Same-Day STD Testing
You can complete our test in 5 minutes or less. No extra paperwork to complete once you place your order. You don't have to visit a doctor's office or hospital to test for STDs with our 28659 service.
We offer many flexible payment options, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts, to give you plenty of choices when it comes to purchasing your STD tests. We offer the convenience of our online STD testing service with the accuracy of the labs that your nearby hospitals use to process their tests. Your personal information is always guarded because we follow all federal and state privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
It is really easy to locate a test center in your area, simply enter your zip code into a search box on our website to get a complete list. We designed our system to conform to the way we want to be taken care of if we were using the facility today. Since our labs screen for many diseases, it is impossible for anyone to know why you are there.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Infections Rate for North Wilkesboro, North Carolina
The report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) every year covers such sexually transmitted disease data as infection numbers, transmission categories, and other statistics for the North Wilkesboro area. Test early and test often to maintain control of your sexual health.
- As of 2010, there were 8,268 people aged 45 to 54 with HIV in North Carolina.
- 7,292 women were living with HIV in North Carolina as of 2010.
- Of the cases of HIV among men in Yancey County in 2010, 90.9% were a result of male-to-male sexual contact.
- Mecklenburg County had the highest number of HIV-positive residents in 2010 with 4,470.
- Of the 2,670 HIV-positive people in Wake County in 2010, 1,590 were Black.
Testing is the best way to stop the spread of STDs in North Wilkesboro. Different STDs need different medications. Upwards of half North Carolina adults aged 18 to 44 years old have only ever taken a test for HIV/AIDS.