Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
No need to worry about being asked awkward questions when you test with us. No other online STD testing provider includes Hepatitis A in a comprehensive 10-test panel. To safeguard your privacy, your charges will show up as FPK Services.
Keep your private information under lock and key with our testing service, which complies with all federal and state privacy mandates, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Take your tests at one of our labs, which are the same ones used by area hospitals. Enjoy easy checkout with any of the payment options we accept- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts.
We provide a healthcare consumer-friendly experience and we built our system to treat you courteously, just like we will like to be treated when we visit. Our labs test for many diseases and others in the lab will not know why you are there. Enter your zip code on our website to search for locations in your neighborhood.
STD Infections Data for Springfield, Massachusetts
The first step you should take to defend yourself against STDs is arming yourself with knowledge. If you want statistics about STDs in Springfield, there are reports put together by the federal government and the Massachusetts department of health.
- In 2011, women had an estimated rate of 12 HIV infections per 100,000 Massachusetts residents.
- In 2011, Hispanics had an estimated rate of 64.5 HIV infections per 100,000 people living in Massachusetts.
- In 2011, men accounted for 33.9 HIV infections per 100,000 persons residing in Massachusetts.
- In 2011, 21% of all HIV/AIDS infections occurred through Injection Drug Use and 14% through heterosexual sex.
- CDC reports chlamydia rate of 271.4 for men and 33 per women per 100,000 population in 2010.
Millions of Americans contract a sexually transmitted disease every year. Don't put the lives of you and everyone you have sex with in jeopardy- get tested today. 50% of adults in Massachusetts will get}be infected with an STD in their lifetime.