Confidential STD Testing
You have many options for STD testing in West Hartford, Connecticut thanks to our 4,000 testing centers across the country. You don't have to wait between purchasing your STD test and taking it with our same-day 06107 STD testing. You can have confidence in our testing process - it has been vetted by diagnostic experts.
We support our clients beyond their testing with educational resources such as our glossary of STD terminology. Because you want your money back fast if you have to cancel your testing, we return it with 1-2 days. The testing we provide is the only truly comprehensive STD testing online that doesn't exclude any of the most common STDs: HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis.
Test results, when available, are sent by email to you. Results can be read on your personal computers, tablets or smartphones. You can have confidence in our testing service because we do not report your test results to your health insurance provider or place them on your permanent medical records.
West Hartford, Connecticut Sexually Transmitted Diseases Rate
Annual reports are compiled by the health department of Connecticut and the federal government with data gathered about STDs and HIV in West Hartford. If you are knowledgeable about STDs and how they are transmitted, you will know how to defend yourself.
- There were 3,294 cases of HIV reported living in New Haven County, CT in 2010.
- Almost half of all people living with HIV in Fairfield County, CT at the end of 2010 were black.
- 947 out of every 100,000 Hispanic/Latino people in Connecticut had HIV at the end of 2010.
- 3,825 of new chlamydia cases in 2011 were men.
- The state of Connecticut received $56 million in federal HIV/AIDS grant funding during the 2011 fiscal year.
Different STDs require different tests. The most commonly transmitted infectious diseases in Connecticut and the US include STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV-1, HIV-2, syphilis, oral herpes, and genital herpes. It is best to get screened for STDs if you have recently engaged in sexual activity.