Affordable STD Testing in San Francisco *STEP ONE* Order online.

Same day testing is available. Order now and get tested today. Participating labs offering STD testing in San Francisco (and the surrounding area) make getting tested for sexually transmitted infections easy and fast. Order now and get an instant discount coupon for $10 off a complete STD testing.

Affordable STD Testing - Confidential Status Results
Your health, especially sexual health, is a very private and confidential matter. Confidentiality and privacy is extremely important. All labs that complete STD testing in San Francisco must follow the HIPAA Privacy Rule which makes them to pledge their commitment to confidentiality and keeps your medical privacy protected by law.


Affordable STD Testing *STEP TWO* Visit a local lab.

There are lots of local clinics offering same day testing so finding a lab is easy. All you've got to do is plug in your zip code to get a listing of labs near you.

Since you purchase the screening online, things can go quickly when you arrive. There is no unnecessary waiting period, no lengthy papers to complete or appointment needed. The goal is to get you in and out of the clinic quickly and discreetly.

Just offer a simple urine or blood sample, depending on the screening, and that's it. The clinic does the rest. All participating clinics that offer STD testing in San Francisco are open on weekdays. Many testing centers have weekend availability too. Get a complete screening today and take $10 off.

Affordable STD Testing *STEP THREE* Get fast results.

Results are sent in a confidential email, typically within 24-48 hours. Trained medical professionals are available by phone to answer questions once you get the results. Doctors are also available for a toll-free phone conference if there is a positive result. See sample results here.

There are options once the screening is completed and the findings are completed. You will be provided a toll-free phone number so you can talk to a a medical counselor if your screening comes back positive. In many instances, a doctor can prescribe a treatment medication that will cure the infection that was found.

The only way to know if you need medication is to get tested. Get started now.