Fast Confidential STD testing Centers
Our 4,000 nationwide locations make West Hartford, Connecticut STD testing simple and convenient. Get your testing from our local centers today knowing that our process has been thoroughly analyzed for accurate test results. The same-day STD testing we offer at our many centers around 06119 is the best testing on the market.
If you cancel your testing prior to stopping by any of our testing locations, we will refund your money within 1-2 days. We do not leave out any of the most recurrent STDs from the STD testing that we offer, so you'll be screened for HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis. The glossary of STD terminology helps you keep up with STD lingo.
We don't give your results to your health insurance provider or place them on your permanent medical records. Your PCs, tablets and smartphones can easily read your test results. Rely on us to keep your test results confidential by emailing it only to the address you give us.
West Hartford, Connecticut STD Information
When it comes to protecting yourself against STDs, the first step is to get informed. Facts and figures are compiled and reports are published about STD and HIV infection rates and transmission categories in the West Hartford area every single year.
- There were 122 people living with HIV in Tolland County, CT in 2010.
- 1,071 known cases were reported of men with gonorrhea in 2011
- The number of HIV cases in CT resulting an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months was higher than the national average.
- Connecticut ranked 26th out of 50 states for gonorrhea infections in 2010.
- At the end of 2010, almost 39% of all new HIV diagnoses in CT resulted in an AIDS diagnosis within 12 months.
Regardless of the type of sex you engage in, getting tested is vital to maintaining your sexual health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) projects that 1 in 2 Americans will get infected with an STD at some point in their life and as many as 1 out of 4 will be unaware of it. The residents of Connecticut are not exempt from the dangers of contracting an STD.