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    STD testing, the way it should be
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    STD Testing & Emergency Contraception

    Convenient, easy, and crystal clear—get tested for STDs reliably from the comfort of home.

    Only available in Florida, Washington, Arizona, Nevada, Connecticut and Massachusetts
    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
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    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    30 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
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    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
    3 Site: Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
    Tests for
    Gonorrhea
    Chlamydia
    Urine
    Anal Swab
    Oral Swab
    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
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    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    60 Min. Telemedicine Consult
    Bacterial Vaginosis
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    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Tests for
    Bacterial Vaginosis
    Genital Swab
    Check Me Out Kit
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    Check Me Out Kit
    Check Me Out Kit
    Check Me Out Kit
    Check Me Out Kit
    Check Me Out Kit
    Tests for
    HIV
    Gonorrhea
    Syphilis
    Chlamydia
    Trichomoniasis
    Urine
    Blood
    Generic Plan B®
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    Generic Plan B®
    Generic Plan B®
    Generic Plan B®
    Generic Plan B®
    Generic Plan B<sup>®</sup>
    HPV (vagina havers)
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    HPV (vagina havers)
    HPV (vagina havers)
    HPV (vagina havers)
    HPV (vagina havers)
    HPV (vagina havers)
    Tests for
    HPV
    Genital Swab
    JIC Combo
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    JIC Combo
    JIC Combo
    JIC Combo
    JIC Combo
    JIC Combo
    Tests for
    HIV
    Gonorrhea
    Syphilis
    Chlamydia
    Trichomoniasis
    Urine
    Blood
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
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    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Tests for
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Urine
    Basics Covered
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    Basics Covered
    Basics Covered
    Basics Covered
    Basics Covered
    Basics Covered
    Tests for
    Gonorrhea
    Chlamydia
    Trichomoniasis
    Urine
    The MVP
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    The MVP
    The MVP
    The MVP
    The MVP
    The MVP
    Tests for
    HIV
    Gonorrhea
    Syphilis
    Chlamydia
    Trichomoniasis
    Hepatitis B
    Hepatitis C
    Herpes II
    Mycoplasma Genitalium
    Urine
    Blood

    Which STD test should I get? Take our questionnaire.

    Answer a few questions to see what STIs you should screen for, plus how often you should get tested - clinician-approved and based on CDC guidelines.
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    What people have to say about us

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    Jun 6, 2022
    TBD feels like self-care
    ALEXIS
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    Jun 7, 2022
    I wish that this had existed years ago. I would have gotten screened much more frequently.
    SAM
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    Jun 10, 2022
    Wow, this is not like regular screenings. Everyone I interacted with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.
    CAMILLE
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    Jun 15, 2022
    I’ve had bad experienced before, but no longer with TBD. Finally an experience that makes me proud to get screened and makes me feel empowered.
    CANDACE
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    Jun 6, 2022
    TBD feels like self-care
    ALEXIS
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    Jun 7, 2022
    I wish that this had existed years ago. I would have gotten screened much more frequently.
    SAM
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    Jun 10, 2022
    Wow, this is not like regular screenings. Everyone I interacted with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.
    CAMILLE
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    Jun 15, 2022
    I’ve had bad experienced before, but no longer with TBD. Finally an experience that makes me proud to get screened and makes me feel empowered.
    CANDACE
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    Jun 6, 2022
    TBD feels like self-care
    ALEXIS
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    Jun 7, 2022
    I wish that this had existed years ago. I would have gotten screened much more frequently.
    SAM
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    Jun 10, 2022
    Wow, this is not like regular screenings. Everyone I interacted with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.
    CAMILLE
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    Jun 15, 2022
    I’ve had bad experienced before, but no longer with TBD. Finally an experience that makes me proud to get screened and makes me feel empowered.
    CANDACE
    Meet the team

    Our clinical experts

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    Lori Grant (she/her)
    WHNP-BC, CNM, NCMP
    Lori Grant has been a clinician for over 8 years, and has licenses in 11 different states including NV and AZ. Lori believes that confidence both in and out of the bedroom gives power. Despite what all her colleagues say, Lori firmly believes that nachos are a meal—not a snack.
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    Adrienne Ton (she/her)
    APRN-CNP
    Adrienne is a Certified Nurse Practitioner and Board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, hoping to create more positive experiences for those who’ve traditionally had bad (even traumatizing) experiences with their sexual health in the medical settings. She describes herself as a VERY stereotypical Pacific Northwest Person which apparently just means “an endless cycle of hiking and going to the farmer’s market”.
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    Sarah McElroy (she/her)
    APRN-CNP, PNCB
    Sarah is a Certified Nurse Practitioner. Through her work (and life in general), she hopes to eliminate all the shame surrounding sexual health so that more people will be proactive about theirs. Hidden talents include: latte art and keeping houseplants alive.
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    Lauren Haines (she/her)
    MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
    Lauren is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and received her Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education. Like her colleagues, she believes sexual health and overall health should be one in the same and free of shame and judgement. She can also “do the worm.”
    FAQs
    • Do I need to get screened?

      What should I get screened for? This is a great question. Check out our Sexual Health Questionnaire here or schedule a telemedicine consult if you have questions.

    • How long will my results take?

      Your results will generally be available in less than 1 week after you’ve shipped back your test.

    • Are at-home tests accurate?

      Yes - and our labs are leaders in direct-to-consumer testing. In fact, they’re the same labs that physicians, hospitals and universities use (all CLIA and CAP-approved). The sensitivity and specificity of each lab test (aka the reliability of the results) can be found here.

    • Do you take insurance?

      We are not contracted with insurance companies at this time, although we are generally priced lower than the out-of-pocket costs associated with STD testing. We also take HSA/FSA and can provide a Superbill for you to submit to your insurance company.

    • What happens if I screen positive?

      If you screen positive (or even if you just have questions), we’re here. You’ll schedule a telemedicine consult and our clinicians will walk you through your results, next steps – and prescribe medication for you and your partner(s), if appropriate. Note that for some STIs, TBD Healthis required by law to report a positive result to the applicable Department of Health.

    • Tell me about window periods.

      Every STI has an “stealth phase” after transmission, when the infection is present in the body but at such a low level it can’t be picked up by tests. These are called ‘window periods’, and they’re different for every STD. Because of window periods, and because many STDs are often asymptomatic, it's important to get routinely screened.