Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
If you need treatment for STDs in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, our doctors may be able to prescribe medication for your condition. If your test results are positive, you may get a referral to a specialist in Wilkesboro, North Carolina to being your STD treatment. At our STD testing centers, you'll give a quick blood or urine sample and get results quickly.
Take advantage of any of the easy payment options we offer: credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts. Test at the same labs that nearby hospitals send their tests to for processing. Be sure that your private information stays protected with our service, which adheres to the HIPAA Privacy Rule and all other federal mandates.
Your test results can be read on your smartphones, tablets or PCs. We dispatch your results by email as soon as they are ready. Your test results are not reported to your health insurance provider placed on your permanent records.
STD Infections Rate for Wilkesboro, North Carolina
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) releases a yearly report with infection rates and other STD information for the Wilkesboro area. If you do not test for STDs, you cannot be certain whether you have a sexually transmitted diseases.
- In a 2010 Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 45.3% of North Carolina residents aged 18-64 reported testing for HIV during their lifetime.
- Durham County had 1,438 HIV-positive residents in 2010, the 3rd highest in North Carolina.
- North Carolina participates in 4 sterile syringe exchange programs as of 2011.
- There have been a total of 54,819 cases of new chlamydia infections in 2011 reported for the state of North Carolina.
- Edgecombe County's 637 HIV-positive residents per 100,000 people was the highest rate in North Carolina in 2010.
Testing is the best way to slow the spread of STDs in Wilkesboro. More than 1 out of every 2 North Carolina adults aged 18 to 44 years old have have never taken an STD test for anything other than HIV/AIDS. Different sexually transmitted diseases need different medications.