Low-Cost STD testing Centers
We make STD treatment as easy as possible by providing referrals to specialists in Newport Beach, California if you test positive. For some conditions, our doctors can write prescriptions in Newport Beach, California. We don't make you have a physical when you take an STD test with us because all we require is a small blood or urine sample.
If you decide to get updated on the status of your STD test results, it is easy with our health specialists who are on standby to take your calls. Newport Beach STD testing is convenient with our multiple locations throughout the area. Answer our test recommendation tool's questions anonymously to get a suggestion for what STD tests you should take.
It is really easy to find a location close to you by entering your zip code on our website. Our labs also screens for other conditions not related to sexually transmitted diseases so your reason for being there will remain a secret. Our testing system is consumer friendly - it was designed to meet your needs and we want to treat you the way we like to be treated.
STD Data for Newport Beach, California
Sexually transmitted diseases are the most common communicable diseases in the US and are the subject of a yearly report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on infection numbers and other statistics. Take control of your sexual health by taking STD tests regularly.
- Almost 69% of women with HIV in California in 2010 got the disease heterosexually.
- Females ranked higher than men in 2011 for reported cases of chlamydia.
- 2,327 males reported having primary and secondary syphilis in 2011.
- At the end of 2010, 345 of every 100,000 people in Solano County were living with HIV.
- In 2010, almost 79% of men with HIV in California got the disease from male-to-male sex.
Don't be a statistic. Dental dams and condoms are effective tools for preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in Newport Beach. It is estimated that 1 out of every 2 of all California adults will have an STD during their lifetime. Getting an STD does not prevent you from getting it again.