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

If you are positive for an STD, our physician can refer you to a specialist close to you to ensure that you find quality care. Multiple payment options make it easy to get your own testing package. Our counselors are available around the clock to answer your STD testing questions at 1-800-456-2323. We vow to safeguard your personal data by using our safe payment system. Your results are sent}delivered in a straightforward format.

Once your test results have been confirmed, they will be emailed to you so you can see them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet. At our South Dakota STD testing sites, there is no paperwork to complete and no private questions to answer. All of our testing processes have been reviewed by medical diagnostics experts to assure quality and safety. If you need a refund, simply call us before visiting our testing centers to cancel and have your money back within 48 hours. No online STD testing service is faster than STDcheck.com.

STD and Infection Data for South Dakota

Below are a few facts you should know today. The rate of STDs in South Dakota has increased tremendously over the past few years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the South Dakota department of health calculates and reports data on South Dakota every year.

  • 57% of men with HIV in South Dakota in 2010 acquired the disease through having sex with other men (MSM).
  • In 2010, heterosexual intercourse accounted for 16.4% of South Dakota’s STD transmission.
  • In 2011, the percentage of HIV diagnosis in South Dakota for American Indians was 19.2%.
  • In South Dakota, 28% of HIV diagnosis in 2010 escalated to AIDS in less than 12 months.
  • The percentage of late HIV diagnosis in South Dakota in 2010 was 28%.

As many as 50% of all residents in your state will get an STD during their lifetime. The state of South Dakota compiles facts each year about sexually transmitted diseases and testing in the state. Not all STDs require the same kind of test. The most common infectious diseases in South Dakota and the US at large are almost always STDs. Getting tested is a necessary thing for everyone participating in any type of sexual activity.