Convenient STD Testing
Get prescription medication for certain conditions from our doctors in Tampa, Florida. Our physicians help you receive the best possible care by referring you to a specialist if your Tampa, Florida STD testing comes back positive. We made sure all of the testing we offer is accurate enough to detect STDs in a small blood or urine sample to keep our testing method as simple as possible.
By following the HIPAA Privacy Rule and any other federal and state privacy mandates, we are ensuring that your personal information remains secure. Every one of the payment methods we accept are meant to provide you with convenient ways to pay, including credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. When you choose to take an STD test with us, you are electing to avoid the doctor's office or hospital and go straight to the lab where they send their tests to be processed.
STDcheck.com guarantees never to report your test results to your health insurance company or place them on your permanent medical records. Since we dispatch your test results to you by email, you alone will have access to them. Your PCs, smartphones and tablets can download and access your test results with ease.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Infections Rate for Tampa, Florida
Sexually transmitted disease infection and transmission rates in Florida keep rising as more and more residents get infected. Periodic Tampa STD testing gives you the keys to maintaining control of your sexual health.
- Florida's estimated HIV-related death rate was more than double the national average in 2010.
- Duval County had the fourth highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- Miami-Dade County had the highest number of HIV infection in 2012 in Florida.
- Hillsborough County had the second highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- In 2012, women aged 20-24 accounted for more than 3,509 gonorrhea infections in Florida.
Statistically, half of all people in America will contract an STD in their lifetime. Some people currently have an STD and are unaware of it.