Rhode Island STD Testing
We do not require you to fast before taking your test. No physical exam is necessary when you test for common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) with STDcheck.com. Our 10-test panel STD testing package is affordably priced, guarantees speedy test results and protects your privacy. A free phone doctor consultation comes with any positive result (except HSV-1). Take advantage of easy ordering by going online or calling 1-800-456-2323.
Paying for your testing is as simple as using your credit or debit card, health savings account, an e-check, PayPal, or a prepaid gift card displaying the Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express logo. Easy to read results mean no confusion about your STD status. When you purchase your tests, your personal information is safe with our encrypted checkout process. It is important to us that after you get your results, if they are positive, you can get referred to a specialist close by. We have trained counselors available to answer your questions 24/7 at 1-800-456-2323.
No other online STD testing provider is quicker than STDcheck.com. If you need a refund, simply get in touch with us prior to visiting our testing centers to cancel and have your money back within 48 hours. All of our testing processes have been reviewed by medical diagnostics experts to assure quality and safety. Once your test results have been confirmed, they will be emailed to you so you can view them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet. At our Rhode Island STD testing centers, there will be no paperwork to complete and no unnecessary questions to answer.
STDs and Infections in Rhode Island
Every year, the federal government and Rhode Island Department of Health gather information about STIs in your area. Here are a few facts you need to know about the rate of STDs in Rhode Island. It is imperative to know the status of your sexual health and one way to know is to get STD testing.
- In 2011, 21 Blacks were diagnosed as having HIV in Rhode Island.
- HIV, with 88 diagnosed infections in 2011, was the 6th most infectious disease in Rhode Island.
- In 2009, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) spent $2,670,328 on HIV/AIDS in Rhode Island.
- Providence county had the highest rate of chlamydia infection with 528 in 2011.
- In 2010, 32 children under 13 were diagnosed with HIV in Rhode Island.
An STD test is the only way to be sure of your STD status. An estimated 1 out of every 2 people in Rhode Island will have an STD during their lifetime. Embarrassment often prevents people in the Rhode Island area from seeking treatment for their sexually transmitted diseases. Not all STDs are curable. Chances are, you will get a sexually transmitted disease in Rhode Island from an infected man or woman who is ignorant of the fact that have an STD.