Have I Been Exposed To An STD?

Engaging in any sexual activity (oral, anal, vaginal intercourse, or genital touching) exposes you to the possibility of an STD. The only way to know if you have an STD is to get tested.

It is always best for your body and health to be treated for an STD as soon as possible. The CDC advises you get tested at least once a year.

Do I Have To Have Symptoms To Be Tested?

No. It is possible to contract and give an STD without knowing you have one. If an STD is allowed to continue without treatment, more serious complications can result.

Some STDs can cause a discharge, burning with urination, or genital sores. Other STDs have less obvious symptoms.

STD Clinic Hours

NO TESTING JUNE 27 OR 28

We offer Free STD Testing for both men and women on a walk-in basis Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday ONLY, starting at 10 AM. The time slots fill up on a first-come, first-serve basis, so the earlier you arrive, the better your likelihood of being seen.

We advise you to plan a flexible day, as your actual appointment time may be later after you come in the morning and fill out paperwork. For questions or to find out if there are any openings left for the day, call (316) 945-9400.

What Do You Test For?

  • Herpes (visual check only)
  • Genital Warts
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Syphilis (at doctor’s discretion)
  • HIV (at doctor’s discretion)

What Do I Need To Know Before My Visit?

We Will Not Be Able To Test If You:

  • Are pregnant
  • On your period
  • Had sex in the last 48 hours
  • Recently applied vaginal medication or douching

Embrace Offers Swab Tests For STD Testing. Urine Tests Are Not Available.

How Long Does It Take To Get My Results Back?

Test results return in 1-2 weeks, depending on which test was performed. If results are positive, you will receive the treatment needed by medication in the office, prescription, or referral.

Can I Get Treatment For My Partner If I’m Positive?

We can only give medication to individuals following their assessment with the physician. Your partner should come in for their exam to provide the best care for their individual needs.