Nevada STD Testing
Our testing centers just need a blood or urine sample so there is no preparation needed. We do not give our customers a physical examination to test for common STDs. Place your order online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323, anytime and anywhere. All positive results (except Herpes-1) include a free doctor consultation. Order our 10-test panel STD testing package today and get rapid guaranteed test results in 1-2 days.
Our doctors are able to prescribe medication if necessary. A physician oversees every step of the testing procedure for your safety, from the sample to the result. Reviews and testimonials from real customers are available for you to read. You do not need a doctor’s appointment to test for STDs with us. With over 4,000 STD test centers throughout the US, we have many sites in Nevada.
Because we pledge to protect your privacy, we list all charges on your debit card statement as FPK Services. Unlike other testing services, STDcheck.com requires no parental consent from minors aged 16-17. We will not ask you any personal questions. We have a simple, quick online questionnaire to help you choose what the best testing options are for you. We make STI testing simple and our labs do not require additional paperwork. Visit our blog, Exposed, each week to check out informative articles about STD issues and topics. We have a glossary of sexually transmitted disease (STD) terminology on our website.
Facts about Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Nevada
The rate of STDs in Nevada has increased tremendously over the past few years. Below are a few facts you should know today. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Nevada department of health collects and disperses data on Nevada every year.
- 422 of the 1,573 people diagnosed with HIV in Nevada from 2008 to 2011 were Hispanic/Latino.
- 1,608 black people were living with HIV in Nevada at the end of 2010.
- In a 2010 Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 41.4% of surveyed adults aged 18-64 reported ever testing for HIV in their lifetime.
- Nevada ranked 28th among the 50 states and outlying areas for new AIDS diagnoses in 2010.
- The rate of black males living with HIV in Nevada was 2.8 times that of white men in 2010.
STDs are a big threat to the current and long-term health of the citizens of the state of Nevada. There is no single test that can detect every STD. It is not uncommon for people with STDs to have no visible symptoms. Current estimates show that 50% of all people in Nevada will be infected with an STD during their lifetime. All ethnic groups are face the dangers of STDs in Nevada. Condoms and dental dams are not as effective as abstinence, but can offer protection against most, but not all, STDs.