Convenient STD Testing
Our 4,000 testing centers throughout the country make California STD testing easy with many locations throughout Riverside. Our 92503 STD testing is available the same day you purchase it. What makes STDcheck.com different is the thorough vetting of our testing process by diagnostic experts.
Let our test recommendation tool tell you what STD testing you should get. Talk to one of our health specialists for an update on the status of your test results anytime. Once you get your STD testing, simply stop by any of our test facilities that are located conveniently in the Riverside area.
In our quest to make sure you get the best Riverside STD testing, STDcheck.com designed a simple yet highly accurate test method in the 92503 area. Testing with us means you get the FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphils and other advanced tests. We give you the best chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel available today.
Riverside, California Sexually Transmitted Infections Information
Regular Riverside STD testing gives you the keys to maintaining control of your sexual wellbeing. Sexually transmitted disease infection and transmission rates in California keep rising as more and more residents get infected.
- 52.6% of men found positive for Syphilis in 2011 also had HIV.
- Black women at the age of 15-19 living in California are 7 times more likely to contract Chlamydia than white women at the same age group.
- Native American women living in California are more likely to contract chlamydia than Native American Men.
- 1,108 out of every 100,000 black people in California were HIV-positive in 2010.
- 363 per 100,000 California residents were living with a positive HIV diagnosis by the end of 2010.
Some, but not all, sexually transmitted infections can be cured. Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. California residents often don't seek treatment for STIs because they are embarrassed. Many sexually transmitted diseases develop without symptoms. Informing yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the spread of diseases in California.