Confidential STD Testing
If you are positive for an STD and need a referral to a specialist in Florence, Kentucky, our physicians can provide one for you. Getting STD test results from our STD testing service is as simple as leaving a small blood or urine sample and waiting for your results to be emailed to you. Our doctors can write prescriptions for some conditions in Florence, Kentucky.
Using our test recommendation tool, you can answer a few quick questions about your sexual health and get a suggestion for STD testing that suits your needs. With testing facilities all over Florence, there should be one conveniently close to you. If you want a status update while you're waiting for your STD test results, just call one of our health specialists any time.
You can read your results on your PCs, tablets and smartphones. Your health insurance provider will never know you took STD test because we will not notify them or place the test results on your permanent medical records. We are aware how crucial your confidentiality is to you so we will only email your test results to the address you gave us when your ordered your test.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Statistics for Florence, Kentucky
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) puts together a yearly report on the sexually transmitted disease infection numbers in Florence. To always be in control of your STD status and sexual health, test for STDs frequently.
- Chlamydia was the most diagnosed STD in Kentucky in 2010.
- Rate of black females living with HIV in 2010 was 13 times those of Whites in 2010 in Kentucky.
- The percentage of Hispanic males diagnosed with HIV in their 20s was higher than Blacks 39% to 31%.
- White women aged 20-29 accounted for 203 HIV diagnosis in Kentucky in 2012.
- In 2012, 49% of Hispanic male HIV infection in Kentucky was due to sex with other men.
Get tested today at STDcheck.com. Do you know that sexually transmitted infections like syphilis, if undiagnosed and untreated, can lead to serious conditions including blindness?