Same-Day Private STD Testing
Our lab techs respect your privacy and will not ask any embarrassing questions at the lab. Our groundbreaking test panel comes with a hepatitis A test to ensure all common STDs are covered. Any time you purchase testing with us, the charges will appear as FPK Services to protect your confidentiality.
We use the same labs the hospitals in your area do. We follow the HIPAA Privacy Rule, which keeps your personal information from getting to anyone you don't want to have access to it. We take credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts, so you can choose how to pay.
For chlamydia and gonorrhea, our highly acclaimed chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel guarantees that you will receive accurate results. Our FDA-approved syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) test searches for syphilis in the blood. What sets STDcheck.com apartfrom other Mckees Rocks STD testing companies is our advanced technique which allows us to email your test results in 1-2 days instead of weeks.
Mckees Rocks, Pennsylvania STD Data
The government and the health department of Pennsylvania accumulates STD and HIV rates in Mckees Rocks and around the state and then discloses those figures. By educating yourself about STDs and HIV, you are protecting yourself against the spread of STDs.
- About half of all men living with an HIV diagnosis in Pennsylvania as of 2010 got the disease from male to male sexual contact.
- The rate of Hispanic women with an HIV-positive diagnosis in 2010 was 14.2 times higher than white women in Pennsylvania in 2010.
- As of 2011, there were almost 31,500 people living in Pennsylvania with a positive HIV diagnosis.
- In 2010, 6,264 out of 9,085 HIV-positive Pennsylvania women got the disease from male-to-female sexual contact.
- Pennsylvania was 30th out of 50 states for chlamydia in 2010.
There is no excuse to avoid STD testing. Some STDs are symptomless and could cause permanent conditions like infertility, liver damage, and even death.