Louisiana STD Testing
No fasting needed for any of the STD tests we provide. If your results are positive (except Herpes 1), get assistance in taking the next step with a free doctor consultation. Our Louisiana comprehensive 10-test panel package tests for the ten most common sexually transmitted infections such as HIV-1, HIV-2, chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis A, B and C, and syphilis. There is no need for a physical exam to test for STDs. Buy your STD testing with ease by calling 1-800-456-2323 or ordering online.
You have peace of mind using our safe payment processing. After you get test results, it is a priority to us that you receive a referral to a specialist near you, if you are positively diagnosed. We streamline the payment procedure by taking credit, debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards that feature the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo. Easy to read results deliver your STD status in a straightforward way. Contact our counselors at 1-800-456-2323 if you have any questions about STD testing in Louisiana.
There is no other STD testing provider that is quicker than STDcheck.com. If you need a refund, simply call us prior to visiting our testing centers to cancel and get a refund within 48 hours. At our Louisiana STD testing locations, there will be no paperwork to complete and no personal questions to answer. All of our testing processes have been audited by medical testing experts to guarantee quality and safety. Test results will be emailed to you so you can view them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet.
STDs in Louisiana: What You Need to Know
Here are a few facts you need to know about the rate of STDs in Louisiana. Every year, the United States government and Louisiana Department of Health gather information about sexually transmitted diseases in your area. It is imperative to know the status of your sexual health and one way to find out is to get tested for sexually transmitted infection.
- In 2011, 6,408 known HIV cases in Louisiana were among men known to have sex with other men.
- In 2011, 84% of the syphilis cases that were reported in Louisiana were among black peopel.
- The rate of HIV-positive women per 100,000 people living in Louisiana is 20.5, almost triple the national rate of 7.7 by population.
- 4,066 white people had chlamydia infections in 2011.
- In 2011, Caddo Parish had a primary and secondary syphilis diagnosis rate greater than 30 cases per 100,000 people.
The first step to prevent the spread of STDs is to arm yourself with information. More than half of 18 to 44 year olds in Louisiana have never tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS. The health department of Louisiana calculates statistics every year about how STDs and STD testing affect its citizens. Every socioeconomic group in Louisiana are at risk for STDs. Most STDs can infect the same person many times.