STD Test Locations in Puerto Rico
STDcheck.com guarantees 100% satisfaction. We safeguard your privacy by not putting any of your test results on your permanent medical record. Our testing locations are conveniently located near you. Our STD testing in Puerto Rico is completely confidential with rapid results in 1-2 days. We follow all local and federal privacy mandates, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
We never conduct tests without the management and approval of our doctors. You can test at your convenience, without requesting an appointment at a physician's office, hospital, or urgent care center. We have over 4,000 confidential STD test centers and we offer sexually transmitted infection tests with speedy results in 1-2 days. Medications may be prescribed to you by our specialist, as needed. Satisfied customers love to leave reviews of the great service we give.
The best way to be sure about the test to take is to complete our online test recommendation. We do not require additional paperwork and there will be no embarrassing questions when you get to. We take our privacy pledge very seriously, so we bill all charges on your bank statement as FPK Services. We offer easy STD testing process. A glossary of common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is on our site under the STD Basics page. Our sexual health blog, Exposed, is updated weekly with posts and topics relevant to STDs and testing. As a minor, you do not need parental consent to test for common STDs through STDcheck.com.
Puerto Rico Sexually Transmitted Disease Data
Below are a few facts you should know today. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Puerto Rico department of health compiles and releases data on Puerto Rico every year. The rate of STDs in Puerto Rico has increased tremendously over the past few years.
The most common communicable diseases in Puerto Rico and the US as a whole are often STDs. Not all STDs respond to the same tests. The state of Puerto Rico calculates data each year about sexually transmitted diseases and testing in the state. Getting tested is crucial for everyone engaging in any kind of sexual activity. As many as 50% of all residents in your state will contract an STD during their lifetime.