Local STD Testing Centers
With over 4,000 testing centers throughout the country, including the Fuquay Varina, North Carolina area, STD testing is convenient and easy. Our online STD testing service makes it possible to purchase testing and visit one of our local 27526 testing centers in the same day. Our testing process have been vetted by certified diagnostic specialists.
Each and every one of our test centers around Fuquay Varina are conveniently located. Our handy test recommendation tool can help you decide what STD testing you need. While you wait for your results, you can call us anytime to receive a status update.
To find a testing center in your neighborhood, all you have to do is enter your zip code in a search box on our website. Our laboratories test for many non-STD related conditions so nobody else will know why you are there. We are absolutely sure you will receive a positive experience in our labs - they are designed to fit the way we would want to be taken care of as healthcare consumers.
Fuquay Varina, North Carolina STI Information
Being informed is the #1 way to start defending yourself against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. The federal government gathers data about STDs and the HIV epidemic and infection rates all over the country and in the state of North Carolina in particular.
- Of the 4,470 HIV-positive people living in Mecklenburg County in 2010, 3,194 were black
- 1,092 out of the 1,438 HIV-positive residents in Durham County as of 2010 were black.
- 7,292 women were living with HIV in North Carolina as of 2010.
- 17,454 people have reported to have been infected with gonorrhea in North Carolina in 2011.
- Black males living in North Carolina account for the highest rates of syphilis in 2011.
Some, but not all, sexually transmitted infections can be cured. Numerous STDs run their course without symptoms. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. Enlightening yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the growth of diseases in North Carolina. North Carolina residents often don't follow-up on STDs because they are embarrassed.