Same-Day STD Testing
Any time you purchase testing with us, the charges will appear as FPK Services to protect your privacy. Our lab techs respect your privacy and will not ask you embarrassing questions when you arrive. Our groundbreaking test panel includes a hepatitis A test to ensure all common STDs are covered.
The hospitals in your area process their tests at the same test centers that we use, so you know your results will be reliable. Any time you pay for any of our STD tests, you can choose from many payment options, including credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. Our adherence to federal privacy mandates, such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule, allows us to keep your personal information protected.
Test with confidence knowing that our labs test for so many other conditions that do not relate to sexually transmitted diseases, no one will know why you are there. We will take care of you the same way we will like to be taken care of. To locate the nearest testing center to you, enter your zip code on our website.
Hartford, Connecticut Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information
Take charge of your sexual wellbeing by educating yourself about sexually transmitted diseases now. Each year, reports are published by the federal government and the health department of Connecticut with data about STD and HIV infections and transmission categories in Hartford.
- As of 2010, Tolland County had the lowest rate of HIV infections in Connecticut.
- Connecticut ranked 26th out of 50 states for gonorrhea infections in 2010.
- In 2010, black females were living with HIV in Connecticut at a rate 11.7 times that of white women.
- There were 359.5 cases of chlamydia for every 100,000 people in Connecticut in 2010.
- 9,824 females were reported to have Chlamydia in 2011.
At STDcheck.com, we believe that to protect yourself and your partner, you should receive annual tests at one of our local Connecticut testing centers near you. Testing for common sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV-1 and HIV-2, helps prevent the spread of these diseases. STI testing is essential for residents of Connecticut, especially for those that are sexually active. Most people infected with STDs are unaware that they are and spread them without knowing.