Online STD Testing Service
We made sure all of the testing we offer is sensitive enough to detect STDs in a small blood or urine sample to keep our testing method as simple as possible. Get prescription medication for certain conditions from our physicians in Santa Cruz, California. Our physicians help you receive the best possible care by referring you to a healthcare provider if your Santa Cruz, California STD testing comes back positive.
Your personal information is always guarded because we follow all federal and state privacy guidelines, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. We offer many flexible payment methods, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts, to give you plenty of choices when it comes to purchasing your STD test package. We offer the convenience of our online STD testing service with the accuracy of the labs that your local hospitals use to process their tests.
Begin by locating a nearby lab - simply enter your zip code into the text box on our website and get a complete list in a few seconds. Our labs test for conditions not related to STDs so there is no way anyone will know why your visited the center. We built our process to give you the best experience, so order your test with confidence today.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Infections Rate for Santa Cruz, California
Anyone who lives in California is at risk for sexually transmitted diseases if they are sexually active. You will not lose control of your sexual health if you take frequent Santa Cruz STD tests.
- By the end of 2010, 396 of every 100,000 people in Alameda County were positive for HIV.
- By the end of 2010, there were 269 HIV-positive people per 100,000 in Riverside County.
- Men between the ages of 20-24 are more likely to contract gonorrhea than women.
- 363 per 100,000 California residents were living with a positive HIV diagnosis by the end of 2010.
- 35,135 Hispanic/Latino people in California were HIV-positive in 2010.
Many citizens in California do not try to find STD treatment because they feel awkward, but those reasons shouldn't keep them from finding out their STD status. STDs can affect the people of California, no matter their ethnicity, age, or background. More often than not, STDs can be contracted more than once by the same person. It is very common to get an STD in California from a person who does not have the knowledge that they are positive for an STD.