Confidential STD Testing
To ensure your privacy is completely protected, we list all charges as FPK Services on your monthly statement. We think testing for Hepatitis A is important so we made it part of our comprehensive STD test panel. Our testing system has been designed to avoid awkward questions.
The process for getting your money back is as simple as cancelling your testing prior to visiting a testing facility. Don't settle for incomplete STD testing with a testing provider who doesn't offer testing for all of the most common STDs-HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis- the way we do. Our glossary of STD lingo helps you stay current.
For chlamydia and gonorrhea, our highly acclaimed chlamydia-gonorrhea test panel guarantees that you will receive correct results. What sets STDcheck.com apartfrom other Weatherford STD testing services is our advanced technique which allows us to email your test results in 1-2 days instead of weeks. Our FDA-approved syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin) test screens for syphilis in the blood.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections Data for Weatherford, Texas
Yearly reports are published by the health department of Texas and the federal government with data gathered about STDs and HIV in Weatherford. If you are knowledgeable about STDs and how they are spread, you will know how to protect yourself.
- 35,855 men living with HIV in 2010 contracted the disease through homosexual lifestyle.
- As of 2011, there were almost 65,000 people living with HIV in Texas.
- In Texas, Dallas County had the 2nd highest HIV infections with 781 in 2012.
- 33.2% of Texas residents who were diagnosed with HIV in 2010 were diagnosed with AIDS in less than 12 months.
- 20-24 year-old Texans had the highest number of chlamydia infections with 47,689 followed by 15-19 yer-olds with 38,359 in 2012.
Choose not to be another Weatherford statistic. Many STDs have no cure and are, lifelong afflictions. More than a quarter of all Texas adults currently have a sexually transmitted disease.