Easy STD testing in Italy

Getting tested for STD may not be on your travel plan, but it’s easy and confidential and it will give you peace of mind.

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Here's what you can do

Getting tested for STIs in Italy

Have you been exposed to an STI or have you been recommended to get an STD screening?

Tap the “Get Tested” button above and book your STD check. A doctor will prescribe you the right tests to do and our assistants will direct you to the most convenient testing facility.

You can get tested for STIs in RomeMilanPalermoLucca and many other cities in Italy.

How to get tested for STDs

1. BOOK ONLINE

2. GO TO THE LAB

3. GET TESTED

4. RECEIVE THE RESULTS

The following inclusions and exclusions apply to the online STD screening

Get treated for STIs in Italy for as low as €25

If you need to see a doctor because you have symptoms of an STD, we can connect you with a physician for an online consultation or an office visit.

The following inclusions and exclusions apply to the STD treatment

Q&A

A space for sharing our experience by answering questions that others like you have asked before.

How can I get tested for STDs in Italy?

No need to login or signup. Just submit your request for an online consultation using this link. Select one of the appointments offered for you. When you book an appointment for STD screening you can expect to receive:

  1. A list of tests prescribed by a doctor according to your risk profile
  2. Directions to a lab close to you where these tests are accepted
  3. A comment in English to your tests result written by a licensed provider

Where can I get tested for STDs in Italy?

You can get tested for STDs in public and private health clinics throughout Italy. STD testing through Doctors in Italy is available at local health clinics in Milan, Rome and many other cities. 

How much does STD testing cost?

The doctor’s consultation for assessing your risk and recommending the right tests will cost 20 euros. The cost of the tests depends on which tests you end up doing, as well as on the lab’s prices (the same test may cost more in Milan than in Naples). You can expect to spend between 70 euros and 350 euros for an STD testing panel. The quotation of the tests will be provided at the lab. You can request to know the cost of STD testing before taking the tests, so you don’t commit to a fee that you don’t know yet.

How long does STD testing take?

Results can be ready in 2 days for some tests, while others are likely to require a week to 10 days. This depends on the lab and the type of test. Same day STD tests are not commonly available in Italy.

How will I get my results?

You can ask the lab to email you the results, once ready, so you can receive them even if you have already moved to a different area. Labs provide safe online access to results, just remember to request it when you go in for the sample collection, as you will be required to sign an authorization form and get your login and password. If you do not wish to get your results online, you can go and collect them in person

How soon can you get tested for an STD?

Depending on the type of risk you ran into, you may need to get tested right away, within 72 hours, or you may need to wait a few days for more reliable results. As window periods of different STIs vary, it’s best to get advised by a doctor about this. In any case it’s better to err on the side of caution and get tested sooner rather than later. You can always re-test in a few weeks time.

What do I do if I have an STD?

If you have a positive test or if you have symptoms compatible with an STD you will need to see a doctor in order to get treated. You can easily book an appointment for an online consultation with a licensed medical provider through this link. Sometimes further testing will be required but, in all cases, the doctor will be able to recommend how to proceed in order to treat the infection. 

Can I use my insurance to pay?

It depends on whether your insurance policy covers diagnostic tests, and also on whether the lab accepts your insurance. You can pay with your insurance if your policy covers you and if your insurance is in the list of our insurance partners. For questions specific to your insurance plan, please call your insurance provider.

Where to get PEP and medications for HIV ?

PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) and ART (antiretroviral treatment) are only available through public hospitals and public centers dedicated to infectious diseases. If you are in Rome here you can find a list of places where you can receive advice about PEP 

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