Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
We provide simple STD tests that check a small blood or urine sample specifically to make testing as simple as possible. We are happy to provide you with a referral to a specialist in Delray Beach, Florida if your STD test comes back positive. Our physicians in Delray Beach, Florida may be able to prescribe medication for your affliction, making your treatment the fastest possible.
Stay informed about current STD lingo with the glossary of STD terminology that we have on our site. Get your money back if you need to cancel your testing prior to visiting a testing center. When you decide to take an STD test with us, you are ensuring that you'll be checked for all common STDs, not just a few.
Our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test in the 33445 area seeks the syphilis virus in blood with very fast results. The CDC advises testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea together since both infections go together most of the time and we have a chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel available to test for both infections. No other testing provider has more sophisticated STD testing in the Delray Beach.
Delray Beach, Florida STI Rate
Data is gathered by the federal government and the health department of Florida annually about STD infections and rates in Delray Beach. Reduce your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease by getting the facts about how they are transmitted.
- While the highest percentage of HIV/AIDS positive inmates in state or federal prisons in the nation is 5.5%, Florida's rate is 3.2%.
- 1,375 syphilis infections were reported in Florida in 2012.
- In 2010, 82.5% of women diagnosed with HIV contracted it through heterosexual interccourse.
- Gonorrhea infections in 2010 increased among people age 15-19 by about 83%.
- In 2012, men aged 20-24 accounted for more than 3,100 gonorrhea infections in Florida.
If you have not been tested for STDs, every time you have sex, you are putting your partner at risk for sexually transmitted diseases that may be lifelong afflictions. Many STDs show no symptoms, so you may be infected with an STD and not know it.