Rapid Confidential STD testing Centers
Our licensed physicians can write prescriptions for certain sexually transmitted diseases in Orlando, Florida, making your treatment process faster. We use STD tests that are sensitive enough to screen a small blood or urine sample for STDs, saving you precious time and energy. Our physicians in Orlando, Florida can refer you to a specialist to help you with beginning STD treatment if you receive a positive test result.
The labs we use are the same ones the hospitals near you send their tests to for processing. Credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts are just some of the payment methods we accept to give you the most flexibility when you purchase your STD tests. We adhere to the same privacy guidelines as doctors and hospitals, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Your health insurer will never know you took STD test because we will not notify them or place the test results on your permanent medical records. You can download your results on your PCs, tablets and smartphones. We understand how important your privacy is to you so we will only email your test results to the address you gave us when your ordered your test.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Statistics for Orlando, Florida
Everyone in Orlando should take STD tests regularly. The threat of catching an STD in Florida is high.
- According to a 2011 Kaiser Family Foundation national survey, less than half of Florida's population aged 18-64 have been tested for HIV.
- In 2012, Florida had a total of 19,551 gonorrhea infections.
- The highest transmission category for men diagnosed with HIV in 2010 was homosexual sex with other men, accounting for 64.7% of diagnosed HIV in men.
- Syphilis infections among men in Florida increased in 2012 from the previous year.
- The estimated rate of HIV-related deaths in Florida was 15.6 per 100,000 people in 2010.
Prophylactics are important to safe sexual practices but don't protect you from diseases spread through skin-to-skin contact. Unsafe sex can lead to incurable diseases and lifelong side-effects, such as infertility, blindness, and liver damage.