Rapid Confidential STD testing Centers
You won't be poked or prodded when you screen for STDs with us because we only need a small blood or urine sample to screen for STDs. If you test positive for an STD, our physicians in San Jose, California are available to refer you to a specialist. If you test positive for chlamydia or gonorrhea, our doctors in San Jose, California can prescribe medication to treat you.
You cannot get easier San Jose STD testing than our conveniently located testing centers. Whenever you want an update on the status of your test results, you are able to call and get it from one of our health specialists. Finding out what STD tests to take doesn't get any easier than using our test recommendation tool.
We guarantee that your test results will be dispatched by email to you in 24-48 hours. PC, tablets and smartphones can easily download and read your test results. We promise never to report your results to your health insurance company or place it on your permanent medical records.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Data for San Jose, California
Information is one of the most crucial components of protecting yourself against STDs. If you live in San Jose, you have access to reports published annually by the federal government and health department of San Jose with data about STD infections and transmissions in the area.
- At the end of 2010, Kings County had 177 HIV-positive people for every 100,000.
- 1,712 males had latent syphilis in 2011.
- 51,554 known cases of Chlamydia were found in men in 2011.
- At the end of 2010, 513 people out of every 100,000 in Los Angeles County were living with HIV.
- 352 out of every 100,000 of Native Americans living in California in 2010 were HIV-positive.
Many STDs can be cured, but some cannot. Numerous STDs advance without symptoms. Some, but not all, sexually transmitted infections can be cured. Enlightening yourself and learning your STD status is the first step in preventing the growth of diseases in California. California residents often don't seek treatment for STDs because they are embarrassed.