One Step Herpes Test


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One look is not enough! It takes more than that to know if you’ve been infected with genital herpes. Most have no idea they have it, others simply ignore it, but any STDs can be dangerous for the health. For a proper diagnosis, you need to get tested. Many tests you can come buy can detect genital herpes, but most of them are expensive. One Step offers cheaper tests with excellent accuracy. These tests are affordable and far more accessible for those on a tight budget. Know the risks, invest in your health – get tested for genital herpes today!


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Genital Herpes Test (HSV2) From One Step

Is that rash actually genital herpes? Can you tell by simply observing? The answer is no! Without a proper genital herpes test, is impossible to tell. Genital herpes is an extremely common STDs transmitted during sexual contact. The two infections that cause it are:

  • HSV-1 (Type 1 herpes simplex virus)
  • HSV-2 (Type 2 herpes simplex virus)

Most of the herpes are caused by HSV-2, while the first one is often responsible for fever blisters and cold sores.

The Symptoms of Genital Herpes

Many people can experience various symptoms, but it depends on the individual. Here are some of the most common signs of genital herpes that might indicate you’ve been infected:

  • Red or cracked areas around the genitals (without itching or painful sensations)
  • The anal region feels too itchy
  • Headaches
  • Pain during urination
  • Tiny blisters that end up breaking open and causing pain (appear on the rectal, thighs, or buttocks area)
  • Back Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Swollen lymph nodes

If you don’t recognize the symptoms or you don’t experience any, it’s not recommended that you get yourself tested. Blood tests can help detect any abnormalities in the immune system, but to increase the likelihood of detecting herpes antibodies, you will need to know if you have any symptoms. Otherwise, you might get false-positive results, particularly if you have a low chance of contracting genital herpes.

However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get tested. On the contrary, routine testing is still important for anyone who might be exposed to the infection. Just, having visible symptoms increases the chance of accurate results.

If you suspect to be infected, explain your sexual history to your health care provider and ask if they would recommend you get tested. Blood tests are the best ways to figure out if the infection has manifested or the outbreak has begun.

Why Should You Get Tested

The problem is, not many people know they are infected. Some don’t experience any symptoms, while others completely ignore them. If you are pregnant, you can transfer that infection to your baby. This can put your unborn child in danger. If the herpes is left untreated, you have a higher chance of developing HIV. In fact, HSV-2 infection greatly increases the chance of developing an HIV infection. HSV-2 can open areas in the genital section for HIV to freely enter and infect the body of the individual who has been exposed to it.