STD Testing & Treatment

STD Testing & Treatment

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Whether you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, have questions about abortion, or need treatment for an STD, we are here for you.
Call us at (330) 264-5880 or make an appointment online.

If you are sexually active, you may be at risk for contracting a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD). There is no birth control measure that is 100 percent effective in preventing the spread of STDs.

According to the Center for Disease Control, there were 26 million new STI’s reported in 2018 and almost half of those were among youth aged 15-24 in the US.

The Pregnancy Care Center provides medical testing, diagnosis, and treatment of STDs for females who are sexually active and desire testing. [We also provide treatment for partners]. There are many kinds of sexually transmitted diseases and infections and different ways you can contract a disease.

STD Facts

  • You can get an STD the first time you have vaginal, anal or oral sex.
  • Some STDs have no cure while others can be treated through medication.
  • Most people infected with an STD do not know it.
  • You can get an STD from someone who does not know he/she is infected.
  • You cannot tell who has an STD by looking at them.
  • Many STDs can be transmitted to a baby during pregnancy or birth.

According to the  Mayo Clinic, STI/STDs can have a range of Signs and symptoms including no symptoms. That’s why they may go unnoticed until complications occur or a partner is diagnosed. Signs and symptoms that might indicate an STI/STD include:

  • Sores or bumps on the genitals or in the oral or rectal area
  • Painful or burning urination
  • Discharge from the penis
  • Unusual or odd-smelling vaginal discharge
  • Unusual vaginal bleeding
  • Pain during sex
  • Sore, swollen lymph nodes, particularly in the groin but sometimes more widespread
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Fever
  • Rash over the trunk, hands or feet

What Happens If I Leave An STD Untreated?

Untreated STDs can cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) in women, causing complications such as formation of scar tissue both outside/inside the fallopian tubes, ectopic pregnancy, infertility or long-term pelvic/abdominal pain. Testing and early treatment is important for your sexual health. Make an appointment with the Pregnancy Care Center and find out more.

How Could An STD Affect Me If I Am Pregnant?

No matter the options you are considering, having an STI/STD can severely impact the health and wellness of both you and your pregnancy. If you are considering abortion, an STI/STD can increase your chances of an infection following the procedure. If you choose to carry to term, an STI/STD can seriously harm your pregnancy and cause complications during childbirth.

Ensure you are healthy before making a choice about your unexpected pregnancy. The Pregnancy Care Center offers FREE testing and treatment for STDs.

Common Questions About STDs

Anytime that a person engages in sexual activity, there is a risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease. The use of condoms can reduce this risk, but condoms are not a guarantee. Abstaining from sexual activity; including vaginal, anal, and oral, is the only way to eliminate the risk of contracting an STD.

There are curative treatments available for most STDs except HIV and Herpes. If diagnosed with an STD, do not engage in sexual activity as you risk transmitting the STD to your partner. Speak with your doctor to find a suitable treatment plan.  You do not have to feel alone. Schedule an appointment to discuss your situation confidentially and free from judgement.

Anytime you have engaged in sexual activity there is a possibility you may have contracted an STD. Even partners you feel you know well can and often will lie about their sexual health. Many STDs can be treated if they are diagnosed early. If you have been sexually active or suspect your partner(s) may have an STD, your first step is getting tested to be sure. We can help with that. Call or Text us.

  1. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) – CDC Fact Sheet. (2015, May 4). Retrieved November 13, 2015, from http://www.cdc.gov/std/pid/stdfact-pid.htm

Compassionate & Confidential

Remember that not all STDs produce noticeable symptoms; therefore, it’s recommended that you get tested for STDs regularly if you are sexually active with new or multiple partners.

std testing & treatment

Compassionate & Confidential

Remember that not all STDs produce noticeable symptoms; therefore, it’s recommended that you get tested for STDs regularly if you are sexually active with new or multiple partners.

What others are saying about Pregnancy Care Center of Wayne County

I absolutely loved my visit. Everyone was very nice and helpfu.l I couldn't ask for a better person for an ultrasound tech. I will definitely keep in touch with them!
Crystal W.
The staff cared and explained and answered my questions fully, I am grateful for your staff and resources.
Sarah A.
Amazing, helpful, loving people.... love going not only for the support by the awesome staff, but also for the teachings and opportunities to earn nice things for my baby while learning ways to better take care of him and be a better parent.
Alea M.

What others are saying about Pregnancy Care Center of Wayne County

I absolutely loved my visit. Everyone was very nice and helpfu.l I couldn't ask for a better person for an ultrasound tech. I will definitely keep in touch with them!
Crystal W.
The staff cared and explained and answered my questions fully, I am grateful for your staff and resources.
Sarah A.
Amazing, helpful, loving people.... love going not only for the support by the awesome staff, but also for the teachings and opportunities to earn nice things for my baby while learning ways to better take care of him and be a better parent.
Alea M.

Questions & Answers

Walk-ins are welcome; however, it is best to make an appointment to minimize your office wait time, please call us at 330.264.5880, or schedule an appointment online.

Our professional medical-grade lab quality pregnancy test can determine pregnancy the first day after your first missed period. We recommend you make an appointment if you have missed a period, have any pregnancy related questions, or think you might be pregnant.

After completing paperwork, you will meet with our medical professionals to go over your information and a pregnancy test will be administered. With a positive pregnancy test result, we will then confirm a living, intrauterine pregnancy via an ultrasound.

All our services are provided free of charge.

All you need is photo ID. If receiving a pregnancy test or limited ultrasound you will need to drink plenty of water to ensure you have a full bladder.

Absolutely, you can bring your boyfriend, family member or friend. We will talk with you privately first. Then provided you have given us consent to have them in the room, your guest will be able to join you.

We adhere to a strict privacy and confidentiality policy. Clients will be protected from disclosure of information that violates their right to privacy except where required by law, required for public health reasons, required to avert a threat of harm to the client or a third person, or when other circumstances may reasonably warrant such use or disclosure without prior authorization (e.g., abuse reporting, suicide/homicide prevention, etc.)

Call 330 264-5880  or Text 330 294-9649