Testing with STDcheck.com guarantees that you will be satisfied with your experience. Your information is safe with us, thanks to our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all federal and local rules. Since we do not accept insurance as a payment option you can be sure that none of your personal information will be placed on your permanent medical records. We offer Connecticut STD testing with fast test results in 1-2 days. We make it easy to find an STD testing center with convenient hours close by.

We make it our mission to refer you to appropriate specialty healthcare providers near you if you are positively diagnosed. Acceptable payment methods include credit and debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo. Our Connecticut STD test centers have counselors available 24/7 to answer all your questions at 1-800-456-2323. Straightforward, easy to understand results avoid possible confusion about your STD status. With our secure payment processing, your personal information will be protected.

Visit our blog, Exposed, each week to check out informative posts about STD issues and topics. We have a simple, quick online questionnaire to help you decide what the best testing options are for you. We respect your privacy so no one will ask you any uncomfortable questions. We have a glossary of sexually transmitted disease (STD) definitions on our website. We make STD testing simple and our labs do not require additional paperwork. Because we pledge to protect your privacy, we list all charges on your bank statement as FPK Services. Unlike other testing services, STDcheck.com does not require parental consent for minors aged 16-17.

Sexually Transmitted Disease Information for Connecticut

Here are a few facts that affect you. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases statistics and other information every year about STDs in Connecticut, including how they are spread, who is getting new infections and the best way to prevent them.

  • 1,271 out of every 100,000 black people in Connecticut were HIV-positive at the end of 2010.
  • At the end of 2010, 10,822 people were living with HIV in Connecticut.
  • There were 3,294 cases of HIV reported living in New Haven County, CT in 2010.
  • 926 Hispanic/Latino people were living with HIV in New Haven County as of 2010.
  • There were 3,270 cases of HIV living in Hartford County, CT in 2010.

Some STDs are easily transmitted by coming in contact with the skin of an infected person. In Connecticut, people often do not seek treatment for their STDs out of embarrassment. It is easy to get tested for STDs in Connecticut. Sexually transmitted infections in Connecticut are often transmitted by people who may not be aware they have a disease. 25% of young Connecticut adults have an STD.