Rapid AIDS Testing in Charlotte *STEP ONE* Schedule your Testing online.

Buy the AIDS Testing
Just schedule the screening by calling or on line here. Connect with AIDS Testing clinics in the Charlotte region that make getting tested for STDs a quick and convenient process. Click here for $10 off your STD Testing.

Rapid AIDS Testing - The Privacy Rule.
Your overall condition is an extremely confidential issue. Your confidentiality is incredibly crucial. All AIDS Testing clinics have to obey the HIPAA Privacy Rule which guarantees your right to keep things private by keeping your test information protected.


Rapid AIDS Testing *STEP TWO* Head to a Testing clinic.

GO TO A LOCAL Testing clinic in the Charlotte area
There are countless Testing clinics to pick from so getting to a screening center is convenient. All you have to do is plug in your zip code to obtain a list of labs that are available. Because the testing is ordered and paid online, it can be set when you arrive. There is no delay, no form-filling or appointment required. They aim to have you on your way confidentially and within minutes. All you have to do is give a fast urine or blood sample, depending on the test you select, and you can go home. All Charlotte Testing clinics are available on Monday through Friday. Most labs are also open on Saturday. Click here for $10 off your STD Testing.

Rapid AIDS Testing *STEP THREE* Understand the conclusions and consult with a specialist in a complimentary consultation.

The AIDS Testing results are released by email in 1-2 days. Physicians are standing by to address any questions. Doctors are also open for a no-cost telephone consultation when positive test results occur. How will I know if I'm positive? Take a look at illustrated AIDS Testing findings here . Click here for $10 off your STD Testing.

You can ask questions once the screening is finished and results have been given. You will get a toll-free number so you can speak to a physician if your screening comes back abnormal. In particular situations, the doctor will recommend treatment options to help you get better. Early detection.