Sexually transmitted diseases can impact your health and the health of those that you are closest to. Trichomoniasis, one of the most common STDs, will typically not present any symptoms and may often go unnoticed. With My Lab ReQuest, you can quickly and easily order your own trichomoniasis screening online and confirm your diagnosis with a simple test.

Order Your Own Trichomonas Vaginalis Screen for $81

Order & Pay for your test in 3 easy steps.

  • 1 Select Tests
  • 2 Preferences & Authorization
  • 3 Payment & Schedule

*Available under Infectious Disease Screening category on test menu page

Once trichomoniasis has been diagnosed, it can be easily cured with medical treatment. Confirm your status with My Lab ReQuest and make educated decisions about the management of your health. Visit any of our 70 locations across Arizona to complete your screening. Test results are completely confidential and are available in just a few days using our secure online results portal.

Why Order Your Own Trichomonas Vaginalis Screen with My Lab ReQuest?

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  • 1) To take charge of your health and have the most accurate and up-to-date information to proactively manage your health and make educated decisions

  • 2) You prefer the convenience and the time savings of ordering directly

  • 3) Your insurance does not pay for laboratory testing

Since the passage of the law in 2015 that allows for consumers in Arizona to order their own lab tests, thousands of patients have used our My Lab ReQuest service to take charge of their health and make more informed healthcare decisions. Our Trichomonas Vaginalis screen is just one of the several infectious disease screenings we offer to patients to assess their health status for various diseases.

Patients choose Sonora Quest Laboratories to meet their lab testing needs for a wide range of reasons, including:

Award-Winning Quality

As the nation's largest integrated laboratory system, Sonora Quest Laboratories delivers award-winning quality services every day to more than 23,000 patients across Arizona. We are the #1 bioscience company in Arizona, according to Ranking Arizona, and we are also the only healthcare company to even win the Arizona Governor's Award for Quality. Most importantly, we are accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the organization whose accreditation ensures the highest standard of care for laboratory patients.

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Schedule an appointment or walk in to any of our 70 Patient Service Centers located across Arizona! We have over 45 locations in Metro Phoenix, 14 locations in Tucson and Southern Arizona, and various other locations across Northern and Western Arizona. Moreover, several of our locations are conveniently located inside of Safeway markets so that you can plan your screening around your trip to your neighborhood grocery store.

Learn More about Trichomoniasis (Trich)

What is trichomoniasis?

Trichomoniasis, also commonly referred to as trich, is a sexually transmitted disease that is both common and easy to cure. The disease is caused by a parasite called Trichomonas vaginalis.

According to the CDC, there are an estimated 3.7 million people in the United States with trichomoniasis. However, most of these people are asymptomatic and many may be unaware that they have been infected.

Who is at risk for trichomoniasis?

Anyone that is sexually active is at risk for trichomoniasis. The disease can be spread from vagina to penis, from penis to vagina, or from vagina to vagina. Though anyone can contract the disease, it is much more common in women, especially those that are older.

As a result of the greater propensity for women to contract trichomoniasis, pregnant women should carefully assess their risk for the disease given the consequences that trichomoniasis can have on a child in the womb. Mothers with trichomoniasis are more likely to have preterm deliveries and their children are also more likely to have low birth weights.

What are the symptoms of trichomoniasis?

In most cases, people infected with trichomoniasis will not show any signs on symptoms. In fact, according to the CDC, 70% of infected people will not develop signs or symptoms of the disease.

When symptoms are present, the CDC reports that the following symptoms may be experienced by men and women:


  • Itching or irritation inside the penis;

  • Burning after urination or ejaculation;

  • Discharge from the penis.


  • Itching, burning, redness or soreness of the genitals;

  • Discomfort with urination;

  • A change in their vaginal discharge (i.e., thin discharge or increased volume) that can be clear, white, yellowish, or greenish with an unusual fishy smell.

It is important to note that symptoms may vary in severity and that symptoms may come and go over time.

How can you prevent trichomoniasis?

As with other STDs, the best way to prevent trichomoniasis is by knowing how to protect yourself. The CDC recommends the following measures for preventing trichomoniasis or any other sexually transmitted disease:

  • Use latex condoms consistently and correctly

  • Abstain from vaginal, anal, and oral sex

  • Be in a monogamous relationship with a partner that you know is uninfected.

Regular testing for trichomoniasis if you are in an at-risk group is also recommended to help prevent the spread of the disease to others.

Who should be tested for trichomoniasis?

The CDC recommends that all women that have been infected with HIV be tested for trichomonasis upon an initial HIV diagnosis and that testing for trichomonasis be continued on annual basis thereafter. Other women that are in high-risk settings or that engage in sexual activity with multiple partners should also consider testing.

How do you test for trichomoniasis?

Trichomoniasis is diagnosed through laboratory testing.

How is trichomoniasis treated?

Trichomoniasis is treated with oral medication. It is important to note that individuals can be re-infected with Trichomoniasis. Therefore, once treatment has been completed, sexual activity should abstained from in order to ensure avoid possible reinfection. Additionally, to further prevent possible reinfection, your sexual partner(s) should also be treated.

Testing for Other STDs

Sonora Quest Laboratories offers testing for a complete range of common sexually transmitted diseases. Choose from screenings for specific STDs or order a comprehensive STD Screen, which tests for all common STDs in one test.

*Certain patient test results are required by Arizona Administrative Code (R9-4-302 and 404.H. and R9-6-204) to be reported to the Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) for public health reasons.

*It is solely your responsibility to promptly discuss all laboratory test results with a physician. Neither Sonora Quest Laboratories nor its Medical Director will provide interpretation, counseling, consulting, or care recommendations on the basis of any laboratory results provided to you. 

Order Your Own Trichomonas Vaginalis Screen

Order a Trichomonas Vaginalis Screen
for $81 & pay for your test in 3 easy steps. 

  • 1 Select Tests
  • 2 Preferences & Authorization
  • 3 Payment & Schedule

*Available under Infectious Disease Screening category on test menu page

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Hepatitis C Screen

Includes Reflex to Confirmation. Screen for and diagnoses a hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection and to monitor treatment of the infection.

STD Screen

Screens for Chlamydia/Gonorrheae, Herpes, Syphilis, and HIV.

STD Screen for Chlamydia/Gonorrheae

Screens for Chlamydia/Gonorrheae only.

STD Screen for Herpes

Screens for Herpes only.

STD Screen for HIV

Screens for HIV only.

STD Screen for Syphilis

Screens for Syphilis only.

STD Screen with Trichomonas Vaginalis

Screens for Chlamydia/Gonorrheae, Herpes, HIV, Syphilis and Trichomonas vaginalis.

Tuberculosis (TB) Test (T-SPOT®.TB)

Screens for tuberculosis (TB). 

Valley Fever Screen

This test may assist in the diagnosis of Valley Fever, a fungal infection common in Arizona. 

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