Rapid Private STD testing Centers
Certain conditions can be cured with prescription medication, which can be provided by one of our LIVONIA, Michigan physicians. You can begin treatment for STDs quickly with a healthcare provider referral from one of our physicians in LIVONIA, Michigan. Choose the simplest testing option: our STD tests that detect STDs with a small blood or urine sample.
Because we offer the same STD tests as hospitals and clinics, you never have to sacrifice your privacy to get reliable results. Our blog is full of valuable and informative articles about STDs. Your testing will always be administered under the supervision of a physician at our labs.
In LIVONIA, Michigan 48152 area, our specialists look for syphilis in the blood using the Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test. Our FDA-approved / cleared chlamydia and gonorrhea test panel is designed to seek the co-existing infections in urine making sure that you are free of these diseases. Testing with STDcheck.com guarantees that you will get the most sophisticated LIVONIA STD testing available in the market.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Rate for LIVONIA, Michigan
Don't ignore the facts about sexually transmitted diseases- get informed. The Michigan health department and the federal government put together facts and figures about STD infections and transmission methods in LIVONIA every single year.
- 72.3% of Michigan females got HIV through heterosexual intercourse in 2010.
- 25.1% of HIV positive residents of Michigan contracted the infection through injection drug use in 2010.
- 7,290 women reported being positive for gonorrhea in Michigan in 2012.
- In 2012, Michigan reported 12,770 cases of gonorrhea infections.
- 59% of all HIV infected individuals in Michigan in 2012 were Black males.
Most people have no idea they have been infected and unknowingly spread STDs in Michigan. Getting tested for STDs is essential for anyone participating in sexual activity of any kind. Some sexually transmitted diseases can be prevented with vaccines, such as HPV, Hepatitis A and B. STDs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the United States of America and Michigan. The only way to be sure of your STD status is to get tested.