Convenient STD Testing
No awkward questions when you test with us today. On your monthly statement, your charges will be shown as FPK Services to safeguard your privacy. We are the only provider of online STD testing who includes a testing for Hepatitis A in our 10-test panel.
When you do your STD testing with us, you get access to our staff of experienced counselors who are available 24/7. You never have to worry about the security of your information thanks to our 128-bit encryption protected checkout process. The reviews and testimonials our clients write on our website are the proof of our great service.
Getting tested for STDs in 03079 is simple with our most advanced Salem STD testing. The CDC advises that it is essential to test for gonorrhea and chlamydia together and we have put together a test panel that tests for the co-infections at the same time, but you can also test for the infections individually if that is what you want. We use the FDA-approved / cleared Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) method to test for syphilis which is considered the "gold standard" in the industry.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Data for Salem, New Hampshire
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes an annual report on the infection rates and transmission categories of people affected by sexually transmitted diseases in Salem. Testing on a regular basis is the best thing you can do for your sexual wellbeing if you are sexually active.
- In 2012, the highest number of chlamydia infections (1,354) in New Hampshire occurred among 20-24 year-olds.
- 58% of all gonorrhea infections between 2008 and 2012 in New Hampshire were the result of heterosexual contact.
- 8 Blacks were diagnosed with HIV infections in New Hampshire in 2012.
- In 2012, 36 New Hampshire residents aged 45-54 were diagnosed with chlamydia infections.
- Among people living with HIV/AIDS in New Hampshire in 2008, 76% were male.
Get tested today at STDcheck.com. Do you know that STIs like syphilis, if undiscovered and not treated, can lead to serious conditions including blindness?