- Hepatitis C
- HIV (1&2)
- Herpes Type 2
Gonorrhea is caused by a specific bacteria known as Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Gonorrhea is common and can be cured.
Syphilis is caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum. While this used to be a rare STD, it has been on the rise since 2005.
Chlamydia is caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is very common and easily cured.
Trichomoniasis (or “Trich”) is a very common infection caused by a protozoan parasite called Trichomonas vaginalis. Most people, about 70%, who have the parasite have no symptoms.
We’re all adults here but let’s face it, STD testing isn’t exactly fun and no matter how comfortable you are with talking about your sex life, testing can often feel like an invasion of privacy at the minimum. Anyone who's sexually active should engage in regular STD testing, and we're excited to make testing easier and more discreet than ever before.
The frequency of necessary testing really varies based on how active you are and if you’re currently outside of a monogamous relationship. The CDC recommends every 3-12 months depending on risk category, but most medical professionals would agree that a yearly STD test is the minimum responsible frequency and testing should be done more if -- and when -- you engage in unprotected sex with a new partner. Preventing the spread of STIs and STDs is everybody’s responsibility and knowing your status is a great way to do your part while also keeping yourself healthy.
Our comprehensive STD Test is taken in the privacy of your own home and covers many common sexually transmitted diseases including:
- Hepatitis C
- Herpes Type 2 (HSV Type 2)
- HIV (1&2)
The women’s sexual health test requires two samples – blood spot and vaginal swab. All necessary components are included inside the kit. We provide easy-to-read instructions and the collection process is quick. Simply follow a few steps and return your at-sample to our lab for processing.
This test will accurately tell you whether or not you have Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, or Trichomoniasis, and if you have been exposed to HIV, Hepatitis C, Syphilis and HSV Type 2. As with all of EverlyWell’s tests, our at-home STD Test is taken in the privacy of your own home.
Once you return your test sample to our lab and your sample is processed, you’ll be notified via email that your results are ready. You will receive your results through an easy-to-understand report on our secure online platform.
The STD test checks whether or not you test positive for a variety of sexually transmitted diseases. In the event that your test results are abnormal, a board-certified physician in your state will contact you at no additional cost to discuss your particular case and prescribe medication where applicable.
We take customer privacy very seriously and only you will have access to this information. As is the case with all STD testing -- whether through EverlyWell or your doctor -- some positive results require a report to state health departments by law. This is only done to track infection prevalence. If you test positive for Chlamydia, Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis C, or Gonorrhea, EverlyWell’s physician network will report this data to your state health board for tracking.
In rare cases, testing for these conditions can be inconclusive based on when you were exposed. These results, called "indeterminate", do not mean that your results are going to be abnormal, it just means that the testing was unable to provide a clear answer at this time. Don’t take a chance on your sexual health. Know where you stand with our comprehensive at-home STD test.
- Insurance Coverage FAQ
- When will my results be ready?
- In which states can I purchase a kit?
- How long does the testing process take?
- What biomarkers are included in each panel?
- Should I share my results with my physician?
- After possible exposure, how soon should I test for STDs?
- Is EverlyWell covered by insurance?
- Will my results vary from another lab?
- How do I use HSA/FSA benefits to pay for EverlyWell?
- Will you share these results with my doctor?
- Prescription Availability By State
- If I test positive for an STD, what should I do?
- How do I test myself with EverlyWell’s at-home STD test?
- How secure is your data?
- Are your tests available outside of the United States?
- Is my test really confidential?
- Is the shipping and packaging discreet? How exactly?
- Why test at home instead of a local clinic?
- What are the infection rates of the most common STDs?
- Do I need to sign for my package when it arrives?
- What STDs does EverlyWell screen for?
- Who will have access to my results?
- How to collect a vaginal swab sample
- How to collect my urine sample for STD Testing
- What are STD symptoms for men & women?
- How many people have STDs?
- Table of STD Symptoms
- Can I contract the same STD multiple times?
- Why should I get tested?
- How frequently should I get tested?
- Can my partner and I both get tested?
- What is the difference between HIV & AIDS?
- What Are STDs/STIs?
- What are ways to reduce STD infection?
- How Does At-Home STD Testing Work?
- What are associated symptoms of the STDs we test for?