We do not give our customers a physical exam to test for common STDs. All positive results (except Herpes-1) include a free phone 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 today and get fast guaranteed test results in 1-2 days. Our testing sites just require a blood or urine sample so there is no preparation needed.

Testing is monitored by a specialist, from start to finish. Because your health is important to us, we want to make sure that, if necessary, you are able to receive medication through our doctors who have the authority to write prescriptions in your state. Buy your test panel now and test same-day or whenever you want. No appointment is needed when testing with STDcheck.com. You can read reviews from real customers on our website anytime. Your privacy is important to us.

There is no online STD testing service faster than STDcheck.com. Your confirmed test results will be sent to you so you can review them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet. All of our testing processes have been audited by medical diagnostics experts to guarantee quality and safety. At our New Jersey STD testing locations, to complete and no unnecessary questions to answer. If you need a refund, simply call us prior to visiting our testing centers to cancel and get a refund within 48 hours.

What you need to know about STDs in New Jersey:

Getting tested today for sexually transmitted diseases is one of the ways to know your status. It is also absolutely important to get the facts about sexually transmitted infections. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD transmission rates in New Jersey is on the rise. Both men and women are susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases in New Jersey.

  • 62% of women living with HIV/AIDS are currently 20-49 years old.
  • The rate of chlamydia infection among men in New Jersey was 145.60 per 100,000 in 2011.
  • At the end of 2012, Blacks accounted for 54% of New Jersey residents living with HIV/AIDS.
  • In 2012, 1,822 New Jersey inmates reported having HIV/AIDS.
  • A total of 3,798 cases of gonorrhea were diagnosed in New Jersey in 2012.

It is easy to get tested for STDs in New Jersey. In New Jersey, people often do not seek treatment for their STDs out of embarrassment. Sexually transmitted diseases in New Jersey are often transmitted by people who do not know they have an infection. 1/4 of young New Jersey adults have sexually transmitted diseases. Some STDs can be transmitted through direct skin-to-skin contact.