Online STD Testing Service
Our lab techs do not require supplemental paperwork when you arrive at the lab. Our lab technicians need 5 minutes or less to complete your test. Visiting a physician's office for 77351 STD testing is a thing of the past thanks to our online STD testing service.
We adhere to the same guidelines as other health care providers to safeguard your personal information. Our online STD testing service conducts all of our testing in the same testing centers used by hospitals and doctors' offices. We have created an easy checkout process with many of ways to pay, such as credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts.
We send all test results to everyone via email. You can count on test results from STDcheck.com to be in your Inbox quickly. We will not notify your health insurance provider about your test results or place them on permanent medical records.
Livingston, Texas Sexually Transmitted Infections Statistics
Data gathered by the federal government and the health department of Texas is published each year with infection categories and communicability rates for Livingston.
Get educated now if you want to defend yourself against STDs.
- In 2010, Texas' rate of gonorrhea infections was 128.3 per 100,000 residents.
- In 2010,Texas' rate of AIDS diagnosis was 16.5 per 100,000 residents. That was greater than the national average of 12.4 per 100,000.
- 20-24 year-old Texans had the highest number of chlamydia infections with 47,689 followed by 15-19 yer-olds with 38,359 in 2012.
- 33.2% of Texas residents who were diagnosed with HIV in 2010 were diagnosed with AIDS in less than 12 months.
- Latino men in Texas were 1.1. times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV in 2010 than white men.
Texas citizens often don't look for sexually transmitted infections because they are embarrassed. Some, but not all, sexually transmitted infections can be cured. Informing yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the growth of diseases in Texas. Many sexually transmitted diseases progress without symptoms. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot.