Same-Day Private STD Testing
Keep the STD testing process simple by using our tests that are advanced enough to detect STDs with nothing more than a small blood or urine sample. Get treated for STDs quickly with a specialist recommendation from our Raleigh, North Carolina physicians if you results are positive. The fastest Raleigh STD testing and treatment is possible thanks to our nationwide network of doctors who can write the prescriptions that cure certain STDs.
The test recommendation tool on our website gives you individualized suggestions about what STD tests you need. Let our health specialists give an update on your test results if you get tired of waiting. Our test locations are all over the Raleigh area, so there is sure to be one conveniently located near you.
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Information for Raleigh, North Carolina
If you don't have the truth about STDs and how they are spread, you aren't protecting yourself from getting a disease that could stay with you for the rest of your life. Data from the health department of North Carolina is published every year and includes facts and figures about STD infections in Raleigh.
- Black males living in North Carolina account for the highest rates of syphilis in 2011.
- 1,189 men were infected with HIV in the state of North Carolina in 2011.
- Wake County had 2,670 HIV-positive residents in 2010, the 2nd highest in North Carolina.
- Of the 4,470 HIV-positive people living in Mecklenburg County in 2010, 995 were white.
- Majority of HIV infections in the state of North Carolina are going to be in male adults aged 40-44
Some sexually transmitted infections, like hepatitis A and HIV cannot be completely cured, they can only be managed by doctors and it is very crucial to get diagnosed as soon as possible.