Local Private STD Testing
If you test positive for STDs, our physicians can refer you to specialists in San Antonio, Texas for treatment. All of our STD tests require only a small blood or urine sample. Our physicians are authorized to prescribe medication in San Antonio, Texas, so you can get quick treatment for gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Our simple test process is always performed under the supervision of a licensed doctor. Our labs have all the STD tests that hospitals and doctor's offices do. The blog we maintain is one of the many resources we make available beyond testing to help you take control your sexual health.
As the recognized leader in online STD testing in 78217, we have designed the most sophisticated yet, very easy to use San Antonio STD testing. Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test is the best in the industry - we use the "gold-standard" technique to test for the disease. With our system, testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea takes no time at all - the chlamydia and gonorrhea test panel searches for both infections at the same time without the need to test for them individually, though we can test you for each infection separately if that is what you decide.
San Antonio, Texas Sexually Transmitted Diseases Data
The Texas health department and the federal government accumulate facts and figures about STD infections and transmission methods in San Antonio every single year. Don't ignore the facts about STDs- get informed.
- In 2010, Texas ranked 11 out of all 50 states in chlamydia infections.
- 33.2% of Texas residents who were diagnosed with HIV in 2010 were diagnosed with AIDS in less than 12 months.
- In 2010, Texas had a higher syphilis infection rate that was higher than the national average of 4.5 cases per 100,000 residents.
- In Texas, 8,214 people contracted HIV from intravenous drug use in 2010.
- 20-24 year-old Texans had the highest number of chlamydia infections with 47,689 followed by 15-19 year-olds with 38,359 in 2012.
Our STD testing locations all over the country can get you in and out in 5 minutes or less so there is really no reason for not getting tested today.