Convenient STD Testing
Your secret is protected when you test with us, we will not ask embarrassing questions. Our all-inclusive 10 test STD testing includes Hepatitis A, unlike our competitors, making ours truly all-inclusive. Because your privacy matters to us, your charges will be shown as FPK Services on your monthly statement.
We combine the convenience of our online STD testing service and the reliability of testing offered at the hospitals that use our testing labs to process their tests. Protecting your personal information is important to us, so we follow the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and state privacy guidelines. We accept numerous 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 offer you many purchasing choices for your STD testing.
Our labs test for many diseases, not just STDs so you do not have to worry about your reason for the visit being known by others. We designed our test process to give you the maximum healthcare consumer-friendly experience when you visit us. To find a center near you, enter your zip code on our website and in a few seconds, you will see a list of all our sites.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections Rate for Lexington, Kentucky
If you have not started informing yourself with STD knowledge, you have not started protecting yourself against infection. HIV and STDs are an epidemic now, with annual reports published by the federal government and the health department of Kentucky with transmission rates and methods and other data for Lexington.
- Chlamydia was the most diagnosed STD in Kentucky in 2010.
- Rate of black females living with HIV in 2010 was 13 times those of Whites in 2010 in Kentucky.
- The highest percentage of female HIV infection occurred among Blacks in 2012 in Kentucky.
- By the end of 2010, 76% of males with HIV contracted it from male to male sexual contact.
- 4,521 known cases of gonorrhea were reported in 2011.
Do not play with your happiness by refusing to get testing for common STDs today, it could mean the difference between life or death, literally.