Local HIV Testing Centers
Our tests use a small blood or urine sample, so you don't have to waste time having a physical. If you test positive for an STD, our doctors in Austin, Texas may be able to provide a specialist referral so you can begin treatment. If you test positive for an STD in Austin, Texas, our doctorsmay be able to help by prescribing medication.
We accept numerous payment options, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts, to offer you many buying choices for your STD testing. Securing your personal information is important to us, so we follow the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and state privacy guidelines. We combine the ease of use of our online STD testing service and the reliability of testing offered at the hospitals that use our testing labs to process their tests.
It is crucial to test for co-infections, gonorrhea and chlamydia and our chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel does just that. Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis looks for the virus in the blood in the 78705 area. At Austin STD testing, STDcheck.com uses the most sophisticated technique to look for sexually transmitted diseases in blood and urine.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections Data for Austin, Texas
Be in charge of your sexual status now by getting informed about STDs. Resources, such as reports by the federal government and Texas health department with facts and figures about STDs in Austin, are available every year.
- In 2010, 9.3% of men living with HIV contracted the disease from heterosexual sex.
- The percentage of inmates in state or federal prisons with HIV/AIDS in Texas was greater than the national average in 2010.
- In Texas, 9.8% of men who were living with HIV in 2010 contracted the disease from intravenous drug use.
- 124,649 chlamydia infections were diagnosed in Texas in 2012.
- In 2010, Texas ranked 11 out of all 50 states in primary and secondary syphilis infections.
Many people with STDs are asymptomatic. Some STDs can infect the same person many times. As many as 1/2 of all Texas residents will have an STD during their lifetime. Infected individuals who don't know they have an STD are a common catalyst for the transmission of STDs in Texas. Statistically, 25% of all young adults in Texas have an STD.