Kentucky STD Testing
Our STD testing covers the 10 most common STDs. Our lab technicians only use a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam. No preparation or fasting is required to take any of our STD tests. If you get a positive result (excluding oral herpes), you will get to ask a physician questions and possibly discuss your treatment options with a free included phone consultation. We offer two convenient purchasing options: online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323.
Simple to read results take away confusion about your STD status. We take multiple payment methods- credit or debit cards, prepaid gift cards with the Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express logo, health savings accounts, PayPal, and e-checks. Our payment process is secure and private. Our physicians are able to refer you to a healthcare provider in your area so you can receive quality care if you test positive. Trained counselors are ready at 1-800-456-2323 to answer your questions around the clock.
We have an index of sexually transmitted disease (STD) definitions on our website. We make STD testing simple and our labs do not need additional paperwork. Because we pledge to protect your privacy, we bill all charges on your debit card statement as FPK Services. Visit our blog, Exposed, each week to check out educational articles about STD issues and topics. Unlike other testing services, STDcheck.com does not need parental consent for teenagers aged 16-17. We have a simple, fast online quiz to help you choose what the best testing options are for you. There is no need to answer any awkward questions.
Kentucky- Sexual Transmitted Disease Facts to Know:
It is important that you protect yourself by getting the truth about sexually transmitted diseases. The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Kentucky Department of Health collect and distribute data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in your state. Everybody in Kentucky is able to contract STDs.
- 16.1 men per 100,000 residents were diagnosed with HIV in 2011.
- In 2012, 8,513 cases of HIV were reported in Kentucky.
- White men who had sex with other men accounted for 3,299 HIV infections in Kentucky in 2012.
- 16,629 people were found positive for Chlamydia in 2011.
- 79.4% of new female HIV cases was due to heterosexual sex in 2010.
People in Kentucky can contract STDs, regardless of race or age. Getting tested for STDs in Kentucky can stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Different tests search for different types of STDs. Less than half of adults age 18 to 44 in Kentucky have tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS. Engaging in any sexual activity is a reason to get tested for STDs.