Same-Day STD Testing
Our 02459 test centers don't need a doctor exam for you to test for STDs. Pop into any of our test locations and in 5 minutes or less you are done We do not require additional paperwork when you test for STDs with us.
Get convenient STD testing in NEWTON CENTER at any of our testing centers. Our test recommendation tool will help you decide what tests you should take with a few simple questions. If you decide you want to get updated on the status of your test results, we have health specialists waiting to take your calls.
You need not worry about others knowing why you are visiting our labs - we test for other conditions not related to STIs. You can simply find a test center in your area by entering your zip close in a search box on our website. Our location are designed to be consumer-friendly and give you the same experience we would expect when we use them ourselves.
NEWTON CENTER, Massachusetts Sexually Transmitted Diseases Morbidity Data
Your sexual safety should not be taken lightly, which is why it's so important to get informed about sexually transmitted diseases. The health department of Massachusetts and the federal government gather and publish facts and figures every year about STDs in NEWTON CENTER.
- In 2011, men accounted for 33.9 HIV infections per 100,000 persons residing in Massachusetts.
- In 2010, the estimated rate of American Indians living in Massachusetts with HIV is 164.8 per 100,000 people.
- In Massachusetts, chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis spiked in 2012. Chlamydia jumped from 15,394 to 21,080.
- In Massachusetts, the percentage of adults diagnosed with AIDS within 12 months of first HIV diagnoses in 2010 was 34.1%.
- In 2010, the total number of AIDS related deaths in Massachusetts was 334.
Numerous sexually transmitted diseases develop without symptoms. Massachusetts residents often don't seek treatment for sexually transmitted diseases because they are embarrassed. Some, but not all, sexually transmitted diseases can be cured. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. Informing yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the growth of diseases in Massachusetts.