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Our doctors, who can prescribe antibiotics in El Paso, Texas, can help you get treated faster. Our El Paso, Texas physicians can provide you with a specialist referral if you test positive for an STD and need to begin treatment. Taking our simple STD tests is as easy as giving a blood or urine sample.
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STDcheck.com has the most sophisticated El Paso STD testing available. Our Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis is FDA-approved. Test for gonorrhea and chlamydia using our chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel which is fast and convenient.
El Paso, Texas Sexually Transmitted Diseases Morbidity Data
El Paso STD testing is the only way to find out if you are disease-free. Texas STD rates are gradually increasing every year.
- In 2010, Texas ranked 11 out of all 50 states in chlamydia infections.
- In 2011, Texas received $36,323,978 grant from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for HIV/AIDS.
- 33.2% of Texas residents who were diagnosed with HIV in 2010 were diagnosed with AIDS in less than 12 months.
- In 2010, Texas had the 11th highest number of syphilis infections in the United States.
- In 2010, 15,359 people living with HIV in Texas contracted the disease from heterosexual contact.
It is not strange to get an STD in Texas from a partner who is unaware that they are infected. Most STDs can be caught multiple times by the same person. STDs can affect the people of Texas, regardless of race, age, or socioeconomic background. Many people in Texas do not seek STD treatment because they are humiliated, but those excuses shouldn't prevent them from learning their STD status.