Local HIV Testing Centers
Your secret is guarded when you test with us, we will not ask embarrassing questions. Our comprehensive 10 test STD testing includes Hepatitis A, unlike our competitors, making ours truly comprehensive. Because your privacy matters to us, your charges will be shown as FPK Services on your monthly statement.
Don't waste your money or time on other STD testing that don't include ALL of the most common STDs: HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis. Have STD lingo explained with our simple glossary of terminology. If you need to cancel your testing for any reason, do it before visiting our facility and you'll get your money back within 1-2 days.
Test results, when available, are emailed to you. You can have confidence in our testing service because we do not report your test results to your health insurer or place them on your permanent medical records. Results can be read on your personal computers, tablets or smartphones.
Falls Church, Virginia STI Statistics
The best way to defend yourself from the spread of sexually transmitted diseases is to arm yourself with knowledge. The federal government at the state of Virginia collect infection rates, transmission categories, and other data about STDs and HIV throughout the state and in Falls Church.
- Virginia Beach was home to 1,110 residents living with HIV in 2010.
- In 2010, there were 1,391 Hispanic/Latino residents of Virginia living with HIV.
- There were 2,130 Virginia residents living with HIV in Norfolk City in 2010.
- 70% of men in Virginia living with HIV in 2010 contracted the disease through male to male sexual contact.
- Richmond City was the location of 2,040 Virginia residents living with HIV in 2010.
A lot of people have no idea they have an infection and unknowingly spread STDs in Virginia. Some STDs can be prevented with vaccines, such as HPV, Hepatitis A and B. Getting regular STD testing is essential for anyone participating in sexual activity of any kind. STDs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the United States and Virginia. The only way to be sure of your STD status is to be screened.