Online STD Testing Service
We know that choosing to test for STDs is a delicate decision so we make the process simple. We guarantee that results from our CLIA-certified test locations are accurate. Nobody offers better pricing for 11716 STD testing.
If you need to cancel your testing for any reason, do it before visiting our test center and you'll get your money back within 1-2 days. Have STD lingo explained with our simple glossary of terms. Don't waste your time with other STD test packages that don't include ALL of the most common STDs: HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis.
Gonorrhea-chlamydia infection is very common and we test for both infections using our test panel. In the 11716 area, we have the most advanced Bohemia STD testing available. Our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test is the "gold standard" in the industry.
STI Rate for Bohemia, New York
The best way to maintain control over your sexual health is by taking STD tests regularly. There is a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) each year that includes data on STD infection numbers in Bohemia.
- 125 people out of 100,000 tested positive for syphilis in New York City's Murray Hill, SoHo and Upper West Side neighborhoods in 2012.
- In 2011, 68,955 cases of chlamydia among 15-24 year-olds were reported by New York health authorities.
- Rate of chlamydia infection for 20-29 year-olds in New York in 2011 was 2287.9 per 100,000 residents.
- 1,997 early stage syphilis infections were reported in New York City in 2011.
- The rate of black women living with an HIV infection in New York was 20.8 times higher than white women in 2010.
Most STDs can be contracted multiple times by the same person. STDs can infect the people of New York, no matter their ethnicity, age, or socioeconomic background. It is not unusual to get an sexually transmitted disease in New York from a partner who does not have the knowledge that they are positive for an STD. Many citizens in New York do not look for STD tests because they are afraid, but those reasons shouldn't hold them back from knowing their STD status.