Same-Day Private STD Testing
We assure your satisfaction by eliminating all unnecessary and embarrassing questions. Your privacy is priority so we list all charges as FPK Services on your monthly card statement. Our comprehensive STD testing panel includes Hepatitis A, one of the most common STDs, unlike our competitors.
The hospitals nearby process their tests at the same test labs that we use, so you know your results will be reliable. Any time you purchase any of our STD testing packages, 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 safeguarded.
Our labs test for other diseases so nobody will ever know the purpose of your visit to the test center. Finding a nearby center is fast by entering your zip code on our website. As healthcare consumers, we have built STD testing facilities that treat you the way we like to be treated ourselves.
STI Data for Houma, Louisiana
Data from the health department of Louisiana is published every year and includes facts and figures about STD infections in Houma. If you don't have the truth about STDs and how they are spread, you aren't defending yourself from contracting a disease that could stay with you for the rest of your life.
- The national average of HIV-positive inmates in a state or federal prison is 1.5%, much lower than Louisiana's average of 3.5%.
- The highest rate of Chlamydia in males was found in Orleans Parish, affecting 950 men out of every 100,000 people.
- In 2008, Louisiana ranked 11th in the number of reported AIDS cases out of all 50 states.
- Black people make up only 32% of Louisiana's overall population but 74% of newly diagnosed HIV cases.
- The male rate of chlamydia infections was 341 per 100,000 people residing in the state of Louisiana.
Sexually transmitted infections, especially chlamydia have been spiking among women in the United States since 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.