Local Same-Day STD Testing
Testing at any of our CLIA-certified testing labs is rapid and can be done during your lunch break. Our competitively priced STD testing is the best way to learn your STD status quickly. Deciding to get tested is not easy so we make the testing process simple.
Stay informed about current STD lingo with the glossary of STD terms that we have on our site. When you decide to test with us, you are ensuring that you'll be checked for all common STDs, not just a few. Receive your money back if you have to cancel your testing before visiting a testing center.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are called co-infections, that is why we offer the chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel that screens for both STDs. We are the only online STD testing service that offers only Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved tests including the Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis. In New York STD testing market, we offer the most advanced tests available.
Middletown, New York Sexually Transmitted Diseases Rate
Get informed now if you want to protect yourself against sexually transmitted diseases. Data collected by the federal government and the health department of New York is reported every year with infection categories and communicability rates for Middletown.
- Queens County, New York reported that for every 100,000 residents, 863 reported being HIV positive in 2010.
- In 2012, the rate of Latino men living with positive HIV diagnosis in New York was 4 times higher than white men.
- New York City authorities reported that there were 80 acute hepatitis B infections in 2011.
- In 2010, 32% of people diagnosed with HIV were diagnosed with AIDS within 12 months.
- In 2009, the number of deaths due to HIV in New York was more than double the national average.
The only way to be sure of your STD status is to be screened. Getting regular STD testing is important for everyone participating in sexual activity of any kind. STDs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the US and New York. Many people have no idea they have been infected and unknowingly spread STDs in New York. Some STDs can be prevented with vaccines, such as HPV, Hepatitis A and B.