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Sexual health is a serious matter and Affordable Rapid Testing is here to assist with your testing needs. Whether getting tested for personal or professional reasons, we are here to help. If you have had recent sexual contact with someone or feel ready for a routine exam, come get tested with us for rapid results. We accept walk-ins or you can schedule an appointment online. For any additional questions or information, please call us at (480) 613-4867.

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STD Tests for Your Sexual Health Needs

STD Testing made rapid, easy, and affordable

Concern for your sexual health is a serious matter. If you are in need of an STD test, we are here to help! View our specific testing options below.

Female Premium STD Panel Testing

6-Panel STD Testing : Results are delivered within 30-60 minutes of testing.

Male Premium STD Panel Testing

5-Panel STD Testing : Results are delivered within 30-60 minutes to 48-72 hours of testing.

Female STD Panel Testing

3-Panel STD Testing : Results are delivered within 30-60 minutes of testing.

Male STD Panel Testing

2-Panel STD Test Run for : Results are delivered within 48-72 hours after testing.

Standard STD Panel Testing

3-Panel STD Testing : Results are delivered within 30-60 minutes of testing.

HIV 1/2 AG/AB Combo Testing

Results are delivered within 30-60 minutes after testing

Getting an accurate diagnosis can be one of the most impactful experiences that you can have — especially if you’ve been in search of that answer for a while. We can help you get there.
Onboarding Process

Register for the STD testing by entering your name, date of birth, the test of your choice, and other relevant details. Make sure all details are correct since you will need them to access your results.

Get Results Via Email

We not only care for your health and well-being but also respect your privacy. Your test reports are QR code-protected and delivered via email.

Guaranteed Timeframe

We stand by our commitment to deliver results within the stipulated time frame. With us, you can rest assured that you get your test reports on time!

Book Your Appointment

Call us or book an appointment online at our Scottsdale and Phoenix labs. Our Phoenix labs are only 4 & 15 minutes away from the airport. So, you can quickly get tested and get going!

Opening Hours

Affordable STD Testing

On-Site Testing

Our drive-through testing facilities ensure that you don’t have to get out of your vehicle. We have ample parking space available, so you can stay in your car while our lab assistants take care of your tests and results.

Mobile Testing

Need our testing services for a large group but unable to reach our lab? Worry not! Our mobile testing vehicles can be dispatched to any location in the valley. Unlimited patients at same appointment time with our Mobile Testing Service (travel fee $100) in Metropolitan Phoenix Area.

On-site Testing for Schools & Colleges

STDs can be common among sexually active youth. Our onsite testing services are customized for schools and colleges to ensure classroom and campus safety.

Organization & Business Testing

Returning to the office when the pandemic is still looming large means that your employees’ safety is your utmost priority. Ensure the safety of your workplace with our STD testing services for organizations and businesses.

Frequently Asked Questions

STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease, which is a disease that is spread through sexual behavior like vaginal intercourse, oral sex, anal sex or sometimes intimate skin-to-skin contact. Some types of STDs are Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, HPV and HIV.

There is no way to know for sure without being tested. Many STDs don’t have obvious symptoms. Being sexually active can include vaginal intercourse, anal and/or oral sex. When doctors or nurses ask this question, they are really asking if you’ve done anything since your last check up that might have exposed you to an STD or pregnancy. STD tests should be part of your regular check-up. But, if you have any concerns at all that you may have been exposed to an STD, see a doctor and ask to be tested.

Anyone who has had vaginal, anal or oral sex with a new partner should be tested. Everyone who is sexually active should be tested during regular check-ups. Pregnant women should be tested. 

Many STDs may have no symptoms at all or the signs are so mild that you may not notice. However, if you have any of the symptoms described below, you should seek care right away because they may be signs that you have an STD. 

  • Discharge or unusual fluid that may be white or yellow that comes out of the vagina or penis (not semen). 
  • An unexplained rash 
  • A burning sensation when urinating (peeing), going to the bathroom.
  • Bumps, sores, blisters, or warts on the genital area – in women this includes the outer and inner lips, vagina and clitoris; in men this includes the penis and testicles.
  • None

We currently only offer STD testing for HIV, HCV, and Syphilis. We will have other testing options coming soon.

Either pre-book your appointment online or simply drive up during business hours without an appointment for a safe, contactless check-in and payment experience. Just be sure to verify business hours for your location if you do not make an appointment.

We do not bill health insurance – it is self-pay and we provide insurance reimbursement documentation.

People with Gmail sometimes don’t realize their mail gets sorted into various folders i.e. Promotion/Update/All Mail/Forum/Inbox, so if you are having an email in your Gmail & don’t get your result in INBOX, you need to check “All Mail” or call us if you can’t find it even after clicking ‘ALL MAIL’.

The easiest answer is about 1 in 4 young adults have an STD. It could be even more because many people who are infected don’t realize it.

Some STDs are curable while others have no cure and if you get one of those, it may stay with you for the rest of your life.

There are many things you can do to reduce your chances of getting an STD. 

  • Have sex with only one other person whom you trust. Having sexual contact only with someone who is not infected means that you won’t get an STD from them and they won’t get one from you. 
  • Use condoms. Used correctly every time you have sex, latex or polyurethane condoms can be very good protection against many STDs. 
  • Have fewer partners. The more people you have sex with, the greater your chances of getting an STD. Go with new partners to get tested. 
  • Don’t mix drugs and alcohol with sex. Getting drunk or high can affect your ability to make smart decisions about sex. 
  • Don’t use IV street drugs and never share needles. Many STDs are transmitted through blood. 
  • Don’t have sex. Abstinence is the surest way to avoid getting an STD.