Convenient STD Testing
To ensure your privacy is completely protected, we list all charges as FPK Services on your billing statement. We think testing for Hepatitis A is important so we made it part of our all-inclusive STD test panel. Our testing system has been designed to avoid personal questions.
Credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts are just some of the payment options we accept to give you the most flexibility when you purchase your STD testing package. We follow the same privacy guidelines as doctors and hospitals, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. The labs we use are the same ones the hospitals near you send their tests to for processing.
Your test results are not reported to your health insurance provider placed on your permanent records. We dispatch your results by email as soon as they are ready. Your STI test results will be made available to be read on your smartphones, tablets or PCs.
Sexually transmitted Diseases Infections Data for Ada, Oklahoma
There are many reports published about sexually transmitted diseases each year, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes the Ada area. If you are not taking regular STD tests, you are not maintaining control of your sexual health.
- In 2011, The estimated rate of women living in the state of Oklahoma with HIV was 3.7 cases per every 100,000 women living in the state.
- In 2010, over 27% of newly diagnosed cases of HIV in Oklahoma received an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months.
- In 2011, the estimated percentage of males living in Oklahoma with HIV is higher than the national average.
- In 2010, the percent of women that were living in Oklahoma with an HIV diagnoses from using injection drugs was 27.3%.
- In 2011, men who had sex with other men and also used injection drug use accounted for 19.6% of HIV diagnoses.
Statistically, a quarter of all young adults in Oklahoma have an STD. As many as 1/2 of all Oklahoma residents will have an STD during their lifetime. Some STDs can infect the same person repeatedly. Infected individuals who don't know they have an STD are a common catalyst for the spread of STDs in Oklahoma. Most people with STDs are asymptomatic.