Sexual Health Lab Services

Lab Test Price
HCG w/ Gestational Age Pregnancy testing using blood/serum testing, results are given using a gestational table to indicate fetal age. $49
STD Panel HIV, Hepatitis (B & C, Syphyllis, Gonorrhea, Herpes Simplex Virus (I & II), Chlamydia $229
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus $49
Herpes Simplex Virux (I & II) HSV Oral and Genital Herpes Simplex Virus $49
Syphyllis RPR Testing for Syphyllis $49
Gonorrhea Urine Testing for Gonorrhea, This sample is best collected after not voiding for several hours. $89
Chlamydia Urine Testing for Chlamydia, This sample is best collected after not voiding for several hours. $89
Hepatitis B Antigen Blood serum testing for Hepatitis B, a serious liver disease. $49
Hepatitis C Antigen Blood serum testing for Hepatitis C, a serious liver disease. $49
Chlamydia & Gonorrhea Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are both sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that are caused by a bacterium and have similar symptoms such as discharge and painful urination. Because of the similarity, ANY LAB TEST NOW offers a Value Panel that tests for both Chlamydia and Gonorrhea for one low price. $129
Trichomonas Urinalysis Male/Female This sample is best collected after not voiding for several hours. Trichomoniasis is a common, curable Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) that is caused by the parasite TrichomonasVaginalis.  It is spread through sexual contact and more than one million new cases occur in the United States every year.  Although many people are unaware of the STD it is becoming more and more common, with larger numbers of new cases of trichomoniasis each year than Syphilis, Chlamydia or Gonorrhea. $148
Hepatitis Panel Includes Hepatitis A, B & C. Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be contracted through unprotected sex, using contaminated needles, or other causes.  There are several types of hepatitis – each caused by a different hepatitis virus.
• Hepatitis A can be caused by consuming contaminated water or food.
• Hepatitis B can be contracted through sharing contaminated needles, having unprotected sex, or being exposed to infected blood from another person.
• Hepatitis C can be spread by blood from contaminated needles during drug use or tattooing as well as by having unprotected sex.