Fast Confidential STD testing Centers
Our doctors, who can prescribe medication in Newtown, Connecticut, can help you get better faster. Our Newtown, Connecticut doctors can refer you to a specialist if you test positive for an STD and need to begin treatment. Testing with us is as easy as giving a blood or urine sample.
When you choose what to check for, you'll have options that include individual tests for all of the most frequently occurring STDs or a comprehensive package that includes them all. We try to get rid of any confusion you may have about the lingo used to describe our STD testing by providing a glossary of terminology on our website. If you cancel your testing prior to visiting the test location, you'll get your money back in 1-2 days.
We designed our system to be consumer friendly and we guarantee you will be satisfied with your experience. Because our laboratories test for all kinds of conditions, you do not need to worry about anyone knowing why you are there. Locating the nearest test location to you is very easy - simply enter your zip code into a search box on our website and in a few seconds get the closest site to you.
STI Statistics for Newtown, Connecticut
Rates of infection are just one of the types of data that is collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about Newtown each year. Taking STD tests need to be part of every sexually active person's health routine.
- As of 2010, there were 207 people living with HIV in Windham County, CT.
- Almost half of all people living with HIV in Fairfield County, CT at the end of 2010 were black.
- 9,824 females were reported to have Chlamydia in 2011.
- There were 3,270 cases of HIV living in Hartford County, CT in 2010.
- At the end of 2010, 844 Hispanic/Latino people lived in Fairfield County, CT.
Safe sexual practices begin with testing for STDs frequently and diligent use of prophylactics such as condoms and dental dams.Young adults between 18 and 34 years old have the highest risk for sexually transmitted diseases.