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Monday, December 4, 2017

Different Types of STD Testing Methods


Do you know what the most dangerous thing about most STDs is? It’s that you could have one for years and not even realize it. Many STDs are asymptomatic until they are quite far advanced and, by the time you start seeing symptoms, permanent damage may have been done.

When to Get Tested
By not getting tested regularly, you are putting your health, fertility and even life at risk. If you are sexually active, and not in a committed relationship, making STD testing a part of your annual checkup is a really good idea.
And, don’t wait for your doctor to ask you about them – not all doctors will.
Aside from regular testing, you may need to get tested if you have had unsafe sex, have changed partners, or been in a relationship with more than one partner. If you feel that you may have contracted an STD, speak to your doctor or health care provider about getting tested. It is often the only way to know for sure whether or not you have an STD and, if you do, what type of STD you have.
Generally speaking, if you are between the ages of 13 to 64, and sexually active, you should get tested for STDs.

How Soon After Exposure Will I Know for Sure?
Depending on the type of STD, it may take some time for test results to show up positive. Speak to your health care practitioner about your concerns and get their recommendations. When it comes to HIV, for example, you should test at two to four weeks, at three months and then again at six months to be absolutely sure that you haven’t contracted the disease.

Who Can Do the Tests?
Check with your regular family physician or go to your nearest family planning clinic. They will normally also be able to help you with testing.

What Can I Expect During Testing?
What to expect during testing will depend on the STD being tested for. Some tests require that a blood sample be taken, some require a swab to be used and others require a urine sample from you.
Here is what you can expect during each test.
Chlamydia: You will need to give a urine sample or have the genital area swabbed. If you have also engaged in anal or oral sex, they will need to take a swab of your anus or mouth as well. Chlamydia may not show up in the urine or vagina but might be present in the anus or mouth.
Gonorrhea: You will either need to give a urine sample or have the genital area swabbed. As with Chlamydia, if you have engaged in anal or oral sex, your anus and mouth will need to be swabbed as well.
HIV: You will normally have a blood test done or have the inside of your mouth swabbed. Many clinics will advise you to go for counselling beforehand so that you can be emotionally prepared if the test comes out positive. The clinic may also allow you to be tested anonymously, if you prefer. Test results are completely confidential.
Genital Herpes (Asymptomatic): You will need to give a blood sample, especially in the absence of any symptoms. It is important to request a IgG test – specify that you want the IgG test in particular.
Genital Herpes (If You Have Got Sores): The initial test is done by taking a swab of the sore itself. However, even if this test shows negative, you should still have a blood test done to confirm the negative result as well. The swab test is only really accurate in the first 48 hours of the sore forming. The blood test is the best way to confirm that you really do not have genital herpes.
Syphilis: This involves either a blood test or a swab test of a sore, if you have them. According to the CDC, a pregnant woman should have a blood test for syphilis regardless of whether or not she feels she that she has been exposed to it. Infection can easily be carried over to the fetus and this can result in a miscarriage, a still birth or neurological problems.
Trichomoniasis: A swab will need to be taken either of the genitals or the discharge. Trichomoniasis is easier to detect in women because they will notice changes in vaginal secretions. Men might not have any discharge at all.
Genital Warts/ HPV: This is usual done through visual diagnoses. So, the practitioner will have to examine the warts to see. Swab tests of the cervix can detect abnormal cells that indicate the presence of cervical cancer. If abnormal cells are detected, you will need to go in for a biopsy.

Why Std Testing is So Important
It may be scary to think that you have an STD. There is still a very real stigma attached to having one. And, you may have to inform your previous sexual partner about testing positive. Put simply, it sucks to find out that you have an STD.
But, it may be even worse being blissfully ignorant. Some STDs, like chlamydia can be treated quite easily. However, if left unchecked, you run the risk of complications in terms of fertility. Falling pregnant may be difficult at a later stage and the chances of having an ectopic pregnancy increase. And all that could be avoided simply by taking some simple medication.
Of course, not all STDs can be cured. HIV is one of these and wondering whether or not you might have it is bound to be frightening. Knowledge is your best defense here. HIV is not a death sentence and you can still lead a full life if you have the disease. Knowing your status will enable you to get medical advice on how to manage things.
You should also consider your future sexual partners. Knowing your status when it comes to STDs allows you to take steps to protect them as well and prevent infecting them by accident.
All in all, getting tested for STDs is quick and simple – considering the small amount of time and effort, it is one of the best investments that you can make for your future health.

Friday, December 1, 2017

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Private STD TestingYour results will not be reported to your insurance company and, therefore, will not be placed on your permanent medical records.
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 10 Test Panel AdvantageWe offer the most comprehensive tests available. Our 10-Test Panel will test for all major STDs. We are the only company that offers hepatitis A tests in our panel.
 Doctor Consultation availableSpeak with one of our doctors if your test results come back positive. Doctors may prescribe treatment or refer you to a specialist.
 Fast STD Test ResultsResults are available within 1-2 days after your visit to a testing center. Call us anytime for a status update.
 100% SatisfactionWe want you to have the best testing experience possible. Our Care Advisors are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

How We Protect Your Privacy

The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guarantees your right to medical privacy and protects your health information from unsolicited access, fraud and abuse. STDcheck.com abides by this law, which also gives you the right to decide who can access your health information.
STDcheck.com will not solicit you by phone or mail. All communication will be conducted via email from "FPK Services," and charges on your debit or credit card statement will appear as “Medology”.

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LabCorp
1101 Madison St Ste 306
Seattle, WA 98104
LabCorp
1229 Madison St Ste 610
Seattle, WA 98104
LabCorp
550 17Th Ave Ste 200
Seattle, WA 98122
LabCorp
5300 Tallman Ave Nw
Seattle, WA 98107
LabCorp
6300 9Th Ave Ne 360
Seattle, WA 98115
LabCorp
5414 Barnes Ave Nw 2
Seattle, WA 98107
Quest Diagnostics
300 Bellevue Way Ne
Bellevue, WA 98004
LabCorp
1310 116Th Ave Ne Suite R
Bellevue, WA 98004
LabCorp
2020 116Th Ave Ne Ste 170
Bellevue, WA 98004
Quest Diagnostics
1645 140Th Ne Ave
Bellevue, WA 98005
Quest Diagnostics
12519 Ne 85Th St
Kirkland, WA 98033
LabCorp
15611 Bel-Red Rd Suite C
Bellevue, WA 98008
Quest Diagnostics
10020 Ne 137Th St
Kirkland, WA 98034
LabCorp
12911 120Th Ave Ne Ste D60
Kirkland, WA 98034
LabCorp
920 N 1St Street
Renton, WA 98057
Quest Diagnostics
1412 Sw 43Rd Street, Suite 101
Renton, WA 98057
LabCorp
21616 76Th Ave W Suite 207
Edmonds, WA 98026
Quest Diagnostics
735 Nw Gilman Blvd
Issaquah, WA 98027
LabCorp
450 Nw Gilman Blvd Ste 101
Issaquah, WA 98027
LabCorp
450 S Kitsap Blvd Ste 144
Port Orchard, WA 98366
LabCorp
20730 Bond Rd Ne Suite 105
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Quest Diagnostics
1207 S 320Th St
Federal Way, WA 98003
LabCorp
1 E Main St Ste 130
Auburn, WA 98002
Quest Diagnostics
4831 Point Fosdick Dr Nw
Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Monday, November 20, 2017

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Benefits of Confidential STD Testing

Private STD TestingYour results will not be reported to your insurance company and, therefore, will not be placed on your permanent medical records.
 Quick & DiscreetTesting takes only a few minutes. No questions are asked and no paperwork is required. Provide a urine or blood sample and you are done.
 10 Test Panel AdvantageWe offer the most comprehensive tests available. Our 10-Test Panel will test for all major STDs. We are the only company that offers hepatitis A tests in our panel.
 Doctor Consultation availableSpeak with one of our doctors if your test results come back positive. Doctors may prescribe treatment or refer you to a specialist.
 Fast STD Test ResultsResults are available within 1-2 days after your visit to a testing center. Call us anytime for a status update.
 100% SatisfactionWe want you to have the best testing experience possible. Our Care Advisors are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

How We Protect Your Privacy

The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guarantees your right to medical privacy and protects your health information from unsolicited access, fraud and abuse. STDcheck.com abides by this law, which also gives you the right to decide who can access your health information. STDcheck.com will not solicit you by phone or mail. All communication will be conducted via email from "FPK Services," and charges on your debit or credit card statement will appear as “Medology”.

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  • LabCorp

    4207 James Casey St Ste 101 Austin, TX 78745

  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    4315 James Casey, 101 Austin, TX 78745
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2025 W Ben White Blvd Austin, TX 78704
  • Quest Diagnostics

    3300 Bee Caves Rd Ste 500 West Lake Hills, TX 78746
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    2911 Medical Arts Sq Ste 4 Austin, TX 78705
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    1111 W 34th St Ste 100 Austin, TX 78705
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    631 W. 38th Street Austin, TX 78705
  • LabCorp

    711 W 38Th St Suite B-2 Austin, TX 78705
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    1301 W 38th St Ste 115 Austin, TX 78705
  • Quest Diagnostics

    3708 Jefferson Street, Suite B Austin, TX 78731
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    9701 Brodie Lane Ste 103 Austin, TX 78748
  • Quest Diagnostics

    9911 Brodie Lane Austin, TX 78704
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    5625 Eiger Road, Ste 120 Austin, TX 78735
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    5656 Bee Caves Rd Ste K-101 Austin, TX 78746
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    5656 Bee Caves Rd Ste K-101 Westlake Hills, TX 78746
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    6836 Austin Center Blvd Austin, TX 78731
  • Quest Diagnostics

    10900 Research Blvd Ste D Austin, TX 78759
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    7011 Ribelin Ranch Dr. Ste 300 Austin, TX 78730
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    12201 Renfert Way Ste 330 Austin, TX 78758
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    11673 Jollyville Rd, Ste 106 Austin, TX 78759
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    14008 Shadow Glen Blvd. Ste 301 Manor, TX 78653
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    2013 Wells Branch Pkwy Ste 115 Austin, TX 78728
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2301 Ranch Rd 620 South Lakeway, TX 78734
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    135 Bunton Creek Rd Ste 103 Kyle, TX 78640
  • Clinical Pathology Labs

    2500 S. Lakeline Blvd Ste 203 Cedar Park, TX 78613

Friday, November 17, 2017

What is Gonorrhea

What is Gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea is a common bacterial infection that’s easily cured with antibiotic medicine. It’s sexually transmitted, and most people with gonorrhea don’t have symptoms.

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One of the most common STDs

Gonorrhea is a very common sexually transmitted infection, especially for teens and people in their 20s. Gonorrhea is sometimes called “the clap” or “the drip.” gonorrhea-the-clap-1Gonorrhea is spread through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. The infection is carried in semen (cum), pre-cum, and vaginal fluids. Gonorrhea can infect your penis, vagina, cervix, anus, urethra, throat, and eyes (but that’s rare). Most people with gonorrhea don’t have any symptoms and feel totally fine, so they might not even know they’re infected. Gonorrhea is usually easily cured with antibiotics. But if you don’t treat gonorrhea early enough, it can lead to more serious health problems in the future. That’s why STD testing is so important — the sooner you know you have gonorrhea, the faster you can get rid of it. You can help prevent gonorrhea by using condoms every time you have sex.

How do you get gonorrhea?

People usually get gonorrhea from having unprotected sex with someone who has the infection. Gonorrhea is spread when semen(cum), pre-cum, and vaginal fluids get on or inside your genitals, anus, or mouth. Gonorrhea can be passed even if the penis doesn’t go all the way in the vagina or anus. The main ways people get gonorrhea are from having vaginal sex, anal sex, or oral sex. You can also get gonorrhea by touching your eye if you have infected fluids on your hand. Gonorrhea can also be spread to a baby during birth if the mother has it. Gonorrhea isn’t spread through casual contact, so you CAN’T get it from sharing food or drinks, kissing, hugging, holding hands, coughing, sneezing, or sitting on toilet seats. Many people with gonorrhea don’t have any symptoms, but they can still spread the infection to others. So using condoms and/or dental dams every time you have sex is the best way to help prevent gonorrhea — even if you and your partner seem totally healthy.
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  • Gonorrhea
  • What are the symptoms of gonorrhea?
  • Should I get tested for gonorrhea?
  • How do I get treated for gonorrhea?
  • How do I prevent gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea doesn’t always have symptoms, so many people don’t know they’ve got it. But if you do notice signs of gonorrhea, get tested right away. Here’s what to look for.

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Gonorrhea doesn’t always have symptoms.gonorrhea cdc fact sheet

Gonorrhea can be tricky, because you or your partner may not have any symptoms. Or the signs of gonorrhea may be so mild you don’t even notice them. Sometimes people confuse gonorrhea symptoms with other infections. Lots of people don’t even realize they have gonorrhea — that’s part of the reason why it’s such a common infection (and why it’s so important to get tested). Gonorrhea can lead to serious health problems and even infertility if you don’t treat it. But it’s usually easy to cure it with medicine. This is why regular STD testing is so important, no matter how healthy you feel.

Symptoms of gonorrhea.

Most people with vaginas who get gonorrhea don’t have any symptoms. If they do, gonorrhea symptoms show up within about a week of being infected. These include:
  • Pain or burning feeling when you pee
  • Abnormal discharge from the vagina that may be yellowish or bloody
  • Bleeding between periods
People with penises are more likely to have symptoms if they get gonorrhea. The symptoms usually begin within a week after they get the infection. These include:
  • Yellow, white, or green discharge from your penis
  • Pain or burning feeling when you pee
  • Pain or swelling in your testicles
Gonorrhea can also infect your anus if you have anal sex, or you may spread the infection to your anus from another part of your body (like by wiping after you go to the bathroom). Anal gonorrhea often doesn’t have any symptoms. But signs of gonorrhea in your anus can include:
  • Itching in or around your anus
  • Discharge from your anus
  • Pain when you poop
Gonorrhea infections in the throat also rarely cause symptoms. If symptoms do show up, it’s usually just a sore throat. If you or your sexual partner(s) have any of these symptoms, go to a nurse, doctor, or your local Planned Parenthood Health Center. It’s especially important to get checked out if you’re pregnant. The only way to know for sure if you have gonorrhea is to get tested.
In This Section
  • Gonorrhea
  • What are the symptoms of gonorrhea?
  • Should I get tested for gonorrhea?
  • How do I get treated for gonorrhea?
  • How do I prevent gonorrhea?

Getting tested is the only way to find out if you have gonorrhea. People who have sex should get tested regularly. Gonorrhea tests are generally quick, painless, and sometimes free.

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How do I know if I have gonorrhea?

You can’t tell for sure if you have gonorrhea just by the way you feel. Like all STDs, the only way to know if you have gonorrhea is to get tested — whether or not you have symptoms. If you think you have gonorrhea symptoms, get tested. Testing is also a good idea if you’ve had unprotected sex or if someone you’ve had sex with has gonorrhea (even if you don’t have symptoms). In general, people who are sexually active should get tested for STDs, including gonorrhea, about once a year. If you’re pregnant, get tested for gonorrhea at your first prenatal visit. Want to know if you should be tested for gonorrhea? Check out this quiz to find out. Luckily, gonorrhea testing is usually pretty easy and painless. The best part about getting tested for STDs? Once you get it over with, it can really put your mind at ease. And if you DO have gonorrhea, it’s best to know right away so you can take medication and get better as soon as possible.

What happens during a gonorrhea test?

Gonorrhea testing can be as easy as peeing in a cup. Your nurse or doctor may test any discharge that comes from your urethra, vagina, or anus. Sometimes they’ll use a swab to take cell samples from your penis, cervix, urethra, anus, or throat. The samples are tested for gonorrhea bacteria. Gonorrhea can have symptoms that look like other common STDs like chlamydia, so your nurse or doctor might test you for a few infections. The idea of getting tested may seem scary, but try to relax. STD testing is a regular part of being a responsible adult and taking care of your health. The good news is gonorrhea is totally curable with medicine — so the sooner you know you have it, the faster you can get rid of it.

Where can I get tested for gonorrhea?

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Monday, November 13, 2017

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Benefits of Confidential STD Testing

 Private STD TestingYour results will not be reported to your insurance company and, therefore, will not be placed on your permanent medical records.
 Quick & Discreet Testing takes only a few minutes. No questions are asked and no paperwork is required.
 10 Test Panel Advantage We offer the most comprehensive tests available. Our 10-Test Panel will test for all major STDs. We are the only company that offers hepatitis A tests in our panels.
 Doctor Consultation availableSpeak with one of our doctors if your test results come back positive. Doctors may prescribe treatment or refer you to a specialist.
 Fast STD Test ResultsResults are available within 1-2 days after your visit to a testing center. Call us anytime for a status update.
 100% SatisfactionWe want you to have the best testing experience possible. Our Care Advisors are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

How We Protect Your Privacy

The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guarantees your right to medical privacy and protects your health information from unsolicited access, fraud and abuse. STDcheck.com abides by this law, which also gives you the right to decide who can access your health information. STDcheck.com will not solicit you by phone or mail.

STD Test Centers Located in the Portland, Oregon Area

Please note that these STD Test Centers do not accept payment. You must place your order and submit payment over the phone or online before visiting any of the STD Test Centers.

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Map of Std Testing Centers in Portland, Salem, and Eugene Areas
  • LabCorp

    17050 Pilkington Rd Suite 220 Lake Oswego, OR 97035
  • Quest Diagnostics

    14555 Sw Teal Blvd Beaverton, OR 97007
  • Quest Diagnostics

    4320 Se King Rd Ste 260 Milwaukie, OR 97222
  • LabCorp

    9555 Sw Barnes Rd Ste 220 Portland, OR 97225
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2351 Nw Westover Rd Suite R250 Portland, OR 97210
  • Quest Diagnostics

    13485 Nw Cornell Rd Portland, OR 97229
  • LabCorp

    10373 Ne Hancock St Suite 122 Portland, OR 97220
  • Quest Diagnostics

    221 Ne 122Nd Ave Portland, OR 97230
  • Quest Diagnostics

    8614 E Mill Plain Boulevard, Suite 120 Vancouver, WA 98664
  • Quest Diagnostics

    400 Ne Mother Joseph Pl Vancouver, WA 98664
  • Quest Diagnostics

    505 Ne 87Th Ave Ste 140 Vancouver, WA 98664
  • Quest Diagnostics

    4990 River Rd N Keizer, OR 97303
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1275 Wallace Road NW Salem, OR 97304
  • Quest Diagnostics

    5660 Commercial St Se Salem, OR 97306
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1615 Delaware St Longview, WA 98632
  • Quest Diagnostics

    450 Sw 3Rd St Corvallis, OR 97333
  • Quest Diagnostics

    3250 Leif Erickson Dr Astoria, OR 97103
  • Quest Diagnostics

    123 International Way Springfield, OR 97477
  • Quest Diagnostics

    217 Division Ave Ste A Eugene, OR 97404
  • Quest Diagnostics

    3377 Riverbend Dr Springfield, OR 97477
  • Quest Diagnostics

    3355 Riverbend Dr Springfield, OR 97477
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1755 Coburg Rd Eugene, OR 97401
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1500 Coburg Rd Eugene, OR 97401
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1980 Marcola Rd Springfield, OR 97477
  • LabCorp

    2400 Hartman Lane Springfield, OR 97477

Thursday, November 9, 2017

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Over 4,500 Confidential STD Testing Centers


Benefits of Confidential STD Testing

Private STD Testing Your results will not be reported to your insurance company and, therefore, will not be placed on your permanent medical records.
Quick & DiscreetTesting takes only a few minutes. No questions are asked and no paperwork is required. Provide a urine or blood sample and you are done.
10 Test Panel AdvantageWe offer the most comprehensive tests available. Our 10-Test Panel will test for all major STDs. We are the only company that offers hepatitis A tests in our panels.
Doctor Consultation availableSpeak with one of our doctors if your test results come back positive. Doctors may prescribe treatment or refer you to a specialist.
Fast STD Test ResultsResults are available within 1-2 days after your visit to a testing center. Call us anytime for a status update.
100% SatisfactionWe want you to have the best testing experience possible. Our Care Advisors are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

How We Protect Your Privacy

The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guarantees your right to medical privacy and protects your health information from unsolicited access, fraud and abuse. STDcheck.com abides by this law, which also gives you the right to decide who can access your health information. STDcheck.com will not solicit you by phone or mail. All communication will be conducted via email from "FPK Services," and charges on your debit or credit card statement will appear as “Medology”.

STD Test Centers Located in the San Francisco Area

Please note that these STD Test Centers do not accept payment. You must place your order and submit payment over the phone or online before visiting any of the STD Test Centers.


Here is a list of all of the available std testing centers in the san francisco area.
  • LabCorp

    2622 Ocean Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132
  • LabCorp

    1440 Southgate Ave Ste 2 Daly City, CA 94015
  • Quest Diagnostics

    901 Campus Dr, Ste 103 Daly City, CA 94015
  • Quest Diagnostics

    1640 VALENCIA ST STE 1B SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94110
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2480 Mission Street Suite 221 San Francisco, CA 94110
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2198 15Th St San Francisco, CA 94114
  • LabCorp

    148 Noe Street San Francisco, CA 94114
  • LabCorp

    2233 Post St Ste 105 San Francisco, CA 94115
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2201 Post St San Francisco, CA 94115
  • LabCorp

    2300 Sutter St Ste 102 San Francisco, CA 94115
  • LabCorp

    2100 Webster St Ste 420 San Francisco, CA 94115
  • Quest Diagnostics

    490 Post St Ste 914 San Francisco, CA 94102
  • LabCorp

    490 Post St Ste 419 San Francisco, CA 94102
  • LabCorp

    2000 Van Ness Ave Ste 215 San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Quest Diagnostics

    450 Sutter Street Ste 2540 San Francisco, CA 94108
  • Quest Diagnostics

    941 Clay St San Francisco, CA 94108
  • LabCorp

    728 Pacific Ave. Suite 401 San Francisco, CA 94133
  • LabCorp

    55 Francisco St. Ste 430 San Francisco, CA 94133
  • Quest Diagnostics

    120 S El Camino Real Ste 5 Millbrae, CA 94030
  • LabCorp

    1828 El Camino Real Ste 707 Burlingame, CA 94010
  • Quest Diagnostics

    2111 Whitehall Place, Suite D Alameda, CA 94501
  • Quest Diagnostics

    127 N San Mateo Dr San Mateo, CA 94401
  • Quest Diagnostics

    388 9Th St Ste 218A Oakland, CA 94607
  • LabCorp

    101 S San Mateo Dr Ste 107 San Mateo, CA 94401
  • LabCorp

    2412A Central Ave Alameda, CA 94501

Sunday, November 5, 2017

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Saturday, November 4, 2017

stds and your pregnancy: what you need to know

Planning Your Pregnancy and Get Tested for Stds

If you are trying to have a baby or are just thinking about it, it is not too early to start getting ready for pregnancy. Preconception health and health care focus on things you can do before and between pregnancies to increase the chances of having a healthy baby. For some women, getting their body ready for pregnancy takes a few months. For other women, it might take longer. Whether this is your first, second, or sixth baby, the following are important steps to help you get ready for the healthiest pregnancy possible.

1. Make a Plan and Take Action

Whether or not you’ve written them down, you’ve probably thought about your goals for having or not having children, and how to achieve those goals. For example, when you didn’t want to have a baby, you used effective birth control methods to achieve your goals. Now that you’re thinking about getting pregnant, it’s really important to take steps to achieve your goal—getting pregnant and having a healthy baby!

2. See Your Doctor

Before getting pregnant, talk to your doctor about preconception health care. Your doctor will want to discuss your health history and any medical conditions you currently have that could affect a pregnancy. He or she also will discuss any previous pregnancy problems, medicines that you currently are taking, vaccinations that you might need, and steps you can take before pregnancy to prevent certain birth defects.

3. Take 400 Micrograms of Folic Acid Every Day

Folic acid is a B vitamin. If a woman has enough folic acid in her body at least 1 month before and during pregnancy, it can help prevent major birth defects of the baby’s brain and spine.

4. Stop Drinking Alcohol, Smoking, and Using Street Drugs

Smoking, drinking alcohol, and using street drugs can cause many problems during pregnancy for a woman and her baby, such as premature birth, birth defects, and infant death.
If you are trying to get pregnant and cannot stop drinking, smoking, or using drugs―get help! Contact your doctor or local treatment center.
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5. Avoid Toxic Substances and Environmental Contaminants

Avoid toxic substances and other environmental contaminants harmful materials at work or at home, such as synthetic chemicals, metals, fertilizer, bug spray, and cat or rodent feces. These substances can hurt the reproductive systems of men and women. They can make it more difficult to get pregnant. Exposure to even small amounts during pregnancy, infancy, childhood, or puberty can lead to diseases. Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones from toxic substances at work and at home.

6. Reach and Maintain a Healthy Weight

People who are overweight or obese have a higher risk for many serious conditions, including complications during pregnancy, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers (endometrial, breast, and colon). People who are underweight are also at risk for serious health problems.
The key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight isn't about short-term dietary changes. It's about a lifestyle that includes healthy eating and regular physical activity.
If you are underweight, overweight, or obese, talk with your doctor about ways to reach and maintain a healthy weight before you get pregnant.

7. Get Help for Violence

Violence can lead to injury and death among women at any stage of life, including during pregnancy. The number of violent deaths experienced by women tells only part of the story. Many more survive violence and are left with lifelong physical and emotional scars.
If someone is violent toward you or you are violent toward your loved ones―get help. Violence destroys relationships and families.

8. Learn Your Family History

Collecting your family's health history can be important for your child's health. You might not realize that your sister’s heart defect or your cousin’s sickle cell disease could affect your child, but sharing this family history information with your doctor can be important.
Based on your family history, your doctor might refer you for genetic counseling. Other reasons people go for genetic counseling include having had several miscarriages, infant deaths, or trouble getting pregnant (infertility), or a genetic condition or birth defect that occurred during a previous pregnancy.

9. Get Mentally Healthy

Mental health is how we think, feel, and act as we cope with life. To be at your best, you need to feel good about your life and value yourself. Everyone feels worried, anxious, sad, or stressed sometimes. However, if these feelings do not go away and they interfere with your daily life, get help. Talk with your doctor or another health professional about your feelings and treatment options.

10. Get a Full Panel Std Test and Have a Healthy Pregnancy!

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

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