: Symptoms may appear within a few days to several weeks after exposure. However, many people with chlamydia may not have symptoms.

Gonorrhea: Symptoms may appear within a few days to a few weeks after exposure. However, like chlamydia, many people with gonorrhea may not have symptoms.

Syphilis: Symptoms may appear within a few days to several weeks after exposure, but can take up to several months to appear.

HIV: It can take several weeks to several months for the body to produce enough antibodies to be detectable in standard HIV tests.

Herpes: Symptoms may appear within a few days to several weeks after exposure, but it's also common for people to have no symptoms at all.

Even if no symptoms are present, a person may still be infected with an STD and pass it on to others, making regular testing important, particularly for those who have multiple partners or have unprotected sex.
How often do people have STDs and not know?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that a large number of individuals who are afflicted with chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and HIV may remain unaware of their condition since many of these infections don't show any outwardly apparent signs or symptoms.

Commonly referred to as "silent" infections, those infected may experience little to no physical indications, making it easier for them to go undiagnosed and untreated, thus leading to the potential for harm to their reproductive systems.
Should I get tested after every partner?
Regardless of the number of sexual partners, individuals should make it a priority to get tested for STIs on a regular basis. Factors that determine the frequency of testing include sexual activity, the amount of partners, and whether condoms are used or not.

For those who have had a new sexual partner, getting tested is a must, as it allows both partners to know their health status and protect themselves against the spread of infection. Additionally, honest and open communication about testing and STI status is essential in maintaining good health.