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Test Name*Exposure TimeframeWhen Should I take It?
Annual Panel - 9 Test Panel
Exposure is ongoing for sexually
active individuals.
This panel is recommended annually for sexually active individuals.
Annual Panel - 7 Test Panel (without Herpes)Exposure is ongoing for sexually active individuals.This panel is recommended annually for sexually active individuals who already know they have herpes.
Oral Sex Panel 10 Test PanelExposure is ongoing for individuals who have oral sexIf you think you have recently been exposed to 1 or more STDs through unprotected oral sex.
Recent Exposure Panel - 12 Test Panel

more than 2 weeks-6 months

If you think you have recently been exposed to 1 or more STDs through blood exposure or unprotected sex.
Recent Exposure Panel - 10 Test Panel (without Herpes)more than 2 weeks-6 monthsIf you think you have recently been exposed to 1 or more STDs through blood exposure or unprotected sex, but already know you have herpes.
Health Care Provider Panel - 3 Test Panel
Exposure is ongoing for those in the health care field.This panel is recommended annually for health care providers or for those think they have been exposed to HIV and/or Hepatitis C.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Panel - 2 Test Panel
more than 2-6 weeks
If you think you have recently been exposed to Chlamydia and/or Gonorrhea through unprotected sex.
Chlamydia Test
more than 2-6 weeks
If you think you have recently been exposed to Chlamydia through unprotected sex. However as the symptoms of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are similar, the Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Panel is recommended.
Gonorrhoea Test
more than 2-7daysIf you think you have recently been exposed to Chlamydia through unprotected sex. However as the symptoms of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are similar, the Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Panel is recommended.
Hepatitis A, B, and C Panel - 4 Test Panel
more than 4-6 months
If you think you have recently been exposed to Hepatitis through blood exposure or unprotected sex.
Hepatitis A Test
more than 15-50 days

If you know you were exposed to Hepatitis A, though unprotected sexual activities that involve the mouth and anus. Otherwise the Hepatitis A, B, and C Panel is recommended.

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen with Reflex Confirmation
more than 45 days-6 months

If you know you were exposed to Hepatitis B through blood exposure or unprotected sex. Otherwise the Hepatitis A, B, and C Panel is recommended.

Hepatitis B Test
more than 45 days-6 months
If you know you were exposed to Hepatitis B through blood exposure or unprotected sex. Otherwise the Hepatitis A, B, and C Panel is recommended.
Hepatitis C Test
more than 15 days-6 months
If you know you were exposed to Hepatitis B through blood exposure or unprotected sex. Otherwise the Hepatitis A, B, and C Panel is recommended.
Herpes 1 and 2 IgG and Herpes IgM Recent Exposure Panel - 3 Test Panel
more than 21 days
If you think you have been exposed to Herpes. This tests recent exposure and exposure that is greater than 3 months. This panel is recommended as it is a more advanced approach to detect herpes infections.
Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2 Panel- 2 Test Panel
more than 3 months
If you think you were exposed to Herpes more than 3 months ago. If your are unsure, the Herpes 1 and 2 IgG and Herpes IgM Panel is recommended.
Herpes Simplex Igm Virus Antibody with Reflex
more than 21 days-3 months
If you think you have recently been exposed to Herpes. If you are unsure, the Herpes 1 and 2 IgG and Herpes IgM Panel is recommended.
HIV-1 and HIV-2 Panel - 2 Test Panel
more than 2-8 weeks
If you think you have recently been exposed to HIV through blood exposure or unprotected sex.
Syphilis Test
more than 10 day-3 months
If you think you have been exposed to Syphilis through unprotected sex.
Pregnancy Test
more than 10 days after a missed period
If you believe you may be pregnant.

* Please note that there is a window period for each STD. Window periods are the time between becoming infected and when tests can detect the infection and varies for each individual. Please refer to our FAQs for more detailed information.

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