When you test with STDcheck.com you, you rest assured knowing that nothing goes on your medical records. We provide conveniently located STD testing close by you. We protect your privacy by adhering to federal and local privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. We assure that you will be satisfied with your testing experience. Our confidential STD testing in Arkansas offers rapid results in 1-2 days.

Call our counselors at 1-800-456-2323 with your questions about testing for STDs in Arkansas. We streamline the checkout process by taking credit, debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards that feature the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo. Simple to read results deliver your STD status in a straightforward format. You have peace of mind using our secure payment processing. Once you have received test results, it is a priority to us that you get a referral to a specialist close to you, if found positive.

No embarrassing questions to answer and no paperwork to fill out. If you decide not to continue with your testing, contact us prior to visiting our test site to receive a refund within 1-2 days. Our STD tests require a small blood or urine sample, make the tests fast and painless. All of our tests have been reviewed for quality assurance by medical testing experts. STDcheck.com makes viewing your test results easy by allowing your results to be viewed on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. Arkansas STD testing makes testing easy and simple.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Arkansas- Get the facts.

Annually, the Arkansas health department and the United States government put together STD related information, including rate of transmission and ways to prevent their spread. Staying healthy and free from sexually transmitted diseases is important. Getting Arkansas STD testing is the best decision you can make at this time. Here are a few facts you need to know about Arkansas STD rates.

  • Among men living with HIV in Arkansas as of 2010, almost 72% contracted the disease through male-to-male sexual contact.
  • In 2011, Jefferson County had the second-highest number of reported chlamydia cases with 1,003.
  • Arkansas ranked 6th for gonorrhea infections in the U.S. per 100,000 people in 2010.
  • 1,996 cases of gonorrhea were found in males in 2011.
  • The number of HIV infections that result in an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months in Arkansas was higher than the national average.

Engaging in any sexual intercourse is a reason to get tested for STDs. Different tests search for different types of STDs. Less than 50% of adults age 18 to 44 in Arkansas have screened for an STD other than HIV/AIDS. Testing for STDs in Arkansas can prevent the spread of STDs. People in Arkansas can be affected by STDs, regardless of race or age.