Everything can be done online: from ordering the test, to a free phone consultation with a medical doctor, as well as getting a prescription phoned into your pharmacy.
We know we should ask every new partner to "get tested," but what for, exactly?
Los Angeles-based my LAB Box says it's the first nationwide testing service of its kind.The group pointed to a dramatic rise in STDs as motive for the campaign, citing a 2014 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Tinder did not comment on the cease-and-desist letter, the network reports, but responded to the connection between mobile dating apps and the rise in STD cases in a statement:"An important aspect of any healthy relationship - whether formed on Tinder or otherwise — is ensuring sexual health and safety."Since many STDs show no symptoms, you or your partner may have an STD from a previous relationship and not know it," says Shea.Many guys will say they've never had anything or noticed anything wrong, but that means nothing."Not enough men get the checkups and preventive care they need," Shea says.