Online STD Testing Service
If you test positive for certain diseases, our doctors in San Bernardino, California may be able to write prescriptions for the medication you need to get cured. Specialist referrals in San Bernardino, California put you one step closer to being cured if your STD testing comes back positive. We want to make STD testing easy and quick by using STD tests that only require a small blood or urine sample.
Status updates are available 24/7 while you are waiting for your test results. Our test recommendation tool can eliminate any questions you have about what STD tests you need to take. Get the easiest San Bernardino STD testing at any of our conveniently located testing centers.
In the 92404 area, no one gives you quicker STD test results, guaranteed. Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test is the most advanced test for syphilis in the market. If you are looking for a chlamydia and gonorrhea test in San Bernardino, California, we have the test panel that searches for both infections at the same time.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Rate for San Bernardino, California
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases an annual report that includes data and information about the San Bernardino area. Have peace of mind about your sexual health and STD status by testing for STDs frequently.
- 52.6% of men found positive for Syphilis in 2011 also had HIV.
- 48,218 cases of HIV have been reported in California since the start of the epidemic.
- Black females in California are more like to be infected with Chlamydia than black men.
- At the end of 2010, 513 people out of every 100,000 in Los Angeles County were living with HIV.
- Males in California outranked females for reported cases of HIV/AIDS in 2011.
It is a good idea to have an STD test if you engage in any sexual activity. The most commonly transmitted infectious diseases in California and the US include STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV-1, HIV-2, syphilis, oral herpes, and genital herpes. Different STIs require different tests.