STD Testing in Idaho
No preparation or fasting is needed to take any of our STD tests. We offer two convenient buying options: on the web or by phone at 1-800-456-2323. Our lab technicians only use a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam. Our STD comprehensive testing package covers the 10 most common STDs. If you get a positive result (excluding HSV-1), you will have the opportunity to ask a doctor questions and possibly discuss your treatment options with a complimentary phone consultation.
All of our STI tests are managed by a doctor, from the blood sample to the treatment recommendation. You can read reviews and testimonials from real customers. When you test with STDcheck.com you avoid any hospital or doctor's visits. If you are found positive for certain STDs, our doctors are able to prescribe medication at their discretion. Our 4,000 centers offer affordable, discreet STD tests, including our exclusive HIV RNA test that isolates HIV 9-11 days after exposure.
At our testing sites, no one will ask you to answer any embarrassing questions and there is no any additional paperwork. Our STD testing services are available to minors aged 16-17 regardless of parental consent. Our online test recommender can help you decide the best testing option for you. Our STD Basics page is there to help you learn about the different types of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). We uphold our commitment to your privacy by listing all charges as FPK Services on your bank statement. Stay current on recent advances in STD information with our weekly blog, Exposed.
STDs in Idaho: What You Need to Know
Here are a few facts you need to know about STD transmission in Idaho. The best way to protect yourself against STDs is to get the facts. In Idaho the rate of STD is ascending rapidly according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Idaho Department of Health.
- 3,345 women had known cases of Chlamydia infections in 2011.
- There were 86 people living with HIV in Canyon County in 2010.
- There were a total of 162 cases of gonorrhea reported in 2011.
- Idaho had a rate of 272.2 chlamydia infections per 100,000 people in 2010.
- 15 out of 792 HIV positive people living in Idaho as of 2010 were Native American.
Engaging in any sexual activity is a reason to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases. People in Idaho can acquire STDs, regardless of race or age. Different tests detect different types of STDs. Testing for STDs in Idaho can stop the spread of STDs. Less than half of adults age 18 to 44 in Idaho have tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS.