Walk-In Chlamydia Testing & Treatment Clinic in Greenville, SC on Woodruff Road
AFC Urgent Care is Open 7 Days A Week & No Appointment Is Needed
When most people think of STDs, they imagine herpes (which is a very common disease, also known as a cold sore). But some STDs, such as chlamydia, are just as prevalent in the population and can be dangerous. At AFC Urgent Care Greenville, SC on Woodruff Road our medical professionals can provide advice on preventing chlamydia, diagnostic tests for detecting chlamydia, and treatment if you have contracted the STD. We offer convenient lab testing on site and a walk-in clinic, so that you can quickly drop in to get tested. In addition, our lab results are fast and efficient, so that you can worry less and get treated in a timely manner.
What is chlamydia? How is it contracted?
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease, and can infect anyone. For women, it can cause reproductive issues in the long run and lead to various other pregnancy issues. It is contracted through anal, oral, and vaginal sex.
What are the symptoms? How serious is the STD?
Symptoms can include discharge from the vagina or penis, and a burning sensation. These symptoms are similar to that of a UTI (urinary tract infection) or a yeast infection, so it is important to see a physician as soon as you start noticing symptoms. Most people with chlamydia do not experience symptoms.
How do I treat chlamydia?
Chlamydia can be treated by medication prescribed by your doctor.
If you think that you might have chlamydia or want to learn more about the symptoms, please ask our physicians at AFC Urgent Care Greenville, SC on Woodruff Road. We are open flexible hours for your convenience, and can provide confidential STD testing and treatment. We hope we can help you with your STD needs soon!
Formerly AFC Doctors Express