Confidential STD Testing

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in America — Are You Sure You’re Safe?

STD cases in the United States have reached record-high numbers, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Each year, over two million new cases are diagnosed for various common STDs, such as syphilis, Chlamydia, and gonorrhea.


Experts have linked the increasing number of cases diagnosed each year to a lack of awareness surrounding these diseases, as well as very few people getting regular STD testing done among sexually active people.


Most people aren’t aware that they have an STD and unwittingly pass it on to others. Practicing safe sex is one way to reduce the risk of getting sexually transmitted diseases, but it’s equally important to get regularly tested.


Now, we understand that getting STD testing can be awkward and embarrassing, and most people don’t feel comfortable talking about it with regular doctors.


Dr. Michael Aziz offers an easy solution to this with his confidential STD testing services. He understands the importance of sexual health and ensures that his patients feel comfortable when they come to his clinic to get tested for STDs.


Dr. Aziz and his staff ensure complete confidentiality throughout the entire testing process and make sure the process is carried out as professionally as possible.


When Should You Get Tested?


Regular STD testing is recommended for:


  • All adolescents and adults from the ages of 13 to 64
  • All sexually active heterosexual men and women
  • All sexually active bisexual and gay men and women


STD testing is also recommended if you have experienced any of the following symptoms:


  • Uncommon discharge from your genitals
  • Itching, burning, pain, or inflammation around your genitals
  • Burning sensation, pain, or difficulty when peeing
  • Body aches and other flu-like symptoms, including fever and swollen glands
  • Any strange bumps or sores around your thighs, buttocks, or genitals


These symptoms can sometimes be indicative of yeast or urine infections. The only way to know for sure and prevent spreading the disease further is to get tested regularly.


Not getting treated as soon as possible can lead to the STD developing into a serious medical condition that can affect your overall health.


State-Of-The-Art STD Testing

Dr. Michael Aziz offers advanced confidential testing and treatment options based on the recommendations of the CDC. His compressive STD testing includes HPV (Gardasil-9) vaccination and urine tests for most common STDs including:


  • HIV
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis A, B, and C
  • HPV testing
  • Herpes


The best part about our STD testing services is that they are quick, painless, and don’t cost a lot. Our staff will ensure you are comfortable during the process. We also offer priority results to our patients to put your mind at ease.


Book an appointment with our staff today to get tested for STDs and make sure you keep practicing safe sex in the meantime!

  • Pregnancy
  • Menopause
  • Age over 50
  • Standing for long periods
  • Obesity
  • Family history of varicose veins

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