Virginia STD Testing
Buy your STD testing with ease by calling 1-800-456-2323 or ordering online. Our Virginia comprehensive 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 for our STD testing. No fasting is needed for any of the STD tests we offer. If your results are positive (except oral herpes), get help in taking the next step with a free phone consultation with a doctor.
We never conduct tests without the supervision and approval of our doctors. We have over 4,000 discreet STD test locations and we offer STI tests with fast results in 1-2 days. You can test at your convenience, without a need for an appointment at a physician’s office, hospital, or urgent care center. Satisfied customers love to leave reviews of the great service we give. Medications may be prescribed to you by our physician, if needed.
Once your test results have been confirmed, they will be emailed to you so you can see them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet. If you need a refund, simply get in touch with us before visiting our testing centers to cancel and get a refund within 48 hours. All of our testing processes have been reviewed by medical testing experts to guarantee quality and safety. At our Virginia STD testing centers, there is no paperwork to complete and no private questions to answer. There is no other STD testing provider that is quicker than STDcheck.com.
STD Information for Virginia
It is important that you protect yourself by getting the facts about sexually transmitted diseases. Anyone in Virginia can contract STDs. The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Virginia Department of Health collect and publish data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in your state.
- Virginia ranked 22nd out of 50 states for gonorrhea in 2010.
- Between 2008 and 2011, 1,594 Virginians aged 35 to 44 were diagnosed with HIV.
- There were 2,931 Virginia residents living with HIV between the ages of 25 and 34 in 2010.
- From 2008-2011, there were 5,062 new HIV infections among Virginia men.
- Virginia was #19 in the nation for syphilis infections in 2010.
You can contract some STDs by coming in contact with the skin of an infected person. It is easy to get tests for STDs in Virginia. In Virginia, people often do not seek treatment for their STDs because they feel embarrassed. STIs in Virginia are often transmitted by people who may not be aware they have a disease. 25% of young Virginia adults may have sexually transmitted infections.