Local Same-Day STD Testing
Get specific STD treatment and care from a healthcare provider that our doctors refer you to if your Spokane, Washington STD testing comes back positive. Having a nationwide network of doctors who can write prescriptions in Spokane, Washington means we can offer the fastest STD treatment possible. We don't like complicated STD testing, so we ensure that all of our tests can detect STDs with a simple blood or urine test.
Visit our blog, Exposed, for posts about what's going on in the world of STD testing and therapy. Take physician- managed STD tests at your convenience at any of our labs. Don't choose between privacy and the hospital-grade STD tests that give reliable results- get both with our online STD testing service.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises taking the test for chlamydia and gonorrhea together and we have the test panel that allows you to test for both infections. In 99207, we have the most advanced, yet very easy to use Spokane STD testing. Take our FDA-approved / cleared syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) test today and know that you are syphilis free.
Spokane, Washington Sexually Transmitted Diseases Morbidity Data
Take control of your sexual wellbeing by educating yourself about sexually transmitted diseases now. Every year, reports are published by the federal government and the health department of Washington with data about STD and HIV infections and transmission categories in Spokane.
- Black Washingtonians suffered 360 new HIV infections from 2008-2011.
- 355 Washington women living with HIV reported getting the disease from IV drug use.
- Washington ranked 37th out of 50 states by population for gonorrhea in 2010.
- White Washingtonians accounted for 7,288 people living with HIV in 2010.
- 7,157 cases of HIV among men in Washington were contracted through male-to-male sexual contact.
Some STDs, such as HIV, herpes, and hepatitis, are incurable. Get tested for STDs regularly to slow the spread of STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis. 50% of Washington adults will have a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime.