We keep your information confidential by following the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and local rules. Your peace of mind is a priority to us and our 4,000 testing centers have taken steps to protect your information. We take the hassle out of finding an STD testing center by having sites nearby that may be open on Saturday. We can assure that none of your test results will go on your medical records.

All testing is approved and managed by a licensed specialist from beginning to end. We offer same-day, confidential STD testing in over 4,000 testing locations with rapid results available in 1-2 days. You don’t need an appointment to test with us.Once you have received your results, our doctors can prescribe medication for you. Our customers have left testimonials to give you an idea of what to expect.

We offer easy STD testing process. Use our online test recommendation to find the best test for you. Your confidentiality is important to us, so we bill all charges on your bank statement as FPK Services. Our sexual health blog, Exposed, is updated weekly with posts and topics relevant to STDs and testing. We do not require additional paperwork and no one will expect you to answer personal questions at. A glossary of common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is on our site under the STD Basics page. You are not required to obtain parental consent if you are a minor aged 16-17 when you test with STDcheck.com.

Sexually transmitted disease information for: Georgia

The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Georgia Department of Health collect and publish data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in the state. It is important that you protect yourself by getting the facts about sexually transmitted diseases. Everybody in Georgia is able to contract STDs.

  • 18,652 Georgians contracted HIV due to male to male sexual contact in 2008
  • Georgia had the second highest national rate of P&S syphilis infection in 2010.
  • ***22,135 youths aged 15-19 reported having sexually transmitted diseases in Georgia
  • In 2011, Richmond and Columbia counties accounted for 2,700 STD infections in the state of Georgia.
  • The female Hispanic HIV rate in Georgia in 2010 was 2.8 times that of White females.

The government of Georgia gathers facts every year about how STDs and STD testing affect its citizens. Upwards of 50% of 18 to 44 year olds in Georgia have only taken a test for HIV/AIDS. Every ethnic group in Georgia are at risk for STDs. Most STDs can infect the same person more than once. The first step to stop the spread of STDs is to arm yourself with knowledge.