Low-Cost STD testing Centers
Our nationwide network of over 4,000 testing sites includes many locations in the Waterford, Michigan area. Our trained diagnostic experts have analyzed and thoroughly vetted our testing process. Test the same day you order your testing package at any of our 48328 testing centers.
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Sexually Transmitted Infections Morbidity Data for Waterford, Michigan
Put your sexual well being first by equipping yourself with the facts about STDs and their spread. Thanks to the federal government and the Michigan department of health, data is available about Waterford STD infection rates.
- Michigan ranked 20th out of the 50 states in 2011 for new HIV diagnoses.
- In 2012, Michigan reported 12,770 cases of gonorrhea infections.
- Through October 2012, 4,317 or 16% of all HIV infections in Michigan was the result of injection drug use.
- Injection drug was the 2nd highest source of HIV infection in Michigan in 2010.
- Reported cases of syphilis and chlamydia have been steadily increasing in Michigan since 2006.
STDs are a threat to the long-term health of the people of Michigan. While abstinence from sexual intercourse is the surest way to prevent the transmission of STDs, condoms and dental dams are viable choices. Preventing sexually transmitted infections in Michigan often begins with education and protection. Some STDs only need skin to skin contact to be transmitted. It is estimated that about 1/2 of everyone in Michigan will eventually contract an sexually transmitted infection.