Local HIV Testing Centers
With doctors authorized to write prescriptions in Manassas, Virginia, we provide the quickest way to test and get treated for STDs. Our physicians help you get treatment quickly if you test positive for an STD by referring you to a specialist in Manassas, Virginia. We don't require any unnecessary procedures for our simple STD tests that use a small blood or urine sample to get the job done.
Credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts are just some of the payment options we accept to give you the most flexibility when you buy your STD testing package. The labs we use are the same ones the hospitals in your area send their tests to to be processed. We follow the same privacy guidelines as doctors and hospitals, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Our test centers test for all kinds of diseases so nobody will find out why you are visiting there. Start your search for a lab today by entering your zip code into a search box on our website. Our STD testing process was created with you in mind - we will take care of you the way we will like to be taken care of.
Manassas, Virginia STD Morbidity Data
The federal government gathers data about STDs and the HIV epidemic and infection rates all over the country and in the state of Virginia in particular. Being informed is the #1 way to start defending yourself against the spread of STDs.
- 1,017 Virginia women living with HIV in 2010 contracted the virus from IV drug use.
- Virginia was #19 in the nation for syphilis infections in 2010.
- Virginians had chlamydia at a rate of 390.7 per 100,000 residents in 2010.
- 1,577 of the 15,241 men living with HIV in Virginia at the end of the 2010 got the disease from IV drug use.
- Virginia ranked #11 in the U.S. for number of people living with HIV in 2011.
About 25% of all people with STDs don't know that they are positive. Don't let unsafe sex leave you with a lifelong affliction or side-effects like infertility, liver damage, or blindness-- get tested now. Many STDs can be contracted more than once.