Testing with STDcheck.com protects your test results from being placed on your permanent medical record. We abide by all local and federal guidelines, such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule, so your information stays private. You won’t have to look far to find one of our conveniently located test centers around you. We offer fast STD testing in Tennessee with guaranteed results. Our customers leave happy with the service we offer.

With our secure payment processing, your personal information will be protected. Straightforward, easy to understand results avoid confusion about your STD status. Our Tennessee STD testing centers have counselors available 24/7 to answer all your questions at 1-800-456-2323. We make it our mission to refer you to appropriate specialty healthcare providers nearby if you receive a positive result. Acceptable payment options include credit and debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo.

All of our testing processes have been audited by medical testing experts to assure quality and safety. At our Tennessee STD testing locations, there will be no paperwork to complete and no personal questions to answer. If you need a refund, simply contact us before visiting our testing centers to cancel and have your money back within 48 hours. There is no online STD testing service faster than STDcheck.com. Your confirmed test results will be delivered to you so you can see them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet.

STDs in Tennessee- Get the facts.

Being aware of your STD status is important and the best way to do it is to get tested. Rates of STD transmission in Tennessee continues to grow annually, according to the federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Tennessee Department of Health. Get to know the Tennessee STD facts.

  • Tennessee ranked 14th in 2010 for syphilis infection.
  • 1,411 Tennessee men living with HIV in 2010 got the disease from male-to-female sexual contact.
  • Tennessee ranked 17th for gonorrhea infections in the U.S. in 2010.
  • Among Tennessee men living with HIV, 7.9% got the disease from IV drug use.
  • There were are almost 15 black women living with HIV in Tennessee for every white woman living with HIV.

Different tests search for different types of STDs. Engaging in sexual intercourse is a reason to get tested for STDs. Less than half of adults age 18 to 44 in Tennessee have tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS. People in Tennessee can contract STDs, regardless of race or age. Getting screened for STDs in Tennessee can prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.