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You can choose to test at any of our conveniently located test locations throughout Westerville. Our health specialists are available for you to speak with any time, day or night to get a status update about your STD test results. Our online test recommender allows you to answer a few questions and get an individualized test suggestion.
Our FDA-approved syphilis Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) test searches for syphilis in the blood and confirms it in 24-48 hours. Testing for the two commonest STDs in United States, chlamydia and gonorrhea is fast with our test panel which tests for both infections at the same time. STDcheck.com has the most advanced Westerville STD testing provided by any test specialist.
STD Data for Westerville, Ohio
STD tests should be part of every sexually active person's health routine. Rates of infection are just one of the types of data that is collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about Westerville each year.
- In 2012, Black females aged 15-24, made up 1% of Ohio population but reported 25% of chlamydia infections, 7 times higher than other races.
- In 2010, the rate of Hispanic women living with an HIV diagnosis in Ohio was 6 times that of white women.
- 379 cases of syphilis infections were reported in 2012 by females in Ohio.
- 25-29 year olds reported the 2nd highest number of syphilis diagnosis in Ohio in 2012 with 201 infections.
- 73% of all chlamydia infections in Ohio in 2012 were females.
In the United States, almost all the people with hepatitis A report having no risk factors according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) so it is better to get yearly tests so you can take proper steps to protect yourself and loved ones.