Our concierge medical office and STD clinic offers discrete testing. Providing private care for all sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). We also provide STI screening in our Beverly Hills office and in the privacy of your own home. Please call us at 877-760-3570 to schedule an appointment If you’re concerned about:
  • contracting an STD
  • have recently had unprotected sexual relations with an infected individual
  • know someone that may be a high risk, or are having signs of an STD.
Besides STD checks we offer STD treatment as well.
We can perform your testing on the same day of your call with prompt results. If your symptoms suggest an STD infection, treatment can start immediately. Starting at the same time while your test results are pending.  We’ll provide antibiotic injections and antibiotic pills for treatment on the same visit. Also, we can provide treatment and counseling for partners that are at risk of infection.
 
We ensure complete privacy and protection of your health records.  Our lab tests are accurate. The testing complies with the highest standard of quality control and assurance.
 
We will follow-up with your care to ensure that your STD is being treated accordingly. Our concierge doctor offers follow up testing to ensure eradication for treatable STDs.

We provide testing and treatment for the following STDs:

  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Geniral Perdiculosis
  • Hepatits C
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Chancroid
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes (HSV-1 & HSV-2)
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection
  • Chlamydia
  • Hepatitis B
  • Syphilis
  • Veneral Warts

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What is an STD?

STD stands for sexually transmitted disease. A sexually transmitted disease as it states passes along in a sexual manner. Such as through oral sex, anal sex, and vaginal intercourse. There are many other STD’s where transmission occurs in other non-sexual ways.

STDs can be contracted by:

  • Oral Sex
  • Mucous Membranes
  • Vaginal Intercourse
  • Skin
  • Anal Intercourse
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Blood

STDs that affect millions of people include:

  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Gonorrhea
  • Syphilis
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Chancroid
  • Hepatitis B
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection
  • Chlamydia
  • Hepatits C
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Geniral Perdiculosis
  • Herpes
  • Veneral Warts
Should I get tested for an STD?
 
Anyone who has engaged in any kind of sexual activity should receive testing. As well as anyone who is currently sexually active.
 
Do I have an STD?
 
The only way to be certain that you do not have an STD is by proper testing. Many STDs present without any symptoms. You would be at risk for infection if you’ve:
  • been sexually active
  • have had unprotected sexual encounters
  • had sexual encounters with high-risk individuals
 
What are the Symptoms of STDs
 
Some STDs present with many symptoms while others with few that go unnoticed. STD symptoms can consist of
  • changes in urine
  • secretion or discharge from a genital organ
  • a rash on the body
  • burning with urination
  • bumps/blisters/vesicles on the genitals
  • white spots on the pubic hair
  • unusual urine odor or color
  • painful ulcers on the genitals and more

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Is there a cure for STDs?

 
Not all STDs are curable once diagnosed. Some STDs will remain with you a lifetime while some can be treated with medications. Herpes infection is one of the STDs that once infected with will stay with you throughout your life. There are medications to decrease the duration of a herpetic breakout.
 

How many people have STDs?

 
STDs have been on the rise in the United States. Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infection rates are highest in people aged 15-24.
 

Why is it important to treat an STD?

 
STDs if left untreated can have serious long term health consequences. For example, it’s estimated that Gonorrhea and Chlamydia causes infertility in about 25,000 women each year.
 

Did my partner cheat on me if I have an STD?

 
Some STDs stay hidden in our bodies without any symptoms for years till they become active again. It is possible that your partner contracted the disease before your relationship.

Ways to avoid contracting a STD:

  • Abstinence
  • Few Sexual Partners
  • Vaccination – for hepatitis and HPV
  • Condoms
  • Mutual Monogamy

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Can I get an STD from oral sex?

 
Yes! You can get an STD from oral sex. Common infections from oral sex include:
  • Gonorrhea of the throat
  • Herpes
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Genital warts of the mouth
 

Do all STDs have symptoms?

 
No! Not all STDs have symptoms, and symptoms do not always show up right away. Many STDs can stay hidden for some time before you develop symptoms.
 

Do Condoms protect against all STDs?

 
No! Condoms are a great measure to protect oneself from STD infection. Unfortunately, they do not protect against infection from all STDs.
 

Can I get an STD from my partner even though he or she has no symptoms?

 
Yes! Not all STDs present with symptoms. Your chances of contracting HSV is lower if your partner does not have an active infection. You can still contract an STD from a partner who does not have any symptoms.

Are cold sores herpes infection?

 
Yes! Cold sores on your mouth are a symptom of the Herpes Simplex Virus-1. Cold sores are contagious when there is a blister present. Cold sores are actually contagious until they are completely healed. Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (HSV-1) can transmit to the genitals, eyes as well as the mouth.
 

Can I get an STD from kissing someone?

 
Yes! It is possible to contract certain STDs such as herpes. The chances of contracting other STDs are low but do exist.
 

Can I get re-infected with an STD once treated?

 
Yes! Treatment of an infection such as Gonorrhea or Chlamydia doesn’t provide future immunity. Antibiotics treat active infections. So if your partner is not treated you can be re-infected again.
 

Can you catch an STD from a public toilet?

 
The transmission of common and dangerous STDs from toilet seats is uncommon. It is possible to contract parasitic infections such as crabs or scabies from the seats. Make sure you wipe and clean toilet seats and place covers when possible before sitting.