Local Same-Day STD Testing
Our 06511 testing centers offer same-day testing when you purchase your testing package online. Order your test with confidence, all our tests have been approved by certified diagnostic specialists. Our 4,000 nationwide locations include many in New Haven and all over the state of Connecticut.
Because we offer the same STD testing as hospitals and doctor's office, you never have to sacrifice your privacy to get accurate results. Our blog is full of valuable and interesting articles about STDs. Your testing will always be done under the supervision of a physician at our labs.
Our test results can be downloaded and read on smartphones, PCs and tablets. STDcheck.com does not notify any health insurance provider of your test results nor do we place them on your permanent medical records. We make sure you get the results as soon as they become available.
New Haven, Connecticut Sexually Transmitted Diseases Morbidity Data
Every sexually active resident of Connecticut is at risk for catching a sexually transmitted disease thanks to increasing infection rates every year. Any New Haven resident who has not taken an STD test is not maintaining control of their sexual wellbeing.
- There were 252 people living with HIV in Middlesex County, CT at the end of 2010.
- Among HIV-positive women in Connecticut, almost 56% got it from heterosexual contact in 2010.
- Connecticut was 33rd out of 50 for chlamydia infections in 2010.
- There were 2,849 living cases of HIV in Fairfield County, CT as of the end of 2010.
- Hispanic/Latina women were living with HIV in CT at a rate of 8.6 times that of white women in 2010.
Getting tested for STDs is necessary for everybody participating in sexual activity of any kind. Some STDs can be prevented with vaccines, such as HPV, Hepatitis A and B. Most people have no idea they have an infection and unknowingly spread STDs in Connecticut. The only way to be sure of your STD status is to get tested. STDs are one of the most common infectious diseases in the country and Connecticut.