When you test with STDcheck.com, you will never have to take a physical exam. Unlike other New Mexico STD testing sites, we offer 100% FDA-approved / cleared complete 10-test panel STD tests. No fasting is required for any of our STD tests. A complimentary physician consultation by phone is included with every positive result (except oral herpes). Ordering online is as simple as a few clicks of the mouse or can be done by phone at 1-800-456-2323.

We pledge to defend your personal data by using our secure payment protocol. Our counselors are available all day, every day to answer your STD testing questions at 1-800-456-2323. If you are positively diagnosed, our physician can refer you to a specialist in your area to ensure that you find quality care. Multiple accepted forms of payment make it easy to get your own testing package. Your results are sent}delivered in an easy to read format.

We maintain a weekly blog, Exposed, that offers the freshest information about STIs and topics. If you are not familiar with testing or diseases, our STD basics will help teach you about common STDs. Check out our online STD test recommendation tool to find the right tests for you. To maintain our pledge to keep your information confidential, charges are billed on your debit card statement as FPK Services. If you are a minor and want to get tested for STDs, you can use our website without parental consent. When you arrive at one of our STD testing centers, there are no awkward questions to answer and no additional paperwork to complete.

New Mexico- Sexual Transmitted Disease Facts to Know:

Here are a few facts you need to know about the rate of STDs in New Mexico. It is imperative to know the status of your sexual health and one way to know is to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases. Every year, the US government and New Mexico Department of Health gather information about STDs in your area.

  • In 2011, New Mexico’s estimated percentage of men diagnosed with AIDS was 79%.
  • As of 2011, there were almost 2,500 people living in New Mexico with a positive HIV diagnosis.
  • In 2010, the estimated percentage of deaths in New Mexico from HIV diagnoses in Latinos was 51.9%.
  • New Mexico has 50 of the 221 Sterile Syringe Exchange Programs in the US to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and other blood-borne diseases.
  • Almost 70% of HIV-positive women in New Mexico contracted the virus from heterosexual contact.

It is easy to get tests for STDs in New Mexico. One quarter of young New Mexico adults have an STD. STDs in New Mexico are often transmitted by people who do not know they are infected. Some STDs are easily transmitted by coming in contact with the skin of an infected person. In New Mexico, people often do not seek treatment for their STDs because they feel embarrassment.