Confidential Online STD Testing
Testing at any of our CLIA-certified testing labs is quick and can be finished during your lunch break. Our competitively priced STD testing is the best way to learn your STD status quickly. Deciding to get tested is not easy so we make the testing process simple.
Keep your information private by using our HIPAA Privacy Rule- compliant STD testing. Choose our online STD testing service to get access to the most advanced labs for STD testing, which are also used by hospitals. Purchase STD tests with any of the following accepted payment options: credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts.
At STDcheck.com, we have the most advanced Charlotte STD testing and we offer the fastest tests for sexually transmitted infections. Gonorrhea and chlamydia are co-infections, meaning if you have one, you most likely have the other but our chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel tests for both infections together. Our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test screens for the infection in the blood.
Charlotte, North Carolina STI Information
You must take an STD test regularly to be sure of your STD status. Infection rates is just one category in the reports distributed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) every year.
- 16,033 out of the 24,476 people living in NC with HIV as of 2010 were Black.
- The 34.9% of men who got HIV from IV drug use in Hertford County as of 2010 is the highest percentage in that transmission category in NC.
- Of the 4,470 HIV-positive people living in Mecklenburg County in 2010, 995 were white.
- In a 2010 Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 45.3% of North Carolina residents aged 18-64 reported testing for HIV during their lifetime.
- Between 2008 and 2011, 6,714 people were diagnosed with HIV in North Carolina.
Sexually transmitted diseases, especially chlamydia have been going up among women in the United States since 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.