Vermont STD Testing
Our STD testing in Vermont is completely discreet with speedy results in 1-2 days. We follow all local and federal privacy regulations, including the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Our test locations are conveniently located near you. STDcheck.com guarantees 100% satisfaction. We protect your privacy by not putting any of your test results on your permanent medical record.
Our specialists are able to prescribe medication when necessary. With over 4,000 STD testing sites nationwide, we have many centers in Vermont. A doctor oversees every step of the screening process for your safety, from the sample to the result. Reviews and testimonials from real customers are available for you to read. You do not need a doctor’s appointment to test for STDs with us.
Once you have taken your test you can view your discreet results on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. You can be in and out of the testing center in about 15 minutes. Each test only takes about less than 5 minutes . If you change your mind about testing prior to visiting our testing center, we’ll refund your money within 24-48 hours. All Vermont STD tests we offer are FDA-approved and all of our locations are CLIA-certified. Our testing process has been cross-checked by medical diagnostic experts to ensure quality.
STD Data for Vermont
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD transmission rates in Vermont is on the rise. Everyone is susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases in Vermont. It is also imperative to get the facts about sexually transmitted infections. Getting screened today for sexually transmitted diseases is one way to know your status.
- Almost 73% of Vermont living with HIV at the end of 2010 got the disease from male-to-male sexual contact.
- The HIV infection rate among 25-34 year old Vermont residents in 2010 was 58 per 100,000.
- 107 people aged 55 or older were living with HIV in Vermont in 2010.
- There was a total of 439 Vermont residents living with HIV in 2010.
- The Vermont HIV rate for men in 2010 was 138 per 100,000.
Some STDs, such as Hepatitis A and B, have preventative vaccines. Each year, the state of Vermont collects STI testing data. 1 out of 4 Vermont young adults are known to have an STD. One easy way to protect yourself is to use condoms or dental dams. People who are not aware of their disease often spread STDs throughout Vermont.