Ohio STD Testing
We make it effortless to find an STD testing center with convenient hours nearby. Testing with us assures that you will be satisfied with your testing experience. Your medical information is secure with us, thanks to our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all federal and local guidelines. Because we do not accept insurance plans as a payment option you can be sure that none of your personal information will be placed on your permanent medical records. We offer Ohio STD testing with rapid test results in 1-2 days.
It is a priority to us that after you have received your results, if they are positive, you can get a referral to a specialty healthcare provider close by. Our fully trained counselors are available to answer all your questions 24/7 at 1-800-456-2323. Straightforward results mean no confusion about your STD status. Paying for your testing is as easy 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. When you purchase your tests, your personal information is protected with our encrypted payment process.
Our labs do not require additional paperwork and you will never be asked awkward questions by our technicians. Use our weekly blog, Exposed, to keep abreast of current STD topics and issues. In most states, we offer STD testing for 16-17 year olds regardless of parental consent. All charges on your credit card statement appear as FPK Services because your privacy is our highest priority. STDcheck.com can help you choose what STD test(s) to take with our online test recommendation tool. We are happy to supply educational facts about STDs, which you can find in the STD Basics page of our website.
Ohio Sexually Transmitted Disease Data
Getting STD testing in Ohio is a painless process and can be completed in about 5 minutes. People living in Ohio have higher chances of contracting or spreading gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and other STDs if they do not use protection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STDs are a serious problem and the only way to know that you are free of STDs is to use protection and get tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections.
- In Lucas County, Ohio, nearly 3,000 chlamydia cases were reported by the health department.
- In 2010, the rate of Hispanic women living with an HIV diagnosis in Ohio was 6 times that of white women.
- In 2011, Cuyahoga County, Ohio reported 10,304 chlamydia infections.
- 150 out of 426 reported primary and secondary syphilis infections in Ohio in 2012 were by Whites.
- There were over 1,200 new cases of HIV reported in Ohio in 2011.
1/4 of young Ohio adults have sexually transmitted diseases. You can contract some STDs by coming in contact with the skin of an infected person. STIs in Ohio are often spread by people who may not be aware they have a disease. It is easy to get screened for STDs in Ohio. In Ohio, people often do not seek treatment for their STDs because they feel embarrassed.