Local Private STD Testing
All of our STD tests need a small, simple blood or urine sample so you don't have to submit to any complicated medical procedures. If your STD testing comes back positive, our physicians can refer you to a specialist in Glenview, Illinois for your treatment. We provide the fastest way to get tested and treated for STDs in Glenview, Illinois with our nationwide panel of doctors who can write prescriptions for certain afflictions.
We maintain a weekly blog called Exposed to hep you stay informed about STDs. Each and every STD test we offer is the exact same as what you'd take in a hospital or physician's office. The testing we offer in our testing centers is closely observed by a physician to ensure your safety.
As healthcare consumers, we have designed STD testing facilities that treat you the way we like to be treated ourselves. Finding a nearby testing center is fast by entering your zip code on our website. Our labs test for other infections so nobody will ever know the purpose of your visit to the test center.
Glenview, Illinois Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information
By getting informed, you help stop the transfer of sexually transmitted diseases by defending yourself against them.
The health department of Illinois and the federal government gather data each year about STD and HIV infection rates and transmission categories in Glenview.
- 72.9 out of every 100,000 Black Illinois resident had HIV at the end of 2011.
- 2,999 White males were diagnosed with HIV in Illinois between 2005 and 2011.
- 416 women were diagnosed with HIV in Illinois in 2011.
- Illinois's rate of gonorrhea infection in 2010 was 122.2 per 100,000 residents.
- In 2011, Illinois rate of HIV infection was 20.0 for every 100,000 resident.
STDs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the United States of America and Illinois. The only way to be sure of your STD status is to be tested. Some STDs can be prevented with vaccines, such as HPV, Hepatitis A and B. Many people have no idea they have an infection and unknowingly spread STDs in Illinois. STD tests are essential for everybody participating in sexual activity of any kind.