There is nothing to laugh about when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases.
According to the latest information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis have seen a dramatic rise across the U.S. In fact, 50 percent of sexually active Americans will catch something before they turn 25 years old.
Basically, it boils down to one fact – you should be tested for STDs, and you can do it with the myLab Uber Box home STD testing kit. Never before has it been easier to get tested – it can be privately, and without having to visit a doctor.
The key factor people don’t get tested for STDs is the embarrassment they feel in talking to their doctor about it (and that’s just one of the many reasons). With the Uber Box, however, the only thing you have to worry about is finding the time to test yourself at home. And, even if you have no symptoms, you can still use the kit. This is something doctors suggest people do in the first place.
The myLab Uber Box is a complete kit that tests for the typical STD diseases – chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhea, hepatitis C, HIV 1 and II, trichomoniasis and herpes simplex type II. It comes with a vaginal swab or urine sample along with a blood collection test. It will include postage for you to mail the samples back. Once processed, the results are viewable online.
It’s simple, private and convenient. No reason for procrastination anymore!
It takes up to three business days after ordering for the kit to arrive in a discreet package. Testing takes five minutes. It takes another five days for the results to be viewed online. There are no doctor or clinic visits; no need to wait in the waiting room for your results.
Should a test result come up positive, the myLab Uber Box has a free medical consultation you can take advantage of. A real doctor can prescribe the appropriate medication for the disease.
There is not one person who likes getting tested for STDs, but it’s a necessary part of today’s world. With the myLab Uber Box, you can easily make this happen!
Written by Mark Riegel, MD
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