Local Same-Day STD Testing
When you order your test, we ensure your privacy by listing your charges as FPK Services. Other testing companies don't test for Hepatitis A, one of the most common STDs, but we do. We value your privacy and will never ask you awkward questions now or when you arrive at the lab.
Take your tests at any of our labs, which are the same ones used by local hospitals. Enjoy easy checkout with any of the payment options we accept- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. Keep your personal information under lock and key with our testing service, which adheres to all federal and state privacy mandates, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
All test results are sent immediately by email. Test results can be downloaded and made available on your smartphones, PCs and tablets. Count on us not to report your test results to yourhealth insurance provider or place it in your permanent medical records.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Data for Durant, Oklahoma
Information is gathered by the federal government and the health department of Oklahoma annually about STD infections and rates in Durant. Reduce your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease by getting the facts about how they are transmitted.
- The rate of Hispanic females living with an HIV diagnoses is almost 2 times more likely that white females in 2010.
- In 2011, The estimated rate of women living in the state of Oklahoma with HIV was 3.7 cases per every 100,000 women living in the state.
- The rate of Hispanic men living in Oklahoma with an HIV diagnoses is 1.2 times more than white men in 2010.
- In 2011, the estimated rate of men living in Oklahoma with HIV was 17.9 cases per every 100,000 men residing in the state.
- In 2011, the estimated percentage of HIV diagnoses in adults is 82.5% in males living in Oklahoma.
Unsafe sex can lead to incurable diseases and lifelong side-effects, like infertility, blindness, and liver damage. Contraceptives are crucial to safe sex but don't protect you from diseases spread through skin-to-skin contact.