Confidential Online STD Testing
5 minutes or less is all it takes to complete your test. Our lab technicians need only your test code and no supplemental paperwork when you get to the lab. All of the 34452 STD testing packages we offer online allow you to test without visiting a physician's office.
We offer the convenience of our online STD testing service with the trustworthiness of the labs that your area hospitals use to process their tests. We offer many flexible payment options, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts, to give you plenty of choices when it comes to buying your STD testing. Your personal information is always protected because we follow all federal and state privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Your test results will be sent by email to you as soon as they become available. Your confidentiality is important to us so we will never report your test results to your health insurance company or place them on your permanent records. Test results are available on PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Inverness, Florida Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information
Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases data specific to the Inverness area regarding STD infection and transmission. Periodic STD testing is the most important part of staying in control of your sexual health.
- Women aged 20-24 were the most likely group to contract chlamydia in 2012.
- Hillsborough County had the second highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- Florida had a rate of 403.2 cases of chlamydia per every 100,000 residents in 2010.
- Since 2003, women accounted for 452,717 chlamydia infections in Florida.
- According to a 2011 Kaiser Family Foundation national survey, less than half of Florida's population aged 18-64 have been tested for HIV.
Many STDs cannot be cured and are, lifelong afflictions. Take the steps to avoid being another Inverness statistic. As many as 1 out of every 4 of all Florida adults have a sexually transmitted disease.