Oregon STD Testing
When you test with STDcheck.com you, you can rest assured that nothing goes on your medical records. We protect your privacy by abiding by federal and local privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Our discreet STD testing in Oregon offers rapid results in 1-2 days. We provide conveniently located STD testing around you. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with your testing experience.
With over 4,000 STD testing centers throughout the nation, we have many centers in Oregon. A physician oversees every step of the testing procedure for your safety, from the sample to the result. Our specialists are able to prescribe medication if needed. Reviews and testimonials from real customers are available for you to read. You do not need a doctor’s appointment to test for STDs with us.
We have a simple, fast online questionnaire to help you decide what the best testing options are for you. Visit our blog, Exposed, each week to check out educational articles about STD issues and topics. Because we pledge to protect your privacy, we bill all charges on your debit card statement as FPK Services. We make STI testing uncomplicated and our labs do not need additional paperwork. You will not have to answer any personal questions. Unlike other testing services, STDcheck.com does not require parental consent from minors aged 16-17. We have a glossary of sexually transmitted disease (STD) terminology on our website.
Oregon: Sexually Transmitted Disease Information
Every year, the US government and Oregon Department of Health gather information about sexually transmitted infections in your area. It is imperative to know the status of your sexual health and one way to find out is to get tested for sexually transmitted infection. Here are a few facts you need to know about the rate of STDs in Oregon.
- Nearly half of the people that were diagnosed with HIV in Oregon were diagnosed with AIDS within 12 months of their first diagnosis.
- 19% of Oregon HIV cases used injection drugs prior to becoming infected.
- Men who have sex with men make up 71% of reported HIV cases in Oregon.
- People with HIV who used injection drugs are more likely than others to have advanced disease at the time of diagnosis.
- In 2011, men residing in Oregon between the ages 25-64 were more likely to contract gonorrhea than women.
The best way to put a stop to the spread of STDs is to arm yourself with the facts. More than half of 18 to 44 year olds in Oregon have never tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS. The state of Oregon gathers information every year about how STDs and STD testing affect its citizens. All people in Oregon are at risk for STDs. It is a fact that some STDs can infect the same person many times.