Online STD Testing Service
All of our tests are simple, using only a blood or urine sample. If you test positive for an STD in San Antonio, Texas, our doctors may be able to refer you to a specialist so you can start treatment. Get the fastest treatment possible for certain STDs, thanks to our physicians who are authorized to write prescriptions in San Antonio, Texas.
Because we adhere to the HIPAA Privacy Rule, your information will always be protected. Whenever you are ready to checkout, you will be able to pay for your STD testing with any of the following payment methods: credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. Our testing takes place in the same testing centers that the hospitals in your area use to process their tests, so your results are reliable.
In Texas STD testing market, we offer the most advanced tests available. We are the only online STD testing company that offers only Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved tests including the Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis. Gonorrhea and chlamydia are called twin infections, that is why we offer the chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel that looks for both sexually transmitted diseases.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections Data for San Antonio, Texas
If you want to get rid of all doubt about your sexual health, STD testing is the only way to do it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gather and publish data and statistics about STDs and HIV in San Antonio in an annual report.
- In 2010, Texas' chlamydia infection rate exceeded the national average of 426 cases per 100,000 residents.
- 20-24 year-old Texans had the highest number of chlamydia infections with 47,689 followed by 15-19 yer-olds with 38,359 in 2012.
- 40% of Texas residents said they were tested for HIV in 2010.
- In 2010, the number of black women living with HIV was 12.5 times higher than white women in Texas.
- 35,855 men living with HIV in 2010 contracted the disease through homosexual lifestyle.
In the United States, just about all the people with hepatitis A report having no risk factors according to the CDC so it is better to get annual tests so you can take proper steps to protect yourself and loved ones.