Low-Cost STD testing Centers
Targeted STD treatment is the goal of every specialist referral our physicians make if your Fayetteville, North Carolina STD testing comes back positive. We know you want fast and easy STD testing, so we only offer tests that detect STDs using a small blood or urine sample. Fayetteville STD testing and treatment doesn't get any faster than our service because of our nationwide network of doctors with authority to write prescriptions.
If you're confused about all of the STD terms we use, check out our glossary of terminology on our website. Get your money refunded within 1-2 days of cancelling your testing as long as it is done before you visit our testing location. We let you choose whether you want to check for one or all of the most frequently occurring sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis.
You can easily download and access your test results on your PCs, smartphones and tablets. Your STD test results will only be emailed to you. Your health insurance provider will never know you tested for STDs because we will not alert them and STDcheck.com will not place the results on your permanent medical records.
Fayetteville, North Carolina Sexually Transmitted Infections Information
Take control of your sexual well being with periodic STD screening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) covers infection numbers, transmission methods, and other statistics for the Fayetteville area in a yearly report.
- By the end of 2010, there were 24,476 people living with HIV in North Carolina.
- A total of 1,563 of new HIV infections have been reported for the year of 2011.
- Of the women living with HIV in NC as of 2010, 78.4% got the disease heterosexually.
- North Carolina reported 150.4 cases of gonorrhea per 100,000 people in 2010.
- North Carolina participates in 4 sterile syringe exchange programs as of 2011.
Many STDs can be contracted multiple times by the same person. It is very common to get an sexually transmitted disease in North Carolina from a partner who is unaware that they are infected. Many citizens in North Carolina do not try to find STD tests because they are humiliated, but those reasons shouldn't prevent them from learning their STD status. STDs can affect the health of the people of North Carolina, regardless of race, age, or income level.