June 14, 2024

Introducing GoRocky's GoSafe Program: Convenient Home STD Testing

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing men with secure, affordable, and accessible health treatments, GoRocky is excited to introduce the GoSafe program. This innovative initiative offers STD tests which can be conveniently booked online, with a certified nurse coming directly to your home for the appointment. 

Here’s everything you need to know about the GoSafe program, the testing process, and the importance of regular STD tests.

What is the GoSafe Program?

Our GoSafe program aims at making at-home Vaccinations and STD tests accessible. Customers can easily book an appointment through our website with a certified nurse from 9am-3pm to perform the tests at the comfort of their home or any place they desire. We currently offer various tests for STDs such as HIV, Syphilis, Herpes, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia as well as blood screenings.

We want to address the problem and dangers of STDs since the Philippines has the fasest-growing HIV epidemic in the Western Pacific region.E.g. from 2012 to 2023, there was a 411% increase in daily HIV incidence. 

Furthermore Metro Manila accounts for the majority of new HIV cases. In 2022, Metro Manila reported 3,915 new HIV cases, highlighting regional disparities in infection rates and the need for targeted interventions​.

The Process of the Testing

Using GoSafe for STD testing is simple and user-friendly:

Why Regular STD Tests Are Important

Regular STD testing is crucial for maintaining your health and the health of your partners. Here are some key reasons why regular testing is important:

  1. Early Detection and Treatment: Many STDs can be asymptomatic, meaning you might not show any symptoms even if you are infected. Regular testing helps detect STDs early, allowing for timely treatment that can prevent complications and transmission to others.
  2. Preventing Long-Term Health Issues: Untreated STDs can lead to serious health problems, including infertility, organ damage, and increased risk of certain cancers. Regular testing helps ensure that any infections are caught early and treated before they cause long-term damage.
  3. Protecting Your Partners: Knowing your STD status is important for protecting your sexual partners. Regular testing and sharing your results with your partners can help prevent the spread of infections and promote a healthy and responsible approach to sexual health.
  4. Reducing Stigma: By making STD testing a regular part of your healthcare routine, you help normalize it and reduce the stigma associated with sexual health. This encourages more people to get tested and take care of their sexual health.
  5. Peace of Mind: Regular testing provides peace of mind, knowing that you are taking proactive steps to monitor and protect your health. This allows you to focus on your personal and professional life without the worry of undetected infections.

The GoSafe program aims to spread awareness about the topic of STDs and offer a convenient solution to ensure clarity about your health status. We bring the testing out of the crowded hospitals into the comfort of your home, while ensuring that you receive the most accuracy with the test.

About GoRocky

GoRocky is a leading online health platform in the Philippines, dedicated to providing accessible, discreet, and comprehensive healthcare solutions. We specialize in services such as home vaccinations and testing, alongside online consultations for conditions like erectile dysfunction, hair loss, and premature ejaculation. 

Our platform ensures convenience and privacy, offering FDA-approved treatments, free medical advice, and direct-to-door delivery with a 100% money-back guarantee.

Visit GoRocky today to learn more and schedule your service!

*The information provided on this platform is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

Sources

[1]https://www.mdpi.com/2414-6366/8/5/258 [2]https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2023/02/06/2242819/hiv-cases-21-2022

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