Our STD testing in Minnesota is completely confidential with rapid results in 1-2 days. STDcheck.com guarantees 100% satisfaction. Our testing locations are conveniently located near you. We follow all local and federal privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. We defend your privacy by not putting any of your test results on your permanent medical record.

We have over 4,000 confidential STD test sites and we offer STD tests with fast results in 1-2 days. You can test at your convenience, without scheduling an appointment at a physician’s office, hospital, or urgent care center. We never conduct tests without the management and approval of our doctors. Medications may be prescribed to you by our specialist, as necessary. Satisfied customers love to leave reviews of the great service we supply.

You can be in and out of the testing center in about 15 minutes. All of our tests only take around 5 minutes . If you change your mind about testing prior to visiting our testing center, we’ll refund your money within 24-48 hours. All Minnesota STD tests we offer are FDA-approved and all of our locations are CLIA-certified. After you have taken your test you can view your private results on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. Our testing process has been cross-checked by medical diagnostic experts to ensure quality.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Minnesota- Get the facts.

Below are a few facts you should know today. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Minnesota department of health collects and circulates data on Minnesota every year. The rate of STDs in Minnesota has increased tremendously over the past few years.

  • The rate of gonorrhea infection in Minnesota in 2010 was 40.2 per 100,000 people.
  • In 2010, 5,102 out of 6,564 people living in Minnesota with HIV were men.
  • In 2010, almost 90% of Minnesota high schools required a course that taught how to access HIV, STD, and pregnancy information and services.
  • In 2010, there were 331 new cases of HIV reported in MN, which amounts to 1 every 26 hours.
  • Minnesota ranked 38th in the US for gonorrhea infections in 2010.

Every socioeconomic group in Minnesota are at risk for STDs. It is a fact that some STDs can infect the same person many times. The first step to prevent the spread of STDs is to arm yourself with the facts. More than 50% of 18 to 44 year olds in Minnesota have never taken an STD test other than HIV/AIDS. The health department of Minnesota collects information every year about how sexually transmitted infections and STD testing affect its citizens.