STD Testing Near Me in Dallas

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Dallas FDA Approved STD Testing Services

Confidential STD testing for your peace of mind.

If you suspect that you might have contracted a sexually transmitted disease, we can help. It’s important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. The following health care providers offer affordable and confidential Dallas STD testing.

A discreet and confidential STD test can take as little as 15 minutes and results are usually available within 3 business days. Your lab tests results will not appear on your primary medical records without your explicit permission. A telephone consult and treatment options are available to anyone with positive results from an std test at home.

Local, caring service you can trust.

The tests offered are the same tests that hospitals and medical professionals use. All tests are FDA approved or CLIA certified, and are some of the most sophisticated tests available for sexually-transmitted infection screening.

Most sexually transmitted diseases can be successfully treated with medication. The sooner you get tested, the faster you’ll be on the road to recovery.

The following service providers offer discreet STD testing in Dallas. They offer a wide variety of testing services to meet your medical needs.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Family Planning and Preventative Health Services, Addison Health Center
5290 Beltline Rd, Ste 134, Addison, Texas, 75254
972-991-1424 (main), 800-230-7526 (tollfree)

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Family Planning and Preventative Health Services, Plano Health Center
810 N Central Expy, Ste 116, Plano, Texas, 75074
972-424-6311 (main), 800-230-7526 (tollfree)

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Family Planning and Preventative Health Services, North Dallas Shelburne Health Center
9100 N Central Expy, Ste 169, Dallas, Texas, 75231
214-368-1485 (main), 800-230-7526 (tollfree)

HPV or genital warts symptoms

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a very common sexually transmitted infection among young adults, although it is also found in older age groups as well. Research suggests that the virus that causes genital warts is also linked to cervical cancer.

Not all HPV infections lead to genital warts. Some people who carry the virus can be symptom free. A health care provider can treat or remove genital warts. For females, a Pap smear test can detect changes in the cervix that can lead to cancer. A vaccine can protect against several types of HPV, thus helping prevent infection.

HIV / AIDS

Over 1.2 million people are currently living with HIV in the United States. Surprisingly, a fifth of that population are believed to be unaware of their infection. An estimated 1,129,127 have been infected with this disease since the disease first appeared. During 2010 alone, 47,129 people were infected with HIV and 33,015 were diagnosed with AIDS.

The disease knows no color, gender, or sexual preference. Statistics show that 77% of males are infected via male-male sexual relations. Women on the other hand, are more likely to contract the disease via heterosexual contact. Test for this disease are done via blood samples, oral swab, or urine test.