Online STD Testing Service
Certain diseases can be cured with prescription medication, which can be provided by one of our Cary, North Carolina physicians. Choose the easiest testing option: our STD tests that detect STDs with a small blood or urine sample. You can start treatment for STDs quickly with a healthcare provider referral from one of our physicians in Cary, North Carolina.
Online payment is protected by 128-bit encryption. If you have questions about STD testing, just ask- we have counselors available 24/7. The reviews and testimonials on our website are from past customers.
All tests results will be sent by email to you promptly. We guarantee your test results will be emailed quickly. Your results will never be reported to your health insurance provider or placed on your permanent records.
Cary, North Carolina Sexually Transmitted Diseases Data
Reports containing facts and figures about STD infection rates and transmission categories in Cary collected by the federal government and the health department of North Carolina get published every year. Arm yourself with knowledge now.
- By the end of 2010, 310 out of every 100,000 people in North Carolina were HIV-positive.
- By the end of 2010, there were 24,476 people living with HIV in North Carolina.
- Of the 4,470 HIV-positive people living in Mecklenburg County in 2010, 995 were white.
- Between 2008 and 2011, 6,714 people were diagnosed with HIV in North Carolina.
- 1,588 of the 6,714 people diagnosed with HIV in NC from 2008 to 2011 were white.
Defend yourself against the spread of STDs with dental dams and condoms. STDs are an crisis all over the country, including the Cary area. All people in North Carolina, regardless of age, race, or socioeconomic background, is susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases.