Local Private STD Testing
We designed our testing process to omit embarrassing personal questions. While other testing services charge you for hepatitis A tests, we include it in our test panel. To protect your security, all charges will appear as FPK Services when you receive our monthly statement.
Our test recommendation tool makes it even easier to figure out what STD tests to take. Our health specialists can give you a status update for your test results anytime- day or night. Montebello STD testing doesn't get more convenient than all of our testing locations in the area.
STDcheck.com will make your test results easily available to read on smartphones, tablets and PCs. We do not place your test results on your permanent medical records or inform your health insurance provider about them. We send by email your test results to you minutes after they become available.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Statistics for Montebello, California
Facts and figures are put together and reports are released about STD and HIV infection rates and transmission categories near Montebello every single year. When it comes to protecting yourself against STDs, the first step is to get informed.
- 32.5% of new HIV diagnoses in California in 2010 received an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months.
- Black women at the age of 15-19 living in California are 7 times more likely to contract Chlamydia than white women at the same age group.
- In California, 50,584 white people were living with an HIV diagnosis.
- Young women from the ages of 15-19 living in the state of California are the second-most likely to contract chlamydia.
- Statistically, a little over 1 out of every 100 black people living in California in 2010 were HIV-positive.
As many as 1/2 of all California citizens will have an STD at some point in their life. People who are infected who don't know they have an STD are a common catalyst for the spread of STDs in California. A lot of people with STDs do not have any symptoms. Some STDs can be acquired by the same person more than once. Statistically, 1 out of every 4 young adults in California have an STD.