Local Private STD Testing
Getting treatment for an STD in Walnut Creek, California is as easy as possible when you get a referral to a specialist from one of our doctors. Our physicians are licensed and authorized to write prescriptions in Walnut Creek, California. You're in and out of our testing centers quickly because you only have to give a small blood or urine sample
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 make the decision to take an STD test with us, you are electing to skip the doctor's office or hospital and go directly to the lab where they send their tests to be processed. By following the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal and state privacy guidelines, we are ensuring that your personal information remains private.
When it comes to STD testing in the Walnut Creek area, no other testing service does it better. With our sophisticated technique, we test for STDs quickly and give you results in 24-48 hours. The CDC advises testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea together so we created a test panel that does exactly that so you know you are STD free. Our FDA-approved Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test for syphilis is the industry standard.
Walnut Creek, California STI Rate
The Walnut Creek area is included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s annual report on the communicability of STDs. If you are unsure of your STD status, taking an STD test is the only way to find out what it is.
- Young women from the ages of 15-19 living in the state of California are the second-most likely to contract chlamydia.
- 14,062 HIV-positive women were living in California 2012.
- Men between the ages of 20-24 are more likely to contract gonorrhea than women.
- By the end of 2010, 201 out of 100,000 people in Fresno County had HIV.
- By the end of 2010, 363 out of every 100,000 people in California were living with HIV.
Preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in California often begins with education and protection. It is estimated that about 1/2 of all residents in California will eventually have an STD. While abstinence is the surest way to curtail the transmission of STDs, condoms and dental dams are viable options. Some STDs only require skin to skin contact to be transmitted. STDs are a threat to the long-term health of the population of California.