Same-Day STD Testing
Our simple and effective STD tests can screen for STDs using only a small blood or urine sample. Start treatment quickly if you test positive for an STD in Montgomery, Alabama with a specialist recommendation from our physicians. Get prescription medication for certain conditions in Montgomery, Alabama from one of our physicians from our nationwide network.
Figuring out what STD tests to take doesn't get any simpler than using our test recommendation tool. Whenever you want an update on the status of your test results, you can to call and get it from one of our health specialists. You cannot get easier Montgomery STD testing than our conveniently located testing facilities.
Our laboratories also tests for other conditions not related to STIs so your reason for being there will remain a secret. Our testing system is consumer friendly - it was built to meet your needs and we want to treat you the way we like to be treated. It is really easy to find a center close to you by entering your zip code on our website.
Montgomery, Alabama STI Morbidity Data
Thanks to the federal government and the Alabama department of health, facts and figures is available about Montgomery STD infection rates. Put your sexual health first by arming yourself with the facts about STDs and their spread.
- 758 cases of Syphillis reported in 2011.
- The largest number of newly diagnosed HIV infections in Alabama in 2011 were among people aged 13 to 34.
- Alabama ranked 22nd among the 50 states for reported AIDS cases between the start of the epidemic and December of 2008.
- An estimated 3,000 Alabama residents are thought to be HIV positive, but unaware of it.
- Between 2008 and 2012, the number of chlamydia infections reported in Alabama has risen steadily.
Many STDs run their course without symptoms. Alabama citizens often don't follow-up on sexually transmitted infections because they are embarrassed. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. Some, but not all, STDs can be cured. Educating yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the spread of diseases in Alabama.