Local HIV Testing Centers
Our tests use a small blood or urine sample, so you don't have to waste time taking a physical. If you test positive for an STD, our doctors in Martinsburg, West Virginia may be able to provide a specialist referral so you can begin treatment. If you are positive for an STD in Martinsburg, West Virginia, our physiciansmay be able to help by prescribing medication.
We offer the convenience of our online STD testing service with the reliability of the labs that your local hospitals use to process their tests. We offer many flexible payment methods, 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 give you plenty of choices when it comes to paying for your STD testing. Your personal information is always guarded because we follow all federal and state privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Our testing procedure was designed to take care of you the way we like to be taken care of ourselves. We make it easy to find the closest test location by entering your zip code into a search box on our website. All of our laboratories test for many conditions that do not relate to STDs so your reason for visiting the test center will not be known.
Martinsburg, West Virginia Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information
Frequent STD testing is the key to staying in control of your sexual health. Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases data specific to the Martinsburg area regarding sexually transmitted disease infection and transmission.
- 73.7% of all HIV infected men in West Virginia at the end of 2010 got the disease from male-to-male sexual contact.
- 258.12 persons out of every 100,000 West Virginians were infected with chlamydia in 2012
- 13 to 24 year old West Virginians had an HIV infection rate of 19 per 100,000 in 2010.
- Among West Virginia women living with HIV in 2010, 31.2% got the disease from IV drug use.
- Nearly 40% of all reported gonorrhea infections in 2012 occurred to 15-19 year olds
STDs can lead to infertility in women but in most cases they are easily cured if diagnosed and treated early.