If you get a positive result (excluding Herpes 1), you will get to ask a physician questions and possibly discuss your treatment options with a complimentary phone consultation. Our lab technicians only use a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam. Our STD comprehensive 10-test panel covers the 10 most common STDs. We offer two convenient purchasing methods: on the web or by phone at 1-800-456-2323. No preparation or fasting is necessary to take any of our STD tests.

You can read reviews from real customers on our website anytime. Your privacy is important to us. Your health is important to us, so we want to make sure that, if appropriate, you are able to receive medication through our specialists who can write prescriptions in your state. No appointment is required when testing with STDcheck.com. Testing is monitored by a physician, from beginning to end. Buy your test panel now and test same-day or whenever you want.

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

Montana: Sexually Transmitted Disease Information

Here are a collection of facts you should be aware of. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) circulates statistics and other information annually about STDs in Montana, including how they are spread, who is getting new diseases and ways to prevent them.

  • Though people aged 35 through 54 constitute that largest portion of existing HIV-positive residents of Montana as of 2010, more new cases were among 25 to 34 year olds.
  • Out of over 1850 cases of chlamydia, 70% were among women.
  • As of 2011, 67 of the cases of HIV in Montana were among women.
  • Of the 376 living with HIV in Montana as of 2011, 24 were Native American.
  • There were 22 HIV diagnoses in Montana in 2011.