Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
Having a nationwide network of doctors who can write prescriptions in Sumter, South Carolina means we can provide the fastest STD treatment possible. We don't like complicated STD testing, so we made sure all of our tests can detect STDs with a simple blood or urine test. Get targeted STD treatment and care from a healthcare provider that our doctors refer you to if your Sumter, South Carolina STD testing comes back positive.
Using our test recommendation tool, you can answer a few quick questions about your sexual health and get a suggestion for STD testing that suits your needs. With testing locations all over Sumter, we have one conveniently near you. If you want a status update while you're waiting for your STD test results, simply call one of our health specialists any time.
All results are available on smartphones, tablets and personal computers.. STDcheck.com will send by email the results to you once they become available. Your confidentiality is very necessary so we will not report your STD test results to your health insurance provider or place them on your permanent records.
Sumter, South Carolina Sexually Transmitted Infections Rate
Take charge of your sexual health by taking STD tests often. Sexually transmitted diseases are the most common communicable diseases in the US and are the subject of a yearly report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on infection numbers and other statistics.
- At the end of 2010, there were 457 HIV-positive Hispanic/Latino South Carolina residents.
- There were 3,882 South Carolina residents between the ages of 35 and 44 with HIV in 2010.
- 84% of women with HIV in South Carolina as of 2010 got the disease from heterosexual contact.
- 680 white South Carolina residents contracted HIV between 2008 and 2011.
- Between 2008 and 2011, 311 South Carolina residents aged 55 and up contracted HIV.
Use condoms and dental dams and get tested in Sumter frequently for the best sexual health routine possible. Studies show that 25% or more of South Carolina adults have an STD but don't know it.