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STI screening

Service with prescription

Screening for sexually

transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI)

Why can’t we ever put too much emphasis on SSTI screening?  Because asymptomatic (symptom-free) infections are not the exception. In fact, they’re commonplace, and the consequences of an STI with or without symptoms are serious if left untreated: fertility problems, chronic pain, paralysis and even, in the case of some serious infections, death.  To find out more, click on the link below.

When to get tested

Our procedure

Scenario 1 asymptomatic

1

Consultation

If you come in for a check-up or an annual routine, our clinician will make an assessment, address your concerns and give you all the information you need.

2

Sampling

Then, depending on the assessment, a urine test and/or a blood sample and/or a culture will be taken.

3

Results

Receipt of results takes between 2 and 10 days. Whether your result is negative or positive, our clinician will contact you to send you your result in person or by telephone, depending on your consent.

4

Treatment

If the gonorrhea and/or chlamydia results are positive, our clinician will prescribe the appropriate treatment. If the results for HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and/or syphilis are positive, you will be referred to a doctor for appropriate treatment.

Scenario 2with symptoms

1

Make an appointment

If you have symptoms, you must have a medical prescription before making an appointment online or by phone. Once the appointment has been made, you will be asked to send your prescription by photo or PDF to our e-mail address or by fax.

2

Instructions

Within the same day, we’ll contact you with the price and the preparation you’ll need for your tests. We’ll answer all your questions and meet all your needs.

3

Sampling

Once your sample has been taken, it will be sent to the laboratory at Enfant-Jésus Hospital. Your results will be sent directly to your doctor.

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Pregnant woman

Did you know that...

Did you know that for pregnant women, the consequences of an untreated STI can include miscarriage, premature delivery, intrauterine infection (inside the uterus) or stillbirth? What’s more, you can pass the infection on to your child. For more information, click on the link below.