Low-Cost STD testing Centers
If your West Haven STD test results are positive, you will have the option of receiving a specialist referral. We don't utilize any STD testing that needs anything more complicated than a small blood or urine sample. By having a nationwide panel of physicians with prescription writing authority, we can to offer the fastest STD diagnosis and treatment in all of West Haven and the whole state of Connecticut.
The glossary of sexually transmitted disease terminology helps you keep up with STD lingo. We do not leave out any of the most recurrent STDs from the STD test packages that we offer, so you'll be tested for HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, oral and genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis. If you cancel your testing before stopping by one of our testing locations, we will refund your money within 1-2 days.
Our test centers test for many conditions so do not worry about others knowing what you are testing for - they will never know. We use our facilities also and have created a system that treats you just like we want to be treated. Entering your zip code into a search box on our website will give you a complete list of all centers in your area.
West Haven, Connecticut STD Morbidity Data
Being informed is the #1 way to start defending yourself against the transmission of STDs. The federal government accumulates data about STDs and the HIV epidemic and infection rates all over the country and in the state of Connecticut in particular.
- At the end of 2010, 1,211 black people in New Haven County, CT were living with HIV.
- There were 195 people living with HIV in Litchfield County, CT as of 2010.
- In 2010, almost 42% of HIV-positive women in Connecticut got the disease from intravenous drug use.
- Among HIV-positive women in Connecticut, almost 56% got it from heterosexual contact in 2010.
- At the end of 2010, there were 3,531 black people in Connecticut with HIV.
Get tested for STDs often to slow the transmission of STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis. Some STDs, such as HIV, herpes, and hepatitis, are lifelong. Half of Connecticut adults will have a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime.