Nebraska STD Testing
Our Nebraska 10-test panel testing package includes the most common diseases, including the only test panel online that includes hepatitis A. We make buying a piece of cake with our online process or 24/7 phone line at 1-800-456-2323. No preparation is required for the STD testing we offer. With our tests, there is no undressing or swabbing needed. If you test positive for anything (except HSV-1), a complimentary physician phone consultation will assist you in taking the next step to getting medical care.
provide testing for the most common sexually transmitted infections, including HIV-1 and HIV-2. Our 4,000 sites across the U.S. There’s no reason for a doctor visit to test for STDs in Nebraska. A physician always monitors our testing processes from beginning to end. To learn more about our service, start by reading our customer testimonials. If needed, our physicians are certified to prescribe medications at their discretion.
Our Nebraska STD testing centers offer fast STD and HIV RNA test results. Cancellations made before visiting one of our testing centers result in a refund within 1-2 days. Our testing processes have been scrutinized by medical testing experts to ensure the highest quality. Finish your STD testing process in around 5 minutes. Your STD test results are sent by email and can be seen on your laptop, cell phone or tablet.
Nebraska: STD Information
The best way to protect yourself is to get all the facts. HIV in Nebraska is growing quickly. Get tested today and know your STD status. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Nebraska Department of Health release facts and Nebraska STD statistics each and every year.
- 1,409 Douglas County, Nebraska Black residents were diagnosed with chlamydia in 2012.
- 4,783 females were reported to have new Chlamydia infections in 2011.
- In 2012, Douglas County, Nebraska had 3,281 chlamydia diagnosed infections
- 12 women were found to be HIV positive in Nebraska in 2011.
- 304 Herpes infections were diagnosed in Douglas County, Nebraska in 2102.
Quite a few STDs can progress without symptoms. Many STDs can be spread by kissing. It is estimated that 1 of every 4 young adults in Nebraska have an STD and may not know it. The only way to be sure if you have an STD or not is to be tested frequently. The health department of Nebraska collects statewide data regarding STDs and STD tests every year.