Same-Day Local STD Testing
All of our tests are simple, requiring only a blood or urine sample. Get the fastest treatment available for certain STDs, thanks to our physicians who are authorized to write prescriptions in Chickasha, Oklahoma. If you are positive for an STD in Chickasha, Oklahoma, our doctors may be able to refer you to a specialist so you can start treatment.
Get a personalized suggestion about what test you need using our online tool. Speak with a health specialist 24/7 to get an update on the status of your test results. Test at any of our conveniently located test centers in your area or around Chickasha.
We are healthcare consumers ourselves, so we created our system to take care of you the way we'd like to be taken care of. Our labs test for many infections so your reason for visiting will never be known to anyone else. Entering your zip code on our website will give a list of our test locations in your area.
STD Rate for Chickasha, Oklahoma
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gather and distribute data and statistics about sexually transmitted diseases and HIV in Chickasha in an annual report. If you want to eliminate all doubt about your sexual STD status, STD testing is the only way to do it.
- In Oklahoma in 2010, almost 72% of men living with an HIV diagnosis contracted the disease from male to male sexual contact.
- In 2010, the percent of women that were living in Oklahoma with an HIV diagnoses from using injection drugs was 27.3%.
- In 2010, 70% of women that were found HIV positive contracted their disease from heterosexual contact with an HIV positive man.
- In 2010, 8% of males that were found HIV positive in Oklahoma contracted their disease from injection drug use.
- Oklahoma received a total of $15,759,279 in federal HIV/AIDS grant funding in 2011.
50% of Oklahoma adults will have a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime. Some STDs, such as HIV, herpes, and hepatitis, are incurable. Get tested for STDs often to stop the spread of STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis.