Affordable STI Testing and Treatment in Atlanta

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) are spread through sexual contact with another person. To be infected, the STI bacteria or virus needs to enter your body and grow. At the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta, we offer low-priced STI testing and treatment services to our patients. We intentionally set our STI testing prices at affordable levels to keep these critical services available to as many patients in the Atlanta community as possible.

If you are sexually active, it’s important to monitor your sexual health and STI risk. If an STI is left untreated in your body, it can lead to lifelong negative health issues. It’s strongly recommended that you be tested before engaging in sexual activity with a new partner to prevent the spread of STIs, and every 6-12 months if you’re engaging with multiple partners. During an STI appointment, our licensed medical professionals will collect a blood or urine sample to conduct testing or screening for the following:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Herpes 1 and 2
  • HIV
  • Syphilis

Contact us to Schedule an STI Screening Today.

STI Treatment Options

No matter your STI diagnosis, the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta is here to support you. Some STIs can be cured and we can provide you with a prescription or injection to combat the infection. However, other types of STIs can’t be cured, and the only treatment option is symptom management. We can provide medical support for managing your STI symptoms and even offer advice on how to inform your past and present sexual partners.

It’s important to note that the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta doesn’t provide emergency services. If you are experiencing potentially life-threatening symptoms or illness such as pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, or fever, visit an emergency room immediately.

All services are confidential as allowable by state law. Additional costs will be incurred if the STI test results are positive & treatment, confirmatory testing, or test of cure is needed. The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta only provides STI treatment for patients who receive STI testing at the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta.