Rapid STD Testing
Any time you purchase testing with us, our services will appear as FPK Services to protect your privacy. Our lab technicians respect your privacy and will not ask you embarrassing questions when you arrive. Our industry leading test panel includes a hepatitis A test to ensure all common STDs are covered.
Our frequently-updated blog, Exposed, is an incomparable resource for staying up to date on the issues currently surrounding STD testing and treatment. The presence of a physician to oversee your testing procedure is what ensures the superiority and safety of our tests. Our testing is identical to what is used by hospitals and doctors.
As the recognized leader in online STD testing in 02301, we have created the most sophisticated yet, very easy to use Brockton STD testing. With our system, testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea takes no time at all - the chlamydia and gonorrhea test panel screens for both infections at the same time without the need to test for them individually, though we can test you for each infection separately if that is what you decide. Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test is the best in the industry - we use the "gold-standard" technique to test for the disease.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information for Brockton, Massachusetts
The health department of Massachusetts and the federal government publish the data they collect about Brockton STD and HIV infection rates and methods in annual reports. Use the information available about how STDs are transmitted to protect yourself.
- In 2011, the percentage of AIDS diagnosis in men was 69.2%.
- In 2010, the rate of Hispanic men living with HIV infection was 4.2 times that of white men.
- In 2010, the total number of AIDS related deaths in Massachusetts was 334.
- In 2011, men in Massachusetts accounted for 912 of total HIV diagnoses.
- In 2011, men accounted for 33.9 HIV infections per 100,000 persons residing in Massachusetts.
Some STDs show no symptoms and can cause lifelong conditions such as infertility, liver damage, and even death. There is no excuse to avoid STD testing.