STI Testing and Treating

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Pregnancy is not the only thing to be concerned about after having sex. STIs (sexually transmitted infections) are common. Some can be cured. Some cannot. Many have lifelong effects.

Please call to schedule your STI testing today!

The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta STI Services:

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Testing

  • Females, between the ages of 15 and 28 years of age
  • Photo ID is required for all appointments
  • Fee due at the time of testing – $15.00 (cash or credit card)
  • Treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea is available for patients receiving a positive test result through testing at one of our clinics. There is a $15.00 fee for treatment. (cash or credit card)
  • Test of cure for patients receiving positive results is automatically scheduled, fees at the time of retesting do apply.

HIV Oraquick Rapid Antibody Test (Initial Screening)

  • Females, between the ages of 15 and 28 years of age
  • Photo ID is required for all appointments
  •  Fee due at the time of testing – $15.00 (cash or credit card)
  • Test results will be received during this appointment
  • Patients receiving positive initial screening test results will receive immediate next step assistance from the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta.

*It is medically recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the medical community to be tested for STIs and HIV prior to a medical or surgical abortion.

*It is medically recommended by the CDC and the medical community to be tested annually for STIs and HIV prior to engaging in sexual activity with a new sexual partner.

*The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta will be offering full panel STI/STD testing beginning in January of 2018.

The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta does not provide general medical care of emergency services. If you are experiencing acute pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, a fever, or any potential life threatening illness, please go to an emergency room immediately.

All clinics provide a non-threatening, compassionate environment for you to process through your situation.