Utah STD Test Centers
Place your order online or by phone at 1-800-456-2323, anytime and anywhere. All positive results (except HSV-1) include a free phone doctor consultation. Order our 10-test panel STD testing package right now and get speedy guaranteed test results in 1-2 days. Our test sites just ask for a blood or urine sample so there is no preparation needed. We do not give our customers a physical examination to test for common STDs.
Multiple payment options make it easy to get your own testing package. We vow to protect your personal information by using our secure payment process. If you are positively diagnosed, our physician can refer you to a specialist in your area to help you find quality care. Our counselors are available around the clock to answer your STD testing questions at 1-800-456-2323. Your results are sent}delivered in a straightforward format.
All of our testing processes have been audited by medical testing experts to assure quality and safety. At our Utah STD testing sites, 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 get a refund within 48 hours. Test results that have been confirmed will be emailed to you so you can view them on your mobile phone, computer and/or tablet. There is no other STD testing provider that is quicker than STDcheck.com.
Facts about STDs in Utah
Getting STD testing in Utah is a easy process and can be completed in about 5 minutes. People living in Utah have higher chances of contracting or spreading gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and other STDs if they do not use protection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STDs are a dangerous problem and the only way to know that you are free of STDs is to use protection and get tested regularly for STDs.
- The rate of black men living with HIV in Utah is 6.5 times that of white men as of 2010.
- Utah ranked 35th in the nation for syphilis by population in 2010.
- The rate of black women living with HIV in Utah is 54 times that of white females as of 2010.
- The age group with the highest prevalence of HIV infections in Utah in 2010 were the 45 to 54 year olds.
- Utah received almost $1.7 million from the CDC for HIV/AIDS funding.
The best way to stop the spread of STDs is to arm yourself with the facts. The health department of Utah calculates facts every year about how sexually transmitted infections and STD testing affect its citizens. Every age group in Utah are at risk for STDs. Most STDs can infect the same person many times. Over half of 18 to 44 year olds in Utah have never tested for an STD other than HIV/AIDS.