At-home test kits for sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) help you find out if you have an infection without visiting a doctor’s office and may offer prescription medications when necessary. Many STDs cause mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. Screening is important to ensure early detection and prompt treatment. At-home STD testing is a form of screening that requires follow-up testing with a medical professional if test results are positive.

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