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Whether you are looking for insight into your sexual health or checking to see if your sore throat could mean sick leave, testandgo kiosks give you immediate access to completely confidential, lab-certified test results. Skip the trip to the clinic or waiting days for your at-home tests to arrive. Get peace of mind now with testandgo.

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  • Fill out the registration form.

  • Go to your neighborhood kiosk.

  • Scan the QR code on your phone.

  • Collect your sample.

  • Receive accurate results quickly.

  • Contact testandgo for 24-HR support

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What are the symptoms of an STD or STI?

  • Symptoms vary for different STDs and many STIs are asymptomatic. Some common symptoms of STDs include:

    • Discharge with an unusual order or color

    • Genital warts or sores

    • Pain or burning during sex

    • Pain or burning while urinating

    • Itching around the genitals

  • For a complete list of symptoms for each STD, review the list provided by the Mayo Clinic.

Who should get tested for STDs and STIs?


  • If you are sexually active, especially with multiple partners, getting tested for STDs is one of the most important things you can do for your health.  STDs are common, but when and how often you test will vary by your risk factors. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines guidelines on who should get tested for which STDs and STIs.

What are some of the risk factors for STDs or STIs?

  • Sexual behaviors, such as unprotected sex or multiple partners, can increase the risk of contracting an STD or STI.

  • Risk varies by age, with half of all STIs being newly contracted by 15-24-year-olds, as biological sex, with young people assigned female at birth being more susceptible to many STIs than those assigned male at birth.

What are the common types of STIs?

  • Common types of STIs include:

    • Chlamydia

    • Gonorrhea

    • Trichomoniasis

    • Genital warts

    • Genital herpes

    • Syphilis

    • Human papillomavirus (HPV)

What should I do if I test positive?

  • If you test positive for an STI, contact your health provider or go to a public health clinic to get information about treatment possibilities. You should also inform your sex partners as it is common to pass some infections back and forth. 

  • You may feel many emotions. Remember many STDs are curable, and all are treatable. Remind yourself that you did the right thing by getting tested so that you can get tested and inform your partners. A healthcare provider can also help with any remaining concerns you may have.

What should I do if I test negative?

  • if you test negative for an STI but you have symptoms, contact your provider or a public health clinic to confirm the results of your test.

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