When you say "test me for everything," what you'll usually get tested for are chlamydia and gonorrhea, and sometimes syphilis, says Minkin. That's because these are the STI tests that are routinely recommended for most women. For more information on who should get tested for what, check out our complete guide to STI-testing recommendations.
But if you've had unprotected sex, you have any symptoms, or you just think you might be at risk for something else, talk to your doctor about that. In certain cases, it wouldn't be unreasonable to ask to be tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, and hepatitis C, says Minkin. But your doctor will probably ask for more information about your sexual habits to make sure you really need them.
There are also some tests they may not recommend. Based on the current guidelines, routine testing for herpes is not recommend unless you have symptoms or think you've been exposed, and routine HPV testing is not recommended in women under 30.