Fast Confidential STD testing Centers
If you test positive for an STD, our doctors in Weatherford, Texas may be able to provide a specialist referral so you can begin treatment. If you are positive for an STD in Weatherford, Texas, our physiciansmay be able to help by prescribing medication. Our tests use a small blood or urine sample, so you don't have to waste time taking a physical.
Our adherence to federal privacy mandates, such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule, allows us to keep your personal information private. Any time you purchase any of our STD testing packages, you can choose from many payment options, including credit or debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. The hospitals in your area process their tests at the same test centers that we use, so you know your results will be reliable.
We created our system with you in mind as a healthcare consumer. To find a center close to your location, enter your zip code on our website and get your answer in a few seconds. Our labs test for so many conditions that have nothing to do with STDs so you have nothing to worry about, no one will know why you are there.
STD Information for Weatherford, Texas
Don't take your sexual well being lightly by ignoring the truth about STDs and HIV. Every single year, the health department of Texas and the federal government collect and publishes data about STD and HIV and their spread in Weatherford.
- In 2010, 9.3% of men living with HIV contracted the disease from heterosexual sex.
- 29,948 men were diagnosed with chlamydia infections in Texas in 2012.
- 7,071 syphilis infections were diagnosed in Texas in 2012.
- Black women living in Texas were 12.5 times more likely to be living with HIV than white women in 2010.
- In 2010, Texas' chlamydia infection rate exceeded the national average of 426 cases per 100,000 residents.
Sexually transmitted infections like chlamydia and gonorrhea are easily treated by physicians with antibiotics but can be very damaging if left untreated.