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.
- Herpes: HSV Type 2-Specific Ab, IgG
- Hepatitis Profile
- 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