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Pregnancy STD test panel

Pregnancy STD test panel

How It Works







Pregnancy STD test panel

In-Clinic $299
Insurance $0

Complete STD testing that screens for the common sexually transmitted infections in pregnant women/ women that are planning to get pregnant. Non-invasive and accurate, with fast turnaround times, it comes in handy for both planned and urgent tests prior to and during pregnancy. * We accept all insurance plans. Schedule your appointment today and our provider will reach you prior to the appointment to deem neсessity.

Infections Screened For:

  • Chlamydia trachomatis
  • Ureaplasma parvum
  • Trichomonas vaginalis
  • Mycoplasma genitalium
  • Herpes virus 1
  • Herpes virus 2
  • Heisseria gonorrhoeae
  • Mycoplasma hominis
  • Treponema pallidum
  • Trichomonas vaginalis
  • Candida albicans
  • Ureaplasma urealyticum
  • Gardnerella vaginalis

Collection Methods:

Urine sample

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Why Request STD Testing from Alliance Health?

Alliance Health — Your Trusted Lab Services Vendor.

We are a market-leading provider of STD testing lines. With some of the best laboratory equipment and CLIA-certified locations, we can provide you with accurate, fast, and non-invasive testing at an affordable cost.

We work as per the latest industry standards and strive to ensure your best client experience. Complete anonymity and security of your personal data are guaranteed.

What is Our Pregnancy STD Test Panel and How is It Conducted?

It’s complex testing for all common types of STDs in women. Our certified medical providers quickly and professionally get a specimen from you, label it, and transfer it to laboratory areas.

Once the results are obtained, we will send them to you via email. You may get the paper-based copy of the results at the reception as well.

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Common Symptoms of STDs

Here is a list of frequent symptoms that a person might experience shortly after getting STD infected.

Painful urination

Itchiness in the genital area


Lumps or skin growths in the genital area

Blisters or sores in the genital area

Discharge from the genitals

Dark urine

Light-colored stools

Why STDs Are So Hard to Deal With?

STDs Spread Rapidly

STDs are transmitted through intimate contact, with bodily fluid, and with items of personal belonging. Even people who are not sexually active are at a certain risk of getting an STD. Infection rates are high, and in the US only, it’s estimated that one in five people have an STD.

The worst thing is that fetuses often get conditions from their mothers unless preventive measures are taken.

STDs Lead to Severe Conditions

In some cases, STDs are asymptomatic. In others, women may neglect symptoms and let the disease develop and cause severe damage to one’s health state.

Not to mention that infections can bring harm to both a mother and a child and even result in a lifetime condition.

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Our Client`s Reviews

In and out, fast and easy. Results same day. Doesn't get better than this.
Kevin Arregoces
Kevin Arregoces
Awesome experience! I was going on a trip and scheduled an appointment with them since I need it to get tested ASAP.
Rolando Montero
Rolando Montero
Got a PCR test and got it just in time for my flight. Super quick and professional.
Nikia Rodriguez
Nikia Rodriguez
After getting negative results, I was curious to see if I had any antibodies. I was in Miami Beach, and wanted to spontaneously get tested. They were able to schedule the test for 30 mins after I called, I was in and out with results in hand. Definitely going to be using their services again if needed.
Daniela Coppola
Daniela Coppola

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I have STD testing during pregnancy?
Yes, it’s normal when a woman gets tested for STD before and several times during the course of pregnancy to minimize risks of an undetected STFD development.
What are the risks of spreading an STD from a mother to a child?
The estimated risk is about 10%, but in certain subgroups, risks are even higher.
Which STD is most common in females?
Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Chlamydia, and Genital Herpes are the most widespread sexually transmitted diseases in women.
How long can a woman have an STD without knowing?
In some cases, symptoms don’t appear for months or even years.
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