Rapid STD Testing
We have over 4,000 test centers throughout the nation, including in the 03809 area of Alton, New Hampshire. If you need STD testing in the 03809 area, choose any of our local testing centers for testing today. Our testing process has been vetted by certified diagnostic specialists.
Rest easy knowing that your private information is kept safe by our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and state privacy guidelines. Use one of the many payment options we give you- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts- to pay for your STD tests. Have your STD testing processed by the same labs used by local hospitals.
Late stage syphilis is known to lead to paralysis but rest assured our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test can quickly screen for this infection and give you results in 24-48 hours days in the 03809 area. Gonorrhea and chlamydia infections are the most commonly reported STDs in the country, that is why we created the chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel to look for both diseases at the same time. At STDcheck.com, we use the most advanced Alton STD testing available.
Alton, New Hampshire STI Statistics
If you are knowledgeable about STDs and how they are contracted, you will know how to protect yourself. Yearly reports are put together by the health department of New Hampshire and the federal government with data gathered about STDs and HIV in Alton.
- In 2012, 121 Hispanics were diagnosed with chlamydia infections in New Hampshire.
- Total number of gonorrhea infections reported in New Hampshire in 2012 was 148.
- 39% of patients were concurrently diagnosed with AIDS (AIDS diagnosis within 12 months of initial HIV diagnosis) in New Hampshire in the past five years
- Gonorrhea was the 7th most common communicable disease in New Hampshire from 2008-2013.
- Hillsborough County recorded the highest number of chlamydia infections in New Hampshire in 2012 with 1056.
Some STIs, like hepatitis A and HIV cannot be completely eradicated, they can only be managed by specialists and it is very important to get diagnosed as soon as possible.