STD Tests in Maine
We offer two convenient ordering options: online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323. 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. No preparation or fasting is necessary to take any of our STD tests. Our STD comprehensive test panel covers the 10 most common STDs. Our lab technicians only require a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam.
Our licensed physicians are able to refer you to a healthcare provider around you so you can receive quality care if you have an STD. Our payment process is secure and private. We welcome various forms of payment- credit or debit cards, prepaid gift cards with the Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express logo, health savings accounts, PayPal, and e-checks. Trained counselors are waiting at 1-800-456-2323 to answer your questions around the clock. Easy to read results ensure no confusion about your STD status.
Each of the STI tests we provide are rapid and simple. We made sure our testing processes were high-quality by having diagnostic experts review them. We have over 4,000 CLIA-certified testing locations with many Maine STD test centers. We will refund your money within 24-48 hours if you decide not to go through with testing and cancel prior to visiting one of our locations. Test results will be sent to you through email and you can view them on your computer, tablet or mobile phone.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Maine: What You Need to Know
Everyone in Maine can contract STDs. The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Maine Department of Health calculate and distribute data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in your state. It is important that you protect yourself by getting the facts about sexually transmitted diseases.
- Maine was 44th out of 50 states for gonorrhea infections in 2010.
- There were 8 Native American Maine residents living with HIV in 2010.
- Among HIV-infected women in Maine as of 2010, 63 were infected through IV drug use.
- Among HIV-positive females living in Maine in 2010, 31.5% reported getting infected through IV drug use.
- As of 2013, Maine allows minors to consent to STD testing and treatment without parental approval.
Getting tested for STDs is the only way to be sure of your STD status. Being positive for an STD once does not keep you from getting it again. In Maine and the US, STDs are often the most common infectious diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases threaten the immediate and long-term health of the residents of Maine.