Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
Our physicians in Gig Harbor, Washington can provide you with the name of a specialist who can help you begin treatment if you test positive for an STD. Our STD tests are accurate enough to screen for STDs using only a small blood or urine sample. For certain afflictions, our doctors can write prescriptions in Gig Harbor, Washington to speed up your treatment process.
Our tests for HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis- the most frequently occurring STDs- can be taken indiviudally or as a comprehensive package. Learn the lingo typically used in reference to STDs, testing, and treatment with the glossary of STD terms on our website. Your money is returned within 1-2 days if you need to cancel your testing as long as it is before you visit our testing location.
Take our FDA-approved / cleared syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) test now and know that you are not positive for syphilis. In 98335, we have the most advanced, yet very easy to use Gig Harbor STD testing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at the same time and we have the test panel that allows you to test for both infections.
STD Rate for Gig Harbor, Washington
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) annual report on STDs includes the Gig Harbor area. STD testing is the best way to keep up with your STD status and sexual health.
- Heterosexual contact was to lame for 72.2% of all HIV infections among Washington women living with the disease in 2010.
- Pierce County had the third-highest rate of HIV diagnoses in Washington with 148 infections in 2010.
- As of 2011, the state of Washington was home to 10,732 people living with HIV.
- 7,157 cases of HIV among men in Washington were contracted through male-to-male sexual contact.
- From 2008-2011, there were 661 HIV infections among Washingtonians aged 25 to 34.
In the United States, nearly all the people with hepatitis A report having no risk factors according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) so it is better to get yearly tests so you can take proper steps to protect yourself and loved ones.