A free doctor consultation over the phone is available with any positive result (except HSV-1). No physical exam is required when you test for common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) with STDcheck.com. Take advantage of easy ordering by going online or calling 1-800-456-2323. Our test sites do not require you to fast before taking your test. Our 10-test panel STD testing package is competitively priced, guarantees speedy test results and protects your privacy.

A specialist always oversees our testing processes from beginning to end. If necessary, our physicians are certified to prescribe medications at their discretion. To find out what you can expect from us, read some of our customer testimonials. Our 4,000 testing sites throughout the nation offer testing for the most common STDs, including HIV-1 and HIV-2. There’s no reason for a doctor visit to test for STDs in New York.

Refunds are easy if you change your mind about testing and cancel before visiting one of our testing sites. You can check your test results on your mobile phone, tablet or desktop computer. We are the only online STD testing company that offers nothing but FDA-approved STD tests. Hand in your code and in less than 5 minutes. 100% of our test processes has been developed and approved by diagnostic experts in the medical field.

New York- STD Facts to Know:

The best way to defend yourself against STDs is to get the facts. Here is some information you should have about STD transmission in New York. In New York the rate of STD is skyrocketing quickly according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the New York Department of Health.

  • According to a survey on NYC.gov, 26% of New York City residents had herpes as of 2008.
  • In 2011, Erie County, New York had the highest diagnosed number of chlamydia infections with 5065.
  • The rate of gonorrhea infection for 15-24 year-olds in New York was 427.0 per 100,000 residents in 2011.
  • Chlamydia was transmitted in New York in 2011 at the rate of 794.7 per 100,000 residents.
  • 282 infections were reported by Rockland County, New York for every 100,000 residents in 2010.

Those people who are not aware of their disease often spread STDs throughout New York. A few STDs, like Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines. Using condoms or dental dams is one way to protect yourself. 1 out of 4 New York young adults are known to have an STD. Every year, the state of New York collects sexually transmitted disease testing data.