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It’s not an easy subject to talk about STDs. However, at NCUC, we understand the delicacy of the matter, and our staff of medical professionals knows how to compassionately care for the testing at treatment of STDs.

It’s not an easy subject to talk about STDs. However, at NCUC, we understand the delicacy of the matter, and our staff of medical professionals knows how to compassionately care for the testing at treatment of STDs.
STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases, are infections that are passed from one person to another through sexual contact. STDs can affect anyone who is sexually active, regardless of age, race, or gender.
There are a few ways you can contract an STD other than through sexual activity. For example, STDs can be passed from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth. In addition, sharing needles or other injection equipment puts you at risk of contracting HIV, hepatitis B, and other STDs. And finally, STDs can also be transmitted through blood transfusions, organ transplants, and contact with open wounds. So even if you're not sexually active, you're still at risk of contracting an STD.
There are a number of different types of STD tests available, and the best one for you will depend on your individual situation. An STD test usually involves taking a sample of blood, urine, or fluid from a sore or blister. The sample is then sent to a lab for analysis. In some cases, additional testing may be necessary to confirm the results.
Emergency STD testing may also be necessary if you have symptoms that indicate a more serious infection, such as pelvic pain or unusual discharge. If you're pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, it's also important to get tested so that you can receive treatment if necessary, so that it doesn’t add any complications to your pregnancy.
If you're sexually active, it's important to get tested for STDs on a regular basis. Many STDs don't have any symptoms, so you could be infected and not even know it. The only way to know for sure is to get tested. The sooner you're diagnosed, the sooner you can start treatment, (if necessary), and avoid passing the infection on to others.
There's no shame in getting STD testing. It's a responsible and proactive way to take care of your sexual health. And if you do happen to have an STD, getting treatment as soon as possible is the best way to protect your health and the health of your partner. Emergency STD testing can help you get the treatment you need right away. So don't wait - if you think you may have an STD, get tested today.



At NCUC, we believe no one should feel ashamed for their sexual health. Get the peace of mind you deserve with our confidential and discreet STD testing services for the communities of Orange County.
One of the most common signs of an STD is a sudden change in discharge from the vagina or penis. This can include an increase in discharge, a change in color or consistency, or a new odor. If you notice any of these changes, it’s important to see a healthcare provider right away. Other common symptoms include itching, burning, redness, and swelling in the genital area. 

Again, if you experience any of these symptoms, it’s important to see a healthcare provider as soon as possible. While these are some of the most common signs of an STD, it’s important to remember that every person is different and therefore may experience different symptoms.
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When it comes to our sexual health, too many of us are in the dark. We may think we're being responsible by using birth control and condoms, but there's one important thing that these methods don't protect against: STDs. Although it can be scary to get tested, there are many good reasons to do it. For one thing, it's the only way to know for sure whether you have an STD. And even if the test comes back negative, it can give you peace of mind and help you to be more mindful of your sexual activity in the future. In addition, getting tested can help to protect your partner's sexual health as well. If you know you have an STD, you can take steps to prevent spreading it, and you can also get treatment if necessary. So don't be afraid to take charge of your sexual health- get yourself tested today.
STDs are a serious health concern, and it's important to get treated if you think you have one. Unfortunately, many people don't realize the potential dangers of leaving an STD untreated. In some cases, an STD can cause permanent damage to your reproductive organs. In other cases, it can lead to infertility. It can also increase your risk of developing cancer. And in some cases, it can be deadly. That's why it's so important to get tested and treated as soon as possible if you think you might have an STD. The earlier you catch it, the easier it will be to treat and the less likely you are to experience serious health complications.
Testing for STDs can be done in a few different ways. A blood test can be used to check for HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B. A urine test can be used to test for chlamydia and gonorrhea. For both of these tests, a swab of the infected area can also be taken and sent for testing. This is usually done for herpes, HPV, and trichomoniasis. In some cases, a physical exam may be enough to diagnose an STD. For example, warts caused by HPV are often visible on the genitals.
To help prevent STDs, use condoms the right way every time you have sex. Condoms are a type of barrier method that can help protect you from STDs. If used correctly every time you have anal, vaginal, or oral sex, condoms can reduce your risk of getting or spreading an STD. But condoms are not foolproof – nothing is 100% effective.


You can trust us to provide accurate results and compassionate care. Getting our patients back to their best self is our main concern at Newport Center Urgent Care with our comprehensive services.

If you think you may have a sexually transmitted disease (STD), it's important to get tested as soon as possible. You may be feeling embarrassed or ashamed, but it's nothing to be ashamed of. At Newport Center Urgent Care, we offer emergency STD testing and treatment in a safe, confidential environment.

We understand that this is a sensitive issue, and our compassionate staff will make you feel comfortable every step of the way.

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Protect yourself from STDs - get tested at Newport Center Urgent Care. We understand how sensitive an issue STD testing and treatment is, that’s why we handle this topic with the greatest of care for all of our Orange County community.

What is the fastest way to get rid of an STD?

The fastest way to get rid of an STD is with antibiotics. Antibiotics are a drug that can cure many sexually transmitted bacterial and parasitic infections. In single doses, they have been shown to be effective against gonorrhea as well as other diseases like syphilis or chlamydia.

What tests are done to detect STDs?

There are a few tests that are done to detect STDs: **Cheek swab: **to test for HIV, you rub a soft swab in the inside of your cheek. **Urine test: **you urinate into a cup. **Blood test: **a physician associate does a quick finger prick, or draws blood from your arm.

What STD requires a shot and pills?

Gonorrhea is treated with antibiotics, usually an injection in conjuction with taking pills.

Can STDs go away without treatment?

Viral STDs, such as HPV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C, are the only type of STDs that have the potential to go away on their own, or they could continue to cause health issues. HPV has over 150 strains, and many of them do actually clear up on their own with any symptoms, or treatment. Most STDs, however, do not clear up on their own, and the longer they are left untreated, the more harm they may cause to your overall health.

What antibiotics treat STDs?

There are a number of different antibiotics that can be used to treat STDs, depending on the specific infection. For example, gonorrhea and chlamydia can both be treated with azithromycin or doxycycline. Other STDs, such as syphilis, may require different antibiotics such as penicillin. It is important to see a healthcare professional to get a proper diagnosis and receive the appropriate treatment.

What are 5 common symptoms of an STD?

5 Common symptoms of an STD are:

1. Burning or painful urination
2. Sores or bumps on the genitals, oral or rectal area
3. Discharge from the penis or vagina, (sometimes odorous)
4. Pain during sex
5. Unusual vaginal bleeding
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