Complete STD blood panel


Complete blood panel: HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and syphilis.

Viral sexually transmitted infections /diseases (STDs or STIs)  that we see in blood tests are less common than the bacterias (gonorrhea, chlamydia etc) but general worry us more as they can be more serious.

If you think you may have been at risk for one of these infections you can always ask for my opinion before getting tested.

Can I do this test now, should I wait, how precise is it? Where can I get tested, how long do results take, can I get some guidance from the doctor?



This panel of tests is a normal blood test screen for viral sexually transmitted infections. It is the best way to compliment the PCR tests that you may consider after oral, vaginal or anal sex, as these viruses may be hidden and not show symptoms. The blood test, however, will reveal their presence and allow treatment to be started.

I think a screen for these infections is useful in a general check-up and so I’ve grouped together all the blood work into one package with the best quality tests for routine detection.

Infections detected: HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and syphilis

Techniques usted:

  • HIV –  HIV 1 & 2 antibody and p-24 antigen test
  • Hepatitis B  –  detection of surface antigen
  • Hepatitis C  –  IgM antibody detection
  • Syphilis  – IgG and IgM antibody detection

Test performance & window period: This check-up reaches optimal detection if one month has gone by since the last sexual contact. If you are interested in very early detection of these viruses, please see the other related products mentioned.

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Type of test: blood sample

Results available in: as our laboratory PCR machines are overwhelmed right now, results may take up take up to 7 working days. But in the majority of cases we will get the results back to you before this.

Where do I get tested?: When you purchase this test you will asked to choose a laboratory from more than 100 possible centres around Spain where your blood will be taken.