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You will only need 5 minutes or less for the test. Our 98405 STD testing requires no visit to a doctor's office. Our simplified testing process guarantees 100% that there will be no extra paperwork to complete later.
Our test recommendation tool makes it even simpler to figure out what STD tests to take. Tacoma STD testing doesn't get more convenient than all of our testing centers in the area. Our health specialists can give you a status update for your test results anytime- day or night.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that it is important to test for gonorrhea and chlamydia at the same time and we have put together a panel that tests for both infections at the same time, but you can also test for the infections individually if that is what you want. At STDcheck.com, we use the FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) method to test for syphilis which is considered the "gold standard" in the industry. Testing for STDs in 98405 is not complicated with our most advanced Tacoma STD testing.
Sexually transmitted disease information for: Tacoma, Washington
If you live in Tacoma, you have access to reports published each year by the federal government and health department of Tacoma with data about STD infections and transmissions in the area.
Information is one of the most important components of protecting yourself against STDs.
- There were a total of 2,202 new HIV infections in Washington between 2008 to 2011.
- Washington had a higher percentage of people who received an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months of being diagnosed with HIV than the national average in 2010.
- At the end of 2010, there were 1396 Washingtonians living with an HIV infection.
- Of the male Washingtonians living with HIV in 2010, 5% got the disease from heterosexual contact.
- Among the Washington women living with HIV in 2010, 1,079 reported getting the disease from heterosexual contact.
Sexually transmitted diseases, especially chlamydia have been spiking among women in the United States since 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.