Rapid STD Testing
If your test results are positive and you need to begin treatment in Norman, Oklahoma, our physicians may be able to provide a specialist referral. When you decide to test for STDs with us, you only give a small blood or urine sample. Our physicians can help you get the fastest treatment available for your STDs by writing prescriptions in Norman, Oklahoma.
Because we use the same labs that your nearby hospitals do, you get the highest-quality STD tests and the ease of our online STD testing service. We strive to protect your personal information by complying with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and other federal mandates. We try to give you a variety of payment options by accepting credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts.
Finding the nearest lab is a breeze - all you need to do is enter your zip code on our website. Our labs test for so many infections that it is impossible for anyone to know why you are there. We are a healthcare consumer-friendly company and our testing procedure was designed to give you the maximum comfort when you visit.
STD Rate for Norman, Oklahoma
If you are not taking periodic STD tests, you are not staying in control of your sexual health. There are many reports published about sexually transmitted diseases each year, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes the Norman area.
- In 2011, Oklahoma had an estimated rate for blacks of 45.7 cases of HIV infection per every 100,000 blacks living in the state.
- The rate of Hispanic men living in Oklahoma with an HIV diagnoses is 1.2 times more than white men in 2010.
- In Oklahoma, there was a 3.7:1 ratio of black males living with HIV infection to white males in 2010.
- The state of Oklahoma in 2010 almost met the national average of chlamydia infections of 426 cases per every 100,000 persons living in the state.
- In 2011, the estimated percentage of HIV diagnoses in adults is 82.5% in males living in Oklahoma.
Chlamydia alone affects 1,412,791 Americans and most of those infected are aged 19-24, so it is crucial that you get tested for all STDs annually.