Unlike other Texas STD test sites, we offer only FDA-approved / cleared comprehensive 10-test panel STD tests. Ordering online is quick and easy or can be done by phone at 1-800-456-2323. When you test with STDcheck.com, you won’t do a physical exam. A complimentary consultation with a doctor by phone is included with every positive result (except oral herpes). No fasting is required for any of our STD tests.

Call our trained counselors at 1-800-456-2323 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to get answers if you need them. At STDcheck.com, we provide our customers with secure payment processing and easy payment methods for your testing with your credit or debit card, health savings account, e-check, PayPal, or a prepaid gift card with the Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express logo. Our doctors can refer you to a proper specialist in your area if you get a positive result for some STDs. Straightforward results mean everything is easy to understand as soon as you receive them.

STDcheck.com makes viewing your test results effortless by allowing your results to be viewed on your mobile phone, tablet or personal computer. All of our tests have been reviewed for quality assurance by medical testing specialists. No embarrassing questions to answer and no paperwork to fill out. If you decide to cancel your testing, contact us before visiting our test site to receive a refund within 1-2 days. Our STD tests require a small blood or urine sample, make the tests fast and painless. Texas STD testing makes testing easy and simple.

STD facts for Texas

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the rate of STDs in Texas is on the rise. Getting tested today for STDs is one way to know your status. It is also absolutely necessary to get the facts about sexually transmitted infections. Both men and women are vulnerable to STDs in Texas.

  • 20-24 year-old Texans had the highest number of chlamydia infections with 47,689 followed by 15-19 year-olds with 38,359 in 2012.
  • In Texas, 33% of newly diagnosed HIV infections resulted in AIDS diagnosis within 12 months in 2010.
  • Texas had 2,394 inmates in state or federal prisons in 2010 with HIV/AIDS.
  • In 2010, Texas ranked 12 out of 50 states in gonorrhea infections.
  • In 2010, the number of Texans between the ages of 18 and 64 who received HIV tests were less than the national average.

Getting tested for STDs is the only way to be sure that you do not have an STD. Getting infected with an STD once does not keep you from getting it again. STDs threaten the immediate and long-term health of the residents of Texas. In Texas and the US, STDs are among the most common infectious diseases.