Fast Local STD testing Centers
Salem STD testing and treatment doesn't get any faster than our service because of our nationwide network of doctors with authority to write prescriptions. We know you want quick and easy STD testing, so we only offer tests that detect STDs with a small blood or urine sample. Targeted STD treatment is the goal of every specialist referral our physicians make if your Salem, Oregon STD testing comes back positive.
Our counselors are trained to answer your STD questions and are available 24/7. Real reviews and testimonials are available on our website. Checking out on our site is always secure with 128 bit encryption.
We screen for syphilis using the industry gold-standard Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test. The CDC says that chlamydia and gonorrhea are co-infections and our test panel tests for both infections together. No one has a more advanced Salem STD testing than STDcheck.com.
Salem, Oregon STD Data
Don't take chances with your sexual health by being uninformed about sexually transmitted diseases and how they are spread. The health department of Oregon and the federal government determine statistics about STD and HIV infection rates and transmission categories in Salem every year.
- 68% of women that have been diagnosed with HIV contracted it through a man.
- People with HIV who used injection drugs are more likely than others to have advanced disease at the time of diagnosis.
- Young people in Oregon aged 15-24 are more likely to be diagnosed with chlamydia infection.
- 38% of men who used injection drugs and were diagnosed with HIV between 2006-2010 were diagnosed with AIDS within a year.
- By the end of 2011, a total of 3,644 Oregonians with HIV have died.
Testing for common STIs, including HIV-1 and HIV-2, helps prevent the spread of these diseases. We believe that to protect yourself and your partner, you should receive annual tests at one of our local Oregon test locations close to you. STD testing is necessary for residents of Oregon, especially for those that are sexually active. Most people infected with STDs are not even aware that they are and spread them unknowingly.