STD and HIV Tests 2017-07-17T12:31:41+00:00

STD Testing at InOut Labs

It can be embarrassing and uncomfortable to ask your doctor to be tested for a Sexually Transmitted Disease. And even if you test negative (most do), the test is still in your medical records — forever.
InOut Labs provides private, confidential* tests for all STDs and HIV.Same day testing available.
It’s better to know than not to know.
Left untreated, many sexually transmitted diseases can cause permanent harm to you brain, you organs and your ability to have children.
STD test information can be overwhelming. You may find this info helpful.

Venereal Disease (VD), Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), or whatever the name, they occur more often than many people think. If you’re at risk, the prices is too high and the stress of not knowing will take its toll. Get tested today. And if you have something, get it treated before it harms you or someone else.

*note that even though records do not end up in your electronic medical records, the state of Illinois requires reporting of certain positive results and that you may be required to prove you were treated.

Peace of Mind

The vast majority of our customers order STD tests for their own peace of mind. It’s much better to know than not to know..

  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea NNA
  • Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type 2-Specific Antibodies, IgG
  • Syphilis (RPR)
  • Hepatitis Profile (Hep A, B and C)*
  • HIV (4th generation)
  • Trichomoniasis

    *Hepatitis Profile includes: Hepatitis A antibody, IgM; hepatitis B core antibody, IgM; hepatitis B surface antigen; hepatitis C virus

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  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea

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Trichomonas vaginalis (tv) is the most prevalent treatable sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United States, with a prevalence recently estimated at 8.7% in women aged 18 to 81. Approximately 50% of women who test positive for infection have no symptoms. When to test: If you are sexually active, pregnant or considering pregnancy, or at increased risk for this sexually transmitted disease (STD); if you are a woman with symptoms of infection, such as a strong-smelling vaginal discharge, genital itching, and/or pain during urination; if you are a man who has the frequent urge to urinate and/or a discharge from the urethra.

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  • Herpes: HSV Type 2-Specific Ab, IgG
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis Profile

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  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type 2-Specific Antibodies, IgG
  • Syphilis (RPR)
  • Hepatitis Profile (Hep A, B and C)*
  • HIV (4th generation)

*Hepatitis Profile includes: Hepatitis A antibody, IgM; hepatitis B core antibody, IgM; hepatitis B surface antigen; hepatitis C virus

How long after exposure can I test?

Most STDs won’t show up on a test right away. It can take weeks, or sometimes months, before an infection shows up. Every STD is a little different.

STDTypeTestSoonestRecommendedIf I Test Positive, Do I Need to Get Retested After Treatment?
HIVViralHuman Immunodeficiency Virus 1/O/2 (HIV-1/O/2) Antigen/Antibody (Fourth Generation)90 Days180 DaysRetesting is not necessary, since HIV is a virus and remains in your system for life. Seek treatment if you test positive for HIV.
HIVViralHIV/HTLV, DNA PCR With Antibodies, ICMA28 DaysRetesting is not necessary, since HIV is a virus and remains in your system for life. Seek treatment if you test positive for HIV.
HerpesViralHSV Type 2-Specific Ab, IgG21 Days180 DaysEven if you tested negative for Genital Herpes, it is advised to retest after 3 months to confirm the initial results.
HerpesViralHSV igM, I, II Combo (NOT SPECIFIC TO TYPE I OR II)10 Days30 DaysIf you tested negative, get retested frequently if you have unprotected oral sex or come in contact with Herpes 1 fluids like saliva or semen.
Hepatitis AViralHepatitis Panel, Acute (4)15 Days60 DaysRetesting is not necessary, since Hepatitis A is a virus, and remains in your system for life.
Hepatitis BViralHepatitis Panel, Acute (4)45 Days180 DaysRetesting is not necessary, since Hepatitis B is a virus, and remains in your system for life.
Hepatitis CViralHepatitis Panel, Acute (4)14 Days180 DaysGet retested after 3 months to confirm your initial test results.
SyphilisBacterialSyphilis10 Days90 DaysGet tested again after 3 months to ensure that you are clear of the Treponema pallidum bacteria.
ChlamydiaBacterialChlamydia/Gonorrhea NNA – urine3 Days7 DaysGet tested again 2 weeks after treatment to ensure that you are clear of the Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria.
GonorrheaBacterialChlamydia/Gonorrhea NNA – urine3 Days7 DaysGet tested 2 weeks after being treated to ensure that you are clear of the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria.