Confidential Online STD Testing
Our lab technicians need 5 minutes or less to complete test. Our labs do not ask you to complete extra paperwork once you place your order. There is no doctor's office visit required to test for STDs with our 59101 online STD testing service.
Every one of the payment methods we accept are meant to provide you with easy options for how to pay, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. When you decide to take an STD test with us, you are electing to skip the doctor's office or hospital and go directly to the lab where they send their tests to be processed. By following the HIPAA Privacy Rule and any other federal and state privacy guidelines, we are ensuring that your personal information stays safe.
You can expect a consumer-friendly experience when you visit our labs, we designed them to give you the kind of experience we would expect when we use the STD testing process ourselves. We designed our website to make it easy for you to find a center close to you when you enter your zip code. Your purpose for visiting our labs will remain a secret because we also test for other non-STD related infections.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Rate for Billings, Montana
If you are uncertain about your STD status, taking an STD test is the only way to find out what it is. The Billings area is included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s annual report on the communicability of STDs.
- Missoula County has the second-highest number of HIV-positive residents in Montana in 2010.
- As of 2011, 67 of the cases of HIV in Montana were among women.
- 221 out of 309 cases of HIV among men in Montana were transmitted through male-to-male sexual contact.
- In a 2010 Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 34.4% of Montana residents reported having taken an HIV test.
- The state of Montana tied in 39th place in the nation for inmates with HIV/AIDS in federal and state prisons.
Numerous STDs develop without symptoms. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. Informing yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the spread of diseases in Montana. Montana citizens often don't seek treatment for STDs because they are embarrassed. Some, but not all, STIs can be cured.