Confidential Online STD Testing
We made sure all of the testing we offer can detect STDs in a small blood or urine sample to keep our testing method as simple as possible. Get prescription medication for certain conditions from our doctors in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Our physicians help you receive the best possible care by referring you to a healthcare provider if your Chambersburg, Pennsylvania STD testing comes back positive.
We take various forms of payment- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts- to keep the checkout process simple. The HIPAA Privacy Rule helps us keep your personal information safe. Every lab we use to process our STD tests is reputable and used by hospitals in the area.
We notify all clients of their test results via email message. Your health insurer will never know about your test because we don't notify them or place your results in your permanent medical records. Your test results are available for your personal computers, tablet computers and smartphones.
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania Sexually Transmitted Infections Data
If you have not started informing yourself with STD information, you have not started defending yourself against infection. HIV and STDs are an epidemic now, with yearly reports published by the federal government and the health department of Pennsylvania with transmission rates and methods and other data for Chambersburg.
- Pennsylvania ranked #10 of the 50 states for HIV/AIDS infection in 2011.
- The HIV rate for white PA residents in 2010 was 114 per 100,000 people.
- 9,988 white Pennsylvania residents were living with HIV at the end of 2010.
- 22.7% of all HIV-positive PA men in 2010 got the disease from IV drug use.
- 11,371 of the 22,383 HIV-positive men in Pennsylvania as of 2010 got the disease from male-to-male sexual contact.
Sexually transmitted diseases, especially chlamydia have been spiking among women in the United States since 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.