Rapid Private STD testing Centers
Our comprehensive STD testing panel includes Hepatitis A, unlike our competitors, making ours truly all-inclusive. Your secret is guarded when you test with us, we will not ask awkward questions. Because your privacy is important to us, your charges will show up as FPK Services on your monthly statement.
Get an explanation of the lingo used to explain STD testing in the glossary of terminology on our website. Our Sewell STD testing is the only truly comprehensive online service that includes ALL of the most often spread STDs, including HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis. Refunds are available for anyone who must cancel their testing prior to visiting our test centers.
All clients are emailed as soon as their test results become available. We do not inform your health insurance provider of your test results nor do we place them on your permanent medical records. Check your email 1-2 days after your test for your results.
STD Rate for Sewell, New Jersey
The federal government gathers data about STDs and the HIV epidemic and infection rates all over the country and in the state of New Jersey in particular. Being informed is the #1 way to start defending yourself against the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
- 62% of women living with HIV/AIDS are currently 20-49 years old.
- In 2012, 74% of New Jersey children living with HIV/AIDS were Black.
- 229 primary and secondary syphilis infections were reported in New Jersey in 2012.
- 6,231 men were diagnosed with chlamydia in New Jersey in 2011.
- Males in the state of New Jersey have accounted for 773 cases of new syphilis infections in 2011.
Some STDs only require skin to skin contact to be transmitted. It is estimated that half of everyone in New Jersey will eventually catch an sexually transmitted disease. STDs are a threat to the long-term health of the population of New Jersey. While abstinence is the most effective way to slow the transmission of STDs, condoms and dental dams are viable choices. Preventing sexually transmitted diseases in New Jersey starts with education and protection.