Our STD comprehensive 10-test panel covers the 10 most common STDs. If you get a positive result (excluding oral herpes), you will have the opportunity to ask a physician questions and possibly discuss your treatment options with a free included phone consultation. We offer two convenient purchasing methods: online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323. No preparation or fasting is necessary to take any of our STD tests. Our lab technicians only take a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam.

Call our trained counselors at 1-800-456-2323 day or night to get answers if you need them. Straightforward results mean everything is easy to understand as soon as you receive them. Our doctors can refer you to the proper specialist in your area if you get a positive result for some STDs. We are proud to provide our customers with secure payment processing and easy ways to pay for your STD tests with your credit or debit card, health savings account, e-check, PayPal, or a prepaid gift card with the Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express logo.

Our STI testing processes have been scrutinized by medical testing experts to ensure the highest quality. Cancellations made prior to visiting one of our testing sites result in a refund within 24 to 48 hours. Your STD test results are emailed and can be viewed on your laptop, smartphones or tablet. Finish your STD testing process in 5 minutes or less. Our South Carolina STD testing sites offer rapid STD and HIV RNA test results.

STDs and Infections in South Carolina

The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and South Carolina Department of Health calculate and publish data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in the state. It is important that you protect yourself by getting the facts about sexually transmitted diseases. Everybody in South Carolina can contract STDs.

  • As of 2011, there were over 14,000 people living with HIV in the state of South Carolina.
  • There were 795 new cases of HIV among South Carolina women between 2008 and 2011.
  • 2,344 Black South Carolina residents contracted HIV between 2008 and 2011.
  • Almost 65% of men living with HIV in South Carolina as of 2010 were infected by male-to-male sexual contact.
  • Between 2008 and 2011, 569 South Carolina residents aged 45 to 54 contracted HIV.

Using condoms or dental dams is one way to protect yourself. Infected people who are not aware of their disease often spread STDs throughout South Carolina. 1 out of 4 South Carolina young adults have been known to be positive for an STD. A few STIs, like Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines. Annually, the state of South Carolina collects sexually transmitted infection testing data.