New Hampshire STD Testing
Our test sites just ask for a blood or urine sample so there is no preparation needed. All positive results (except Herpes-1) include a free doctor consultation. Place your order online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323, anytime and anywhere. Order our 10-test panel STD testing package right now and get quick guaranteed test results in 1-2 days. We do not give our customers a physical examination to test for common STDs.
Our New Hampshire STD test centers have counselors available 24/7 to answer all your questions at 1-800-456-2323. With our safe payment processing, your personal information is protected. Straightforward, simple to read results avoid confusion about your STD status. We make it our mission to offer referrals to appropriate specialty healthcare providers close to you if you are positively diagnosed. Payment options include credit and debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo.
Each of the STI tests we offer are rapid and effortless. Test results will be sent to you as soon as they have been confirmed and you can view them on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. We have over 4,000 CLIA-certified testing locations with many New Hampshire STD testing centers. We made sure our testing processes were high-quality by having diagnostic experts review them. We will refund your money within 24-48 hours if you decide not to go through with testing and cancel prior to visiting one of our locations.
Sexually Transmitted Disease Information for New Hampshire
The federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and New Hampshire Department of Health calculate and distribute data about sexually transmitted diseases and infections in the state. It is important that you protect yourself by getting the truth about sexually transmitted diseases. Everyone in New Hampshire is able to contract STDs.
- Merrimack and Rockingham counties had the 2nd and 3rd highest HIV diagnosis in New Hampshire in 2012 with 6 and 5 infections respectively.
- 93.1% of high schools in New Hampshire teach a required course that covers how to access valid HIV, STD, and pregnancy information and services.
- 58% of all gonorrhea infections between 2008 and 2012 in New Hampshire were the result of heterosexual contact.
- In 2012, 115 Blacks were diagnosed with chlamydia infections in New Hampshire.
- The rate of female chlamydia infection in New Hampshire in 2012 was 321.8 per 100,000 residents.
One easy way to protect yourself is to use condoms or dental dams. People who are not aware of their status often spread STDs throughout New Hampshire. A few STDs, such as Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines. 1 out of 4 New Hampshire young adults have been known to be positive for an STD. Annually, the state of New Hampshire collects STI testing data.