We take the hassle out of finding an STD testing center with convenient hours close by. We offer North Dakota STD testing with quick test results in 1-2 days. Testing with us assures that you will be satisfied with your testing experience. Since we do not accept health insurance as a payment option you can be sure that none of your confidential information will be placed on your permanent medical records. Your information is safe with us, thanks to our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all federal and local guidelines.

Your results are emailed in a straightforward format. If you are found to have an STD, our physician can refer you to a specialist in your area to help you find quality care. Our counselors are available 24/7 to answer your STD testing questions at 1-800-456-2323. We pledge to safeguard your personal information by using our safe payment process. Multiple accepted forms of payment make it easy to purchase your own testing package.

In most states, we offer STD testing for 16-17 year olds with no parental consent. Our labs never}will not require any paperwork and you will never be asked embarrassing questions by our technicians. We are happy to provide educational facts about STDs, which you can find in the STD Basics page of our website. Use our weekly blog, Exposed, to keep up with current STD topics and issues. All charges on your credit card statement show up as FPK Services because your privacy is our highest priority. We can help you decide what STD test(s) to take with our online test recommendation tool.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in North Dakota- Get the facts.

Everybody is vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases in North Dakota. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the rate of STDs in North Dakota is on the rise. Getting tested today for STDs is one way to know your status. It is also important to get the facts about sexually transmitted diseases.

  • There were 543 chronic (long term) hepatitis (HCV) infections reported in 2011 in North Dakota
  • There were 57 HIV-positive 35 to 44 year old North Dakota residents in 2010.
  • White North Dakota residents had an HIV infection rate of 25 per 100,000 in 2010.
  • The rate of HIV infection among North Dakota residents in 2010 was 58 per 100,000.
  • 56% of all hepatitis B cases in North Dakota were men and 44% women in 2011

You can use condoms and dental dams to protect yourself. 1 out of 4 North Dakota young adults are known to be positive for an STD. Those people who are not aware of their status often spread STDs throughout North Dakota. Annually, the state of North Dakota collects STD testing data. Some STDs, such as Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines.