You will be satisfied with our testing services. Our testing centers are nationwide- there is one conveniently located near you. You don’t have to worry about your information remaining private because we follow all state and federal privacy procedures, such as HIPAA. Our process prevents your testing results from being placed on your permanent medical records. We ensure your confidentiality and will not report your test results to third parties, including your doctor.

Testing is monitored by a specialist, from beginning to end. Purchase your comprehensive test panel now and test same-day or whenever you want. Because your health is important to us, we want to make sure that, if needed, you are able to receive medication through our physicians who are authorized to prescribe medication in your state. You can read reviews from real customers on our website anytime. Your confidentiality is important to us. No appointment is necessary when testing with

A glossary of common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is on our site under the STD Basics page. Our sexual health blog, Exposed, is updated weekly with articles and topics relevant to STDs and testing. You are not required to obtain parental consent if you are a minor aged 16-17 when you test with We do not need additional paperwork and there will be no embarrassing questions at. Use our online test recommendation to find the best test for you. We take your confidentiality very seriously, so we bill all charges on your financial statement as FPK Services. We offer an easy STD testing process.

Sexually Transmitted Disease Information for Maryland

The only way to empower yourself against STDs is to get frequent STD testing in Maryland. The federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Maryland department of health warn that STDs and infections like chlamydia, gonorrhea, oral herpes, genital herpes, hepatitis A, B and C, and syphilis are on the rise. In Maryland, sexually transmitted diseases are spreading fast.

In Maryland and the US, STDs are usually the most common infectious diseases. Getting tested for STDs is the only way to be sure that you are STD-free. Getting an STD once does not protect against getting it again. STIs threaten the immediate and long-term health of the residents of Maryland.