Rapid Private STD testing Centers
Get better faster if your condition is among those that our physicians are have the authority to write prescriptions for in Merced, California. If your condition requires specialist care, our physicians may refer you to someone in Merced, California so you can begin your STD treatment. You are able to test for STDs with a small blood or urine sample.
If you want a status update while you're waiting for your STD test results, simply get in touch with one of our health specialists any time. Using our test recommendation tool, you will answer a few quick questions about your sexual health and get a suggestion for STD testing that fits your needs. With test facilities all over Merced, there is one conveniently close to you.
Our testing system was created with you in mind - we will take care of you the way we will like to be taken care of. Our test locations test for all kinds of infections so nobody will find out why you are visiting there. Start your search for a nearby laboratory today by entering your zip code into a search box on our website.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Infections Rate for Merced, California
If you live in the Merced area, there are reports published each year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the infection rates and transmission categories of sexually transmitted diseases in your area. To maintain control of your sexual wellbeing at all times, you need to take STD tests often.
- Men between the ages of 20-24 are more likely to contract gonorrhea than women.
- 16,598 males were found positive for gonorrhea in 2011.
- White men ranked 2nd next to black men for contracting syphilis infections in 2011.
- 104,236 HIV positive men were living with HIV/AIDS in 2012 in California.
- By the end of 2010, 272 people out of 100,000 in Sacramento County were HIV-positive.
Half of California adults will have a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime. Some STDs, such as HIV, herpes, and hepatitis, are lifelong. Get tested for STDs frequently to stop the spread of STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis.