STI/STD Testing

STI/STD Testing is a free and confidential service provided to our pregnant women.

Confidential & Free STI/STD Testing

What is an STI?

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), formally called Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), are infections that spread from person to person through sexual contact. If you are sexually active, you are at risk for contracting an STI. There are around twenty million new cases of STIs in the United States each year. 

What are the symptoms? 

Symptoms for STIs vary according to the infection and from person to person. Many people experience no symptoms at all and are unaware they have contracted an STI. 

What could happen if I don’t treat an STI?

Untreated STIs can lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), which can cause formation of scar tissue in reproductive organs, an ectopic pregnancy, and even infertility. It’s best to complete STI testing and get early treatment, especially upon finding out you are pregnant. 

How can an STI affect my pregnancy?

In pregnancy, untreated STIs may cause preterm delivery, blindness, pneumonia, or life-threatening infections to the baby. 

Do I need to be tested when considering medical or surgical abortion? 

Women considering abortion should be tested and treated for STIs prior to making a pregnancy decision, in order to prevent complications that may occur as a result of the unknown or an underlying infection. 

We offer free and confidential testing of gonorrhea and chlamydia, two of the most common STIs, and this test can be performed using the same urine sample provided for the pregnancy test. Early testing allows for prompt treatment and healthier outcomes. 


One of our caring and knowledgeable Registered Nurses will deliver test results to you and answer all of your questions.

STI Testing services are for pregnant clients only.

Information obtained from the Centers for Disease Control ( and National Institute of Health (

The information on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.

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