Low-Cost STD testing Centers
Your monthly statement will show FPK Services for all charges to maintain your privacy. Unlike other testing companies, our test panel allows you to test for hepatitis A without extra charge. We want you to be comfortable throughout the process so we never ask you embarrassing questions now or at the lab.
Use the glossary of STD terms on our site to learn about the lingo used when discussing sexually transmitted diseases. Don't pay more to test for every one of the most commonly occurring sexually transmitted diseases when we test for all of them for one low price. Get your money back if you must as long as you cancel before visiting one of our testing locations.
When it comes time for you to test for sexually transmitted diseases in the 91204 area, STDcheck.com has the most advanced Glendale STD testing available. Our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis looks for the virus in the blood with guaranteed results privately sent to you in a day. We test for gonorrhea and chlamydia individually or through our exclusive chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel that screens for both infections in urine.
Glendale, California Sexually Transmitted Diseases Statistics
Do not gamble with your sexual status and safety by engaging in sexual activities without being educated about how STDs are spread. The reports published by the federal government and the California health department are a reliable resource for data about STD and HIV infection and transmission in Glendale.
- Men residing in California aged 45 or over are ten times more likely than women to contract syphilis.
- By the end of 2010, 210 out of 100,000 people in Santa Clara County were HIV-positive.
- Black women at the age of 15-19 living in California are 7 times more likely to contract Chlamydia than white women at the same age group.
- Young women from the ages of 15-19 living in the state of California are the second-most likely to contract chlamydia.
- Almost 69% of women with HIV in California in 2010 got the disease heterosexually.
Everybody is getting tested for sexually transmitted infections including your friends so why not you?