Local HIV Testing Centers
Getting STD test results from our STD testing service is as simple as submitting a small blood or urine sample and waiting for your results to be emailed to you. Our doctors can write prescriptions for some afflictions in Bridgeton, Missouri. If you are positive for an STD and need a referral to a specialist in Bridgeton, Missouri, our physicians can provide one for you.
Our adherence to federal privacy guidelines, such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule, allows us to keep your personal information safeguarded. The hospitals near you process their tests at the same test centers that we use, so you know your results will be reliable. Any time you pay for any of our STD testing packages, you can choose from many payment options, including credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts.
Your test reports will dispatched to you by email. Test results will be made available on your PC, tablets or smartphones. We do not report test results to your health insurer or place them in permanent medical records.
Bridgeton, Missouri Sexually Transmitted Infections Rate
Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases data specific to the Bridgeton area regarding sexually transmitted disease infection and transmission. Regular STD testing is the key to staying in control of your sexual health.
- There were 5,585 HIV-positive white Missouri residents in 2010.
- In 2011, the rate of gonorrhea infection was 4,195 for women and 3,607 for men in Missouri
- At the end of 2010, there were 497 Hispanic/Latino Missouri residents living with HIV.
- Of the 9,202 men living in Missouri with HIV, 458 were infected through heterosexual contact.
- Missouri ranked 16th among 50 states in chlamydia infections in 2010 (422.2 per 100,000 persons)
Some sexually transmitted diseases, like hepatitis A and HIV cannot be completely cured, they can only be managed by specialists and it is very crucial to get diagnosed as soon as possible.