Same-Day Online STD Testing
Our doctors in Aberdeen, Washington can provide you with a referral to a specialist if you need to start treatment for an STD. Our licensed doctors can write prescriptions in Aberdeen, Washington. We are able to test a very small blood or urine sample, so you are in and out of our testing location quickly.
We have the simplest refund process: simply cancel your testing without going to our testing center and get your money back within 24 to 48 hours. We want you to be armed with knowledge about STD testing and treatment, so we created a glossary of terminology on our website. Get tested for STDs with our truly comprehensive testing that screens for HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis.
We will send by email the results only to the address you gave us when you ordered the test. You can trust on us to safeguard your privacy by never reporting your test results to your health insurance provider or placing it on your permanent medical records. You can always download and read your test results on your smartphones, PCs and tablets.
Aberdeen, Washington Sexually Transmitted Infections Statistics
The reports published by the federal government and the Washington health department are a reliable source for information about STD and HIV infection and transmission in Aberdeen. Do not gamble with your sexual status and safety by engaging in sexual activities without being educated about how sexually transmitted diseases are spread.
- Mason County had the second-highest rate of HIV infection in the state with 167 diagnoses for every 100,000 residents.
- Pierce County had the second-highest number of people living with HIV in Washington at the end of 2010 with 964 HIV-positive residents.
- Male-to-male sexual contact was the culprit in 77.5% of all male HIV infections in Washington in 2010.
- The 650 Snohomish County residents living with HIV were the third-largest HIV-positive population in Washington in 2010.
- There were a total of 2,202 new HIV infections in Washington between 2008 to 2011.
Sexually transmitted diseases are the most common communicable diseases in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Don't be a statistic- get tested now and take control of your sexual health.