Local Private STD Testing
Our doctors in Brandon, Florida can provide treatment, including prescription antibiotics, for certain conditions. You'll never have to waste time with uncomfortable medical procedures when you take our simple STD tests that only require a small blood or urine sample. Our Brandon, Florida physicians are ready to refer you to a specialist if you need to get treatment for an STD.
Take advantage of our secure, simple checkout process with 128-encryption. With one phone call, you can have your STD questions answered by one of our skilled counselors who are standing by. Check out the things our customers have to say about their experience with our service.
Our FDA-approved syphilis Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test looks for the syphilis virus in the blood. We test for twin infections, gonorrhea and chlamydia, in 33511 and we have created a panel to specially test for both infections together. It is essential to test for the common sexually transmitted diseases using the most advanced techniques in the Brandon area.
STI Infections Rate for Brandon, Florida
Taking STD tests on a regular basis is the best way to maintain your STD status. Brandon and other cities in Florida are included in the report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the infection numbers and transmission statistics of sexually transmitted diseases.
- Florida ranked 6th highest among the 50 states in reported primary and secondary syphilis cases in 2010.
- Syphilis infections among women in Florida increased in 2012 from the previous year.
- Miami-Dade County had the highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- In 2012, women aged 20-24 accounted for more than 3,509 gonorrhea infections in Florida.
- In 2012, Miami-Dade County had the highest rate of syphilis infections.
Statistically, 25% of all young adults in Florida have an STD. Quite a few people with STDs do not have any symptoms. Infected individuals who don't know they have an STD are a common catalyst for the transmission of STDs in Florida. Some STDs can infect the same person more than once. As many as 50% of all Florida residents will have an STD during their lifetime.