A breakdown of your syphilis test and actionable follow up steps
It’s important to treat syphilis early. This bacterial infection, transmitted during sexual contact, can be cured with penicillin if detected and treated right away. However, if syphilis is left untreated, it can worsen and cause serious brain, nerve, and heart damage, among other issues. Unpleasant symptoms such as sores and rashes may not appear right away, which can make it difficult to know if you have the disease. Gain the clarity you need with True Marker’s syphilis blood test.
This home STD test for syphilis offers the confidentiality and privacy you need for a test of this nature. Our in-house lab delivers rapid results—within a three-day turnaround window—so you can put your mind at ease. True Marker’s at-home syphilis test results return to you in a shareable PDF report that you can discuss with your doctor. We also offer treatment recommendations, if desired.
Important details of your sexual health and well-being
You owe it to yourself—and your romantic partners—to regularly monitor your sexual health. When you are sexually active, you have a responsibility to be vigilant against STDs. Doing so can aid in the prevention of long-term consequences and helps to avoid transmission of infection to future partners.
True Maker's at-home test for syphilis arrives at your doorstep in discreet packaging, with everything you need to get a blood prick sample. This kit, as well as our other general health tests, is designed for your convenience. You don’t have to schedule an appointment to visit the doctor’s office or a lab; simply browse our collection of home health tests and order the one that works for you. Trust True Marker with all of your health testing needs.
There are different ways to measure your health if infected with syphilis. Here's why they matter for you:
The syphilis antibody is an IgG antibody that is detected in the blood stream if one is infected with the bacteria.
The majority of syphilis infections are asymptomatic. If symptoms do occur, they are likely to occur within two weeks of exposure. Some symptoms may include: pain upon urination, pain during sexual intercourse, rash or itching (anus or genitals), change in the color or abnormal smelling discharge, or painful erections.
Monitoring your sexual history is crucial for your overall health.
Everything you need to easily take your test:
Our in-house medical team really knows what they’re talking about
Rather than outsourcing testing, we built the first lab that does it in-house. That means our scientists can actually answer your questions and are available to guide you through the process.