Washington STD Testing
Our lab technicians only use a small blood or urine sample to conduct the test, so there will be no physical exam. Our STD comprehensive 10-test panel covers the 10 most common STDs. We offer two convenient ordering methods: on the web or by phone at 1-800-456-2323. If you get a positive result (excluding HSV-1), you will get to ask a doctor questions and possibly discuss your treatment options with a complimentary phone consultation. No preparation or fasting is required to take any of our STD tests.
You can read reviews from real customers on our website anytime. we want to make sure that, if appropriate, you are able to receive medication through our specialists who have the authority to write prescriptions in your state. Purchase your test panel now and test same-day or whenever you want. No appointment is needed when testing with STDcheck.com. Your privacy is important to us. Testing is monitored by a specialist, from beginning to end.
We have over 4,000 CLIA-certified test sites with many Washington STD testing locations. We will refund your money within 24-48 hours if you decide not to go through with testing and cancel prior to visiting one of our locations. Each of the STD tests we offer are speedy and easy. STDcheck.com can guarantee the quality of our testing because medical diagnostic experts have reviewed them. Test results will be sent to you through email and you can view them on your computer, tablet or mobile phone.
Washington: Sexually Transmitted Disease Information
Everyone is vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases in Washington. It is also imperative to get the facts about sexually transmitted infections. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD transmission rates in Washington is on the rise. Getting screened today for sexually transmitted diseases is a way to know your status.
- Pierce County had the third-highest rate of HIV diagnoses in Washington with 148 infections in 2010.
- 1,984 Washingtonians aged 55 and up were HIV-positive in 2010.
- 355 Washington women living with HIV reported getting the disease from IV drug use.
- Between 2008 and 2011, Washingtonians aged 55 and up were affected by 208 new HIV infections.
- From 2008-2011, there were 661 HIV infections among Washingtonians aged 25 to 34.
Many STDs can be spread by simple skin to skin contact. The health department of Washington collects statewide data regarding STDs and STD tests every year. The best way to be certain if you have an STD is to be tested frequently. Some STDs can progress without symptoms. It is estimated that 1 of every 4 young adults in Washington have an STD and may not know it.