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STD/STI Testing and Treatment

STDs/STIs are on the rise. The good news? They're all treatable, and getting tested is easy. 

Planned Parenthood's medical providers specialize in sexual health care and offer a supportive environment for STD/STI care, home STD/STI test kitsPrEP and PEP for HIV prevention, and more.

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STI Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines

We offer a full range of sexual and reproductive health services including:

  • Testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital warts, herpes, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.
  • HPV vaccine (Gardasil 9) and Hepatitis B vaccine. 
  • STI prevention methods, STI education, and safer sex education. 
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Telehealth - Home STI Testing Kits

Symptoms or no symptoms, you can always request a home testing kit through a telehealth visit. Home STI kits test for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis. Collection is typically a urine (pee) sample and is easy to return with packaging and return labels including in the kits. 

To request a home testing kit, you will need to have a telehealth visit with one of our providers. You can schedule your appointment online.

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In-Network for Most Insurance Plans

Many of our services, like birth control and wellness exams, are available without copay or deductible.

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Reduced or No-Cost Options

We also offer reduced or no-cost options to those who qualify. 

Financial assistance may be available for STD/STI testing, depending on things like income, household size, and programs available in your area.

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How do I know if I have an STI?

How do I know if I have an STI?

STDs/STIs  don't always have symptoms. The only way to know your status is to get tested. If you've had vaginal, anal, or oral sex, talk with a medical provider about STD/STI testing.

It's a good idea to get tested if you:

  • Had a new sexual partner since your last test.
  • Had unprotected sex.
  • Think your partner may have an STI. 
  • Are experiencing symptoms — but remember, STIs do not always cause symptoms.

"Planned Parenthood providers are going to help you wherever you are, with compassion and without judgment."

~Lisa, Planned Parenthood Nurse Practitioner

Support Planned Parenthood by Becoming a Patient

Each new patient strengthens our organization so we can continue providing leading-edge sexual and reproductive health care to our communities.  By coming to us for your care and getting your birth control directly through Planned Parenthood, you help us ensure everyone can access high quality, affordable care.

Providing Expert Care for More Than 100 Years

Planned Parenthood is a leading-edge provider of personalized sexual and reproductive health care services. Our doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants are among the best trained and most experienced in this field of medicine.


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