We offer Kansas STD testing with quick test results in 1-2 days. Testing with STDcheck.com guarantees that you will be satisfied with your experience. We take the hassle out of finding an STD testing center with convenient hours near you. Because we do not accept insurance plans as a payment option you can be sure that none of your personal information will be placed on your permanent medical records. Your information is secure with us, thanks to our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all federal and local rules.

When you buy your tests, your personal information is safe with our encrypted checkout process. We have trained counselors available to answer your questions 24/7 at 1-800-456-2323. Straightforward results mean no confusion about your STD status. It is imperative to us that after you get your results, if they are positive, you can get referred to a healthcare provider near you. Paying for your testing is as simple as using your credit or debit card, health savings account, an e-check, PayPal, or a prepaid gift card displaying the Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express logo.

Stay current on recent advances in STD issues with our weekly blog, Exposed. We uphold our commitment to your privacy by listing all charges as FPK Services on your credit card statement. Our online test recommender can help you decide the best test package for you. Our STD Basics page is there to help you educate yourself on the different types of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Our testing services are available to minors aged 16-17 without their parental consent. At our testing centers, no one will expect answers to embarrassing questions and you will not have to complete any additional paperwork.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Kansas- Get the facts.

HIV in Kansas is growing fast. Get tested today and know your STD status. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Kansas Department of Health release facts and Kansas STD statistics every year. The best way to protect yourself is to know the facts.

  • The rate of Hispanic/Latino males living with HIV in 2010 was 2.1 times higher than white males.
  • There were 710 black people living with HIV in Kansas at the end of 2010.
  • Johnson County had the highest number of white HIV-positive residents in Kansas at the end of 2010: 347.
  • Sedgwick County had the highest number of people living with HIV in 2010 with 707 HIV-positive residents.

It is possible for certain STDs to be contracted multiple times. Condoms and dental dams are an essential addition to abstinence for preventing STDs. Almost half of 18 to 44 year olds in Kansas have only ever tested for HIV/AIDS. STIs affect people in Kansas no matter their ethnicity, age, or background. People in Kansas face a real problem in the form of STDs.