Florida STD Testing
We can guarantee that none of your test results will make it on your medical records. Your comfort is a priority to us and our 4,000 testing centers have taken steps to guard your information. We keep your information private by adhering to the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and state rules. We take the hassle out of finding an STD testing center by having locations in your area that may be open on Saturday.
A physician oversees every step of the screening process for your safety, from the sample to the result. With over 4,000 STD test sites throughout the US, we have many sites in Florida. Testing for STDs with us does not require you to make any doctor’s appointment. Reviews and testimonials from real customers are available for you to read. Our specialists are able to prescribe medication if needed.
We have a glossary of sexually transmitted disease (STD) terms on our website. Because we pledge to protect your privacy, we list all charges on your bank statement as FPK Services. There is no need to answer any embarrassing questions. We make STI testing easy and our labs do not require additional paperwork. We have an easy, fast online quiz to help you choose the best test option for you. Unlike other testing services, STDcheck.com requires no parental consent from teenagers aged 16-17. Visit our blog, Exposed, each week to check out informative posts about STD issues and topics.
STD Data for Florida
The rate of STDs in Florida has increased tremendously over the past few years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Florida department of health calculates and discloses data on Florida every year. Below are a few facts you should know today.
- Florida’s estimated HIV-related death rate was more than double the national average in 2010.
- Women aged 20-24 were the most likely group to contract chlamydia in 2012.
- Florida ranked 18th among 50 states in gonorrhea infections in 2010.
- Florida has received a total of $137,003,953 in federal grant funding for HIV/AIDS by 2011.
- In 2012, Florida had a total of 19,551 gonorrhea infections.
Many STDs can be spread by touching. 25% of all young adults in Florida have an STD and may not realize it. The best way to be certain if you have an STD or not is to get tested frequently. The health department of Florida collects statewide data regarding STDs and STD tests annually. It is easy to be unaware of an infection because many STDs do not have easy to recognize symptoms.