Alaska STD Testing
No physical exam is needed when you test for common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) with STDcheck.com. Take advantage of easy ordering by going online or calling 1-800-456-2323. Our testing locations do not require you to fast before taking your test. A free phone doctor consultation comes with any positive result (except Herpes-1). Our 10-test panel STD testing package is economically priced, guarantees speedy test results and protects your privacy.
We promise to protect your personal data by using our secure payment system. Our counselors are available around the clock to answer your STD testing questions at 1-800-456-2323. If you are positive for an STD, our doctor can refer you to a specialist near you to ensure that you find quality care. Multiple ways to pay make it easy to buy your own testing package. Your results are emailed in an easy to read format.
Our STD Basics page can help you learn about the different types of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Our testing services are available to minors aged 16-17 regardless of parental consent. We uphold our commitment to your privacy by listing all charges as FPK Services on your financial statement. Stay up-to-date on recent advances in STD information with our weekly blog, Exposed. At our STD testing sites, no one will expect answers to awkward questions and you won’t fill out any paperwork. Our online test recommendation tool can help you determine the best test option for you.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections in Alaska
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) circulates statistics and other information annually about sexually communicable diseases in Alaska, including how they are transmitted, who is getting new diseases and how to prevent them. Here are a collection of facts that are relevant to you.
- 734 women between ages 20-24 are infected with chlamydia in 2012
- Men between ages 20-29 years reported 426 cases of chlamydia in 2012
- As of 2011, there were 628 people living with HIV in Alaska.
- Alaska ranked 18th in the nation in gonorrhea infections
- Alaskans aged 25-34 are more likely to contract HIV.
The health department of Alaska collects statewide data regarding STDs and STD tests annually. It is easy to be unaware of an infection because many STDs do not have easy to recognize symptoms. Many STDs can be spread by touching. The only way to be certain if you have an STD is to be tested. 25% of young adults in Alaska have an STD and may not know it.