Rapid Confidential STD testing Centers
STDcheck.com guarantees results from our CLIA-certified testing locations nationwide. Our competitive prices mean you get the biggest value for your STD testing in 85711. We know that it is difficult deciding to test for STDs so we have simplified the testing process for you.
All of our testing facilities in the area are designed to make Tucson STD testing as convenient as possible. We've tried to make STD testing as easy as possible with our test recommendation tool for those who aren't sure what STD tests they should take. Get updated on the status of your test results day or night with one phone call to our health specialists.
Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) syphilis test is the best in the industry - we use the "gold-standard" technique to test for the disease. As the recognized leader in online STD testing in 85711, we have designed the most advanced yet, very easy to use Tucson STD testing. With our system, testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea is a breeze - the chlamydia and gonorrhea test panel looks for both infections at the same time without the need to test for them individually, though we can test you for each infection separately if that is what you decide.
Tucson, Arizona Sexually Transmitted Infections Information
Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discloses statistics about STDs in Tucson. Frequent STD testing is the best way to stay STD-free.
- For every 100,000 15-19 year-olds, 1,918.8 were infected with chlamydia in 2011
- 9,098 cases of chlamydia were reported among 10-19 year-olds in 2011
- Between 2010 and 2011, chlamydia infections rose 9% in Arizona
- Chlamydia is the most common STD in Maricopa county.
- Adults aged from 45 and 54 are more likely to contract hepatitis C than any other age group.
Some STIs are incurable, life-long afflictions. Different infections can only be detected by certain tests. People living in Arizona face a real threat with the increasing transmission of STDs. Don't delay any further, get your STD test now. Many STDs are asymptomatic. In Arizona, one quarter of all young adults do not know that they have an STD.