STD Testing Vacation PackageGet yourself ready for fun.
A package customized to give you peace of mind before and after your lifestyle trip.
We love lifestyle vacations. Places like Hedonism, Desire, Naughty in New Orleans, and Podcast-A-Palooza are all wonderful. For many in the lifestyle, it’s the one time each year that we can unburden ourselves from our day-to-day responsibilities and truly be free.
Shameless’s Vacation package includes two test kits.
We send you two complete STD panels. You collect your own samples and return one test kit about three weeks before your vacation and the remaining kit three weeks after. That way, you know your status leading up to your trip, and you can share that with others on your vacation.
“We completed the Shameless Vacation Package and were negative on everything.”
That lets everyone know your status exactly and is better than the standard – “we were tested and are clean” – which means absolutely nothing considering the wild inconsistencies with what you get from primary care physician tests.
You will also know you didn’t contract anything during your naughty vacation.
This package offers complete peace of mind for your trip.
The Vacation Package includes at-home testing for HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Syphilis, Herpes Simplex 2, Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Urine, Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Throat, and Trichomonas.
Remember that is TWO sets of tests, 22 tests in all. Includes shipping (both ways) and lab processing.
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Only need one test? No problem, get one.
Why should I get both urine and throat tests?
Several common STDs can infect different parts of your body depending on how you were exposed to them and getting the wrong test could miss this!
For example, having unprotected vaginal sex could lead to a genital chlamydia infection. But having unprotected oral sex could lead to oral chlamydia. A urine test would miss oral infection and an oral swab could miss the genital infection. Both can cause you health complications and both can be passed to new partners. As a result, depending on your practices, we often recommend both urine and oral swab tests.
In our experience, poorly understanding how your sexual practices inform your real testing needs is one of the biggest challenges individuals face when seeing a doctor for their testing needs.