Convenient STD Testing
When you test with us, you will go through a thoroughly vetted testing process. North Carolina STD testing is simple and convenient when you have 4,000 testing centers throughout the United States to choose from, including many throughout Raleigh. Take an STD test the same day you purchase it with our 27614 STD testing.
We adhere to the HIPAA Privacy Rule to offer the highest level of information privacy. Choose to purchase your STD testing with credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, or health savings accounts for the simplest, quickest checkout. By choosing to take an STD test with us, you are using to the same labs where the hospitals in your area have their tests processed.
Testing for syphilis in 27614 is fast with our FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test. No other testing company has more sophisticated yet uncomplicated, Raleigh STD testing. The CDC advises testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at the same time since they tend to co-exist and our chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel does that.
STD Information for Raleigh, North Carolina
The risk of contracting an STD in North Carolina is high. Everyone in Raleigh should take an STD test regularly.
- Between 2008 and 2011, 4,402 black people were diagnosed with HIV in NC.
- There have been a total of 54,819 cases of new chlamydia infections in 2011 reported for the state of North Carolina.
- A total of 1,563 of new HIV infections have been reported for the year of 2011.
- North Carolina reported 150.4 cases of gonorrhea per 100,000 people in 2010.
- The 34.9% of men who got HIV from IV drug use in Hertford County as of 2010 is the highest percentage in that transmission category in NC.
While abstinence from sexual activity is the most effective way to prevent the transmission of STDs, condoms and dental dams are viable alternatives. Preventing sexually transmitted infections in North Carolina often begins with education and protection. Some STDs only require skin to skin contact to be transmitted. STDs are a threat to the long-term health of the residents of North Carolina. It is estimated that 1/2 of everyone in North Carolina will eventually catch an STI.