Confidential Online STD Testing
All test panels we offer include hepatitis A. Because we want to guarantee your privacy, your charges will show up as FPK Services on your monthly statement Our laboratory technicians will not ask you uncomfortable questions when you arrive for your test.
Because the hospitals in your area use the same labs we process our STD tests with, you know that our service is the highest quality. Our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule helps keep your personal information safe and secure. The many payment methods we take- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts- mean plenty of options for you at checkout.
Test results are easy to read on smartphones, PCs and tablets. Your health insurance provider will never will never be alerted to your test results nor will we ever place them on your permanent medical records. We will email your test results immediately they become available.
Florence, South Carolina Sexually Transmitted Infections Data
There are resources available for information about STD and HIV infection rates in Florence, such as the reports published by the federal government and South Carolina health department.
STD protection starts with knowledge.
- 8,732 AIDS cases were reported by South Carolina health authorities in 2012.
- 161 Hispanic/Latino South Carolina residents contracted HIV between 2008 and 2011.
- There were 14,044 HIV-positive South Carolina residents at the end of 2010.
- In 2010, there were 1,874 South Carolina men living with HIV contracted from heterosexual contact.
- There were 6,293 cases of HIV in South Carolina that were spread through male-to-male sexual contact in 2010.
Preventing the transmission of STIs in South Carolina starts with education and protection. It is estimated that about 1/2 of everyone in South Carolina will eventually catch an sexually transmitted infection. Some STDs only require skin to skin contact to be transmitted. STDs are a threat to the long-term health of the residents of South Carolina. While abstinence from sex is the surest way to stop the spread of STDs, condoms and dental dams are viable alternatives.