Massachusetts STD Testing
A phone consultation with a doctor is free with any positive result (except oral herpes). Our 10-test panel STD testing package is modestly priced, guarantees quick test results and protects your privacy. We do not require you to fast before taking your test. Take advantage of easy ordering by going online or calling 1-800-456-2323. No physical exam is needed when you test for common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) with STDcheck.com.
You are able to get tested without scheduling an appointment.If needed, our doctors can prescribe medication for you. Our customers have left reviews to give you an idea of what to expect. We provide same-day, confidential STD testing in over 4,000 test locations with rapid results available in 1-2 days. All testing is approved and managed by a licensed specialist from start to finish.
If you need a refund, simply get in touch with us before visiting our testing centers to cancel and have your money back within 48 hours. No other online STD testing provider is quicker than STDcheck.com. All of our testing processes have been authorized by medical diagnostics experts to guarantee quality and safety. At our Massachusetts STD testing centers, to complete and no embarrassing questions to answer. Your confirmed test results will be delivered to you so you can view them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet.
STD Data for Massachusetts
Finding out your STD status is critical and the best way to do it is to get tested. The rate of new STD infections in Massachusetts continues to increase each year, according to the federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Massachusetts Department of Health. Get to know the Massachusetts STD facts.
- In 2010, Massachusetts ranked 15 out of all 50 states with the highest syphilis infections.
- In 2010, Massachusetts’ rate of black male HIV infections was 6.1 for each white male diagnosed with the disease.
- In 2011, men accounted for 33.9 HIV infections per 100,000 persons residing in Massachusetts.
- CDC reports chlamydia rate of 271.4 for men and 33 per women per 100,000 population in 2010.
- In 2010, Massachusetts ranked 39 out of all 50 states for the highest gonorrhea infections.
Abstinence is the only 100% sure way to prevent the spread of diseases, but wearing a condom or dental dam can also be efficient. In Massachusetts, less than half of adults age 18 to 44 have tested for a sexually transmitted disease other than HIV/AIDS. Some STDs are incurable and stay with you for life. Prevention is key when it comes to STIs in Massachusetts. Data is collected about STDs and STD tests in the state of Massachusetts each year.