Local Private STD Testing
You can complete our test in 5 minutes or less. Our 01844 STD testing needs no visit to a doctor's office. Our simplified testing process guarantees there will be no extra paperwork to complete later.
We are the only online STD testing service supplying the Methuen area with all-inclusive testing that doesn't leave out any of the most frequently occurring STDs, HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis. Getting a refund within 1-2 days is simple when you cancel your testing without going to one of our testing facilities. The glossary of STD terminology on our website is there for you if you need help understanding the lingo used to discuss STDs, testing, and treatment.
You can simply find a location in your area by entering your zip close in a search box on our website. Our test location are designed to be consumer-friendly and give you the same experience we would expect when we use them ourselves. You need not worry about others knowing why you are visiting our labs - we test for other conditions not related to STDs.
Sexually transmitted Diseases Infections Data for Methuen, Massachusetts
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gather and publish data and statistics about STDs and HIV in Methuen in an early report. If you want to get rid of all doubt about your sexual STD status, STD testing is the only way to do it.
- In Massachusetts, 10.2% of men who contracted HIV in 2010 got it through heterosexual contact.
- In 2011, Hispanics had an estimated rate of 64.5 HIV infections per 100,000 people living in Massachusetts.
- 204 women were diagnosed with HIV in Massachusetts in 2011.
- In 2011, 21% of all HIV/AIDS infections occurred through Injection Drug Use and 14% through heterosexual sex.
- Massachusetts in 2010, had about 4.3 syphilis infections per every 100,000 people.
Get tested for STDs regularly to slow the transmission of STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis. Some STDs, such as HIV, herpes, and hepatitis, are incurable. Half of Massachusetts adults will have a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime.