At Home Male STD Panel

This panel includes tests for HPV High-Risk Virus, Chlamydia / Gonorrhea, Herpes Virus I & II

SelfCollect’s Male STD Panel tests for the most common sexually transmitted infections. Symptoms and risk factors may be similar for many STDs, so a complete panel can give you peace of mind, plus a full picture of your intimate health. With SelfCollect’s Male STD Panel, you can collect a sample in the privacy of your own home and conveniently retrieve results online. Plus, modern DNA methods of Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing (NAAT) are strictly followed at our partner laboratory, ensuring you receive highly accurate results you can trust. Don't be afraid. Be smart. Get tested!

4 easy steps


Select the tests you need


Receive your SelfCollect Kit in an unbranded package


Privately collect your sample, keep your private order number and mail back your kit


Use your order number to view your results on our secure website

The kit

Sample kit with annotated key
  • A Nondescript shipping envelope
  • B Pre-paid return envelope
  • C Detailed collection instructions
  • D Order number label
  • E Collection materials

Retrieving your results

Sample text message and sample email

We want to respect your privacy, even when it comes to knowing when your results are ready. As part of the checkout process, you will choose whether to receive a text message or email notification. Your results will be simple and easy to understand. We’ll also include helpful next steps resources.

Why SelfCollect?

Private. Confidential. Accurate. SelfCollect is a confidential, highly accurate home STD testing service you collect in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Our CLIA certified, partner laboratory utilizes FDA approved, double stranded DNA Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing (NAAT) providing highly sensitive and accurate testing. It’s a convenient, anonymous way to gain important information about your body. SELFCOLLECT FOR SELFRESPECT!

What is the Male STD Panel?

This panel is a penile STD test which checks for the most common STDs found in men. Many of these are the same infections healthcare providers routinely test for.

Which tests are included in this panel?

HPV High-Risk Virus:

Most sexually active adults will have an HPV infection at some point in their lives. There are no symptoms of High Risk HPV, but it is the cause of different types of cancer including: cervical, anal and forms of oral cancer. And while HPV-related penile cancer is rare, carrying the virus means you are potentially passing it along to sexual partners. Early detection of this virus is potentially lifesaving for you and your partner.


These are two of the most common STDs and often show no signs or symptoms. If left untreated, they can cause inflammation of the urethra or prostate or lead to infertility. Any male who is sexually active with new or multiple partners should routinely test for chlamydia and gonorrhea.

Herpes Virus I & II:

Oral herpes (HSV-1) and genital herpes (HSV-2) are both very common. Many people don’t realize they have one or both types, transmitting the virus to their partner without realizing it.

Genital Wart Viruses (optional add-on): 

Low Risk HPV does not cause cancer but does lead to genital warts. Warts are persistent and may cause pain or discomfort. However, they can be easily treated by a healthcare provider.

Why choose a full panel?

Many STDs have overlapping symptoms and risk factors, making it difficult to know which to test for. It’s also quite common for someone to have multiple STDs at the same time. If you’re unsure which infection you may have, an at-home male STD panel can give you broader results more easily and cost effectively.

Obtaining the results of a full panel of tests will provide you and your partner with the peace of mind needed for your intimate health. You don’t know unless you test, and only you will know.

Currently, our service is not available to New York residents. Please check back at a later time.

This test can only be added to male kits.

This test can only be added to female kits.