Confidential STD Testing
Our doctors in Old Saybrook, Connecticut can provide you with the name of a specialist who can help you start treatment if you test positive for an STD. Our STD tests are advanced enough to screen for STDs using only a small blood or urine sample. For certain diseases, our doctors can write prescriptions in Old Saybrook, Connecticut to speed up your treatment process.
The glossary of STD terminology on our website is there for you if you need an explanation of the lingo used to discuss STDs, testing, and treatment. Getting your money back within 1-2 days is simple when you cancel your testing without going to one of our labs. We are the only online STD testing service supplying the Old Saybrook area with all-inclusive screening that doesn't leave out any of the most often occurring STDs, HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis.
on tablets, PCs and smartphones. We never report your sexually transmitted diseases test results to your health insurance provider or place it on your private medical records. We keep your test results confidential by sending it to the email address you give us.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Rate for Old Saybrook, Connecticut
The state of Connecticut publishes annual data about the transmission of STDs and HIV in Old Saybrook.
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- Connecticut had 10,585 people living with HIV in 2011.
- In 2010, black females were living with HIV in Connecticut at a rate 11.7 times that of white women.
- Hispanic/Latina women were living with HIV in CT at a rate of 8.6 times that of white women in 2010.
- At the end of 2010, 1,211 black people in New Haven County, CT were living with HIV.
- 1,271 out of every 100,000 black people in Connecticut were HIV-positive at the end of 2010.
The only way to know your STD status is to be get Old Saybrook STD testing. STDs pose a danger to everyone in Connecticut, regardless of age, race, or socioeconomic background. At least 25% adults with an STD don't even know they have the disease.