STD Testing
in Montpelier, ND

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5 urgent care locations in
Montpelier, ND

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Dakota Clinic

401 3rd St SE , Jamestown, ND 5840115.2 mi

Sanford Health

904 5th Ave NE , Jamestown, ND 5840115.9 mi

Sanford Health

506 2nd St , Edgeley, ND 5843324.2 mi

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Sanford Health

107 2nd Ave SE , Lamoure, ND 5845827.7 mi

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Sanford Health

520 Chautauqua Blvd , Valley City, ND 5807232.3 mi

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STD test Frequently Asked Questions

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    Where should I get an STD test in Montpelier?

    In a doctor's office, a health clinic, or an urgent care center, you can get an STD test. If you're experiencing symptoms, it's best to visit a doctor's office, where they can also treat you or issue you a prescription. While some Montpelier clinics and urgent care centers allow walk-in appointments, it's advisable to make an appointment ahead of time to prevent excessive waits.

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    How long does it take to get STD test results?

    Various testing are required for various STDs. Depending on the type of STD test you took, you may receive your results in two to ten days. Some outcomes may be immediately available. Your doctor may be able to diagnose an STD through a physical examination. In some cases, your doctor's office may only contact you if your test results are positive.

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    How much does an STD test cost?

    The cost of STD testing is governed by several factors, including where you are tested, the type of test you need, and if you have health insurance. Some Montpelier clinics may offer free testing or testing on a sliding scale based on your income. Because of the cost, don't put off obtaining an STD test. With your doctor's office, discuss the cost and payment choices. Delaying STD treatment may have catastrophic implications.

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    Does insurance cover STD testing?

    The cost of STD testing is governed by a number of factors, including the location of the test, the type of test required, and whether or not you have health insurance. Some clinics may provide free or sliding-scale testing, depending on your income. Don't let the expense of an STD test deter you from getting one. With your doctor's office, discuss the price and payment choices. Delaying STD treatment could have catastrophic ramifications.

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    How do they test for STDs?

    There are around 20 different forms of STDs, each with its own set of diagnostic tests. No single test exists that can detect all types of STDs. Your doctor can help you figure out which tests you'll need. In STD testing, a blood sample or a urine sample may be used. Your doctor may also take a swab from the inside of your cheek, your vaginal area, or another potentially infected place.

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    What STDs can be detected by a blood test?

    Blood tests are used to diagnose hepatitis B, hepatitis C, herpes, HIV, and syphilis. In a laboratory, a technician examines a blood sample for antibodies that the body has produced in reaction to disease. The virus's DNA can also be detected by several blood tests. Remember that if you've recently been exposed to an STD and your body hasn't yet produced antibodies, you could test negative even if you have the disease.

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    Can I get a same-day appointment for STD testing in Montpelier?

    Many Montpelier healthcare providers offer same-day and next-day appointments, which you may book through Solv. To make healthcare more accessible to everyone, we collaborate with thousands of top-rated local providers. Our physician partners understand that waiting days, if not weeks, for an appointment isn't always the best option, and they share our commitment to simple, accessible health care.

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    How can I book an STD test on Solv?

    To find a healthcare practitioner in your area, simply enter your location and search for "STD test" on our website. A list of providers and available appointments can be found on the following page. Choose the most convenient time and location for you. Make it clear that you've come for STD testing.

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    How long does an STD test take?

    If you have a specific STD, inform your doctor so that the necessary test can be scheduled. Otherwise, they'll help you figure out which tests you'll need. The nurse or doctor simply needs a few minutes to get a blood sample, a urine sample, or a swab from the probable infection site.

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    Can I test myself for STDs at home?

    Although there are several STD home tests available, not all of them are accurate. The accuracy of any STD test is determined by the quality of the sample taken. For home STD kits, a blood sample, a urine sample, or both are frequently required. Because doctors and nurses have more experience collecting samples, traditional in-office STD testing is the most accurate.

STD Test: Helpful STD Testing Reviews

"I went to get a pelvic exam and possible std screening. The doctor insisted on not giving me a pelvic exam. Even though I wanted to know if I had a yeast infection, and a pelvic exam with a sample viewing under a microscope is the only way to be sure (my regular gynecologist told me this in the past). I can't see my regular doctor for a few more weeks, due to COVID-19 procedures forcing her to be backed up in appointments. I was lured by OPUC's website saying they do walk-in pelvic exams and std testing. I wanted the exam first, and then an opinion on the std screening after the exam. But the doctor was insistent on the opposite. Had he given me an exam, then and there, it would've been figured out in that visit. Instead he insisted on giving me a round of antibiotics for STIs and (claimed) he sent my urine and blood samples to be screened for STDs. I only agreed because he seemed really insistent that an exam wasn't necessary because he wasn't my regular doctor, and that wasn't appropriate. But it's been a rough 4 days since, and my symptoms have only gotten worse, since taking the antibiotics he prescribed. I was told 3 days for the test results to come back, but I am starting to doubt their clinic will contact me. I can't reach them by phone, as their answering service is rigged to force you to walk in for answers. I'm going to try to go in person tomorrow, to get answers. For $75 co-pay, I'm feeling that I was just shoved out of there as quickly as possible, and not treated like a patient. I feel like I was treated like a nuisance. The girls at the front desk and even the receiving nurse who took my blood and urine samples, were all very pleasant and very patient. But the doctor seemed very dismissive and rushing. He spoke to me for all of 5 minutes, and concluded that I didn't need an actual examination. I guess I was just... expecting more."

"The doctor was fine although I'm really aggravated that I paid my co-pay only to find out that you don't do STD tests which is what I needed in addition to a urine culture and pelvic exam. Only one of those was able to be done and I paid my full co-pay. Front desk not very attentive not frequently at the front desk not especially friendly."

"I took hiv and std tests as well as covid antibody test, while I was Contacted immediately with the antibody results, I am still awaiting std results. It is now two weeks sense I took The blood test and have yet to be given my results, UNACCEPTABLE DURING THIS CRISIS ESPECIALLY. I will NOT advise anyone to use pro health."

"The doctor that attended to me was extremely rude to me after I requested an STD test and explained why I was getting it. She judged me harshly for my relationship dynamics and assumed blame to my partner. Her opinions were not necessary for my care that day and offended me greatly."

"They were very loud in the hallway the doctor loudly spoke about my personal information. I have my spouse with me and I wanted to get an STD test so I informed the nurse in the bathroom. Then the doctor came in and asked me who the person was with me asked me how long I was with him then asked me why was I concerned about STDs. Which is causing problems for me after my visit. When the doctor came in with my test results she did not step in and close the door she said it with the door opening standing in the doorway. I am still uncertain about my condition because she gave me a little information."

"This Urgent Care facility needs to up their game regarding quality control, follow through, communication, and complete disclosure regarding costs. I called Urgent Care on Monday, 12 August 2019, and inquired about STD testing. I was told the cost would be in the $250 range. I walked into Urgent Care that evening, I was quoted a price, I paid that price, and the urine and blood tests were taken. On Wednesday, 14 August, Urgent Care called to tell me the results, and said everything came back good. When I picked up the printed copy, I noticed two of the tests had no results, and the reason was that the lab stated they did not receive a urine sample. I asked to speak with a member of the medical team. I was told they were all busy and that I should call later. I did, and no one was available, but I was assured someone would call me back Thursday. No one did. On Friday, 16 August, I called again and insisted on speaking to someone. An MA came on the line, pulled up my lab results, told me everything looked good, and asked what my question was. I asked him to look closely at two particular tests that had no indicated results. He did, then he put me on hold, and when he returned, he apologized and said it looked like the lab did not receive my urine sample. That's what I had been trying to confirm for two days! I returned to that Urgent Care facility that day and provided another urine sample. Late on Monday, 19 August, I received an email from Sonora Quest Labs informing me that my lab work was complete and I should contact Urgent Care. It took until Thursday, 22 August, after repeated calls from me, for Urgent Care to final produce the results from the two final tests. It was painfully and unnecessarily slow, but it was complete. Then in the mail on 22 August, I received a bill from the original lab for $532. This is unacceptable. I was not informed there would be additional charges. Had I been informed, I would have found another provider for these tests. Urgent Care has disappointed me throughout this entire experience."