Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
We have over 4,000 STD testing locations, plenty in the state of California, and many throughout Orland. Quick STD testing in 95963 is the most convenient way to purchase and take STD tests. Diagnostic experts have scrutinized our testing process and certified it to meet or exceed all standards.
If you cancel your testing prior to visiting the lab, you'll receive your money back in 1-2 days. We try to eliminate any confusion you may have about the lingo used to discuss our STD testing by providing a glossary of terms on our website. When you choose what to screen for, you'll have options that include individual tests for every one of the most common STDs or an all-inclusive package that incorporates them all.
Our testing process is consumer friendly - it was built to meet your needs and we want to treat you the way we like to be treated. It is really easy to find a test center close to you by entering your zip code on our website. Our labs also conduct tests for other conditions not related to sexually transmitted infections so your reason for being there will remain a secret.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Data for Orland, California
STD testing is the best way to keep up with your STD status and sexual wellbeing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) annual report on STDs includes the Orland area.
- 489 Native Americans living in California at the end of 2010 were HIV-positive.
- Females ranked higher than men in 2011 for reported cases of chlamydia.
- 1,108 out of every 100,000 black people in California were HIV-positive in 2010.
- 35,135 Hispanic/Latino people in California were HIV-positive in 2010.
- Young women from the ages of 15-19 living in the state of California are the second-most likely to contract chlamydia.
As many as 50% of all California residents will have an STD during their lifetime. Statistically, 25% of all young adults in California have an STD. A lot of people with STDs are asymptomatic. Some STDs can infect the same person repeatedly. Infected individuals who don't know they have an STD are a common catalyst for the transmission of STDs in California.