If you’re looking for cheap and private STD testing in the Houston area, you can get tested today with one of our many convenient test centers throughout the city. Find confidential STD testing near you, whether you’re in downtown Houston, Willowbrook, Humble, Sugar Land, Bellaire, Pasadena, or anywhere between.

Our Houston labs offer same day testing for ten of the most common STDs. Results are fast (within 1 to 2 business days) and you can have confidence in their reliability because our CLIA-certified labs are the same labs your doctors use, and they meet rigorous standards of quality and accuracy. 

STDs are more common than you might think. The CDC reports that every year, more than 20 million new STD cases occur in the US. Often, STDs will present mild to no symptoms, allowing them to go unnoticed. This is why it is important to get tested. 

It’s quick and easy to know your status with our secure and streamlined test ordering process. Simply order your test, visit a Houston lab near you, and receive your results online.

STD Statistics for Houston

Cases of Chlamydia reported in Houston in 2017
Incidences of gonorrhea reported in Houston in 2017
Reported HIV cases in Houston as of the first quarter in 2019.

STD Information for Houston

Harris County leads with the highest numbers of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and total syphilis cases in Texas. In 2017, Houston saw 21,115 reported cases of chlamydia and 7,144 incidences of gonorrhea. This is the highest number of cases in Texas by city of residence. (1)

As of the first quarter of 2019, there were 21,544 reported HIV cases in Houston. Of the reported cases, 51% were Black, 28% were Hispanic, and 18% were white. While the national trend of HIV infection is decreasing (2), in Houston new reports rose from 1,110 cases in 2017 to 1,183 cases reported in 2018. (3)

Ranked against other states, Texas is 18th in highest rates of chlamydia cases, with 543.9 chlamydia cases per 100,000 residents. Texas is also 4th highest in rates of congenital syphilis (syphilis passed from mother to baby during pregnancy). (4)