STD testing

  1. How is an STD test done?

    How is an STD test done?
    A rapid STD test kit is a simple-to-perform test that comes with an easy-to-understand manual. Depending on the type of the disease, it might require a swab or blood sample. Blood samples are always obtainable through a fingerstick device. Collecting a swab sample might differ, depending on the disease and the gender of the individual. Following, we will go through some of the most common STDs and their respective rapid test kits. Swab sample STD test kits The STD... → Continue reading
  2. STD testing and pregnancy

    STD testing and pregnancy
    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are the result of infections acquired through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Anybody can get or spread an STD, regardless of their age or gender. Symptoms of STDs vary and may take a while to appear. Some teenagers or adults are entirely asymptomatic. Diagnosis in these cases is almost impossible to make without testing. Data and guidelines on STDs are different according to each social minority. For example, men who have sex with men... → Continue reading

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