Rapid Private STD testing Centers
We are the only provider of online STD testing who adds a screening for Hepatitis A in our all-inclusive STD test panel. On your monthly statement, your charges will show up as FPK Services to protect your privacy. No embarrassing questions when you test with us today.
We strive to keep your information confidential by following all federal and state privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. We try to make the payment process easy by accepting many forms of payment, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. You don't have to put up with anything less than hospital-grade STD testing because we utilize the same labs as the clinics near you.
The easiest way to start the testing process is to search for nearby testing centers on our website. Our labs test for many infections and no one will understand why you are there. We built our testing process to treat you as the valued healthcare consumer that you are.
Sexually transmitted Diseases Infections Data for LOUISVILLE, Colorado
If you are knowledgeable about STDs and how they are contracted, you will know how to defend yourself. Annual reports are published by the health department of Colorado and the federal government with data gathered about STDs and HIV in LOUISVILLE.
- 57% of those diagnosed with HIV in Colorado were Whites in 2010
- 15,751 women were found positive for Chlamydia in 2011
- The Black female HIV rate was 16 times higher than White females in 2010 in Colorado
- 15% of HIV infections reported in Colorado in 2010 were Black males
- The majority of new cases of HIV were found in people ages 20-29
It is a common occurrence, sadly, to get an STD in Colorado from someone who is unaware that they are infected. STDs can endanger the lives of the people of Colorado, regardless of ethnicity, age, or background. Many young people in Colorado do not look for STD treatment because they are embarrassed, but those excuses shouldn't prevent them from finding out their STD status. Most STDs can be contracted more than once by the same person.