No fasting is required for the STD testing we offer. We make ordering simple with our online process or round the clock phone line at 1-800-456-2323. Our District Of Columbia 10-test panel testing package includes the most common sexually transmitted diseases, including the only test panel online that tests for hepatitis A. If you test positive for anything (except oral herpes), a free physician phone consultation will help you take the next step to getting treatment. With our testing, there is no undressing or swabbing needed.

Our payment process is secure and private. Easy to read results guarantee no confusion about your STD status. Trained counselors are available at 1-800-456-2323 to answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We accept multiple forms of payment- credit or debit cards, prepaid gift cards with the Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express logo, health savings accounts, PayPal, and e-checks. Our doctors can refer you to a specialist near you so you can receive quality care if you are positively diagnosed.

Our online test recommender can help you decide the best test panel for you. At our STD testing locations, no one will ask you uncomfortable questions and you will not have to complete additional paperwork. Our STD Basics page can help you learn about the different types of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Stay up-to-date on recent advances in STD information with our weekly blog, Exposed. Our STD testing services are available to teenagers aged 16-17 with no parental consent. We uphold our commitment to your privacy by listing all charges as FPK Services on your financial statement.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections in District Of Columbia

Get to know the District Of Columbia STD facts. Rates of STD transmission in District Of Columbia continues to increase every year, according to the federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and District Of Columbia Department of Health. Finding out your STD status is important and the sure way to do it is to get tested.

  • 14,465 people in D.C. were living with HIV in 2011
  • 207 people died of HIV/AIDS in 2012.
  • 129 DC males were found positive for latent stage syphilis in 2011.
  • The rate of HIV infection in black women in D.C. as of 2010 was 22.8 times higher than that of white women.
  • There have been 21,431 people diagnosed with AIDS from the start of the epidemic to 2011.

1 out of 4 District Of Columbia young adults are known to be positive for an STD. People who are not aware of their infection often spread STDs throughout District Of Columbia. Each year, the state of District Of Columbia collects sexually transmitted disease testing data. You can use condoms and dental dams to protect yourself. A few STDs, like Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines.