Unlike other Wisconsin STD test sites, we offer nothing but FDA-approved / cleared complete 10-test panel STD tests. No fasting is necessary for any of our STD tests. Ordering online is takes just a few clicks or can be done by phone at 1-800-456-2323. A complimentary consultation with a doctor by phone is included with every positive result (except Herpes-1). When you test with STDcheck.com, you do not need a physical exam.

Get in touch with our counselors at 1-800-456-2323 if you have any questions about the STD testing we offer in Wisconsin. After you receive test results, it is imperative to us that you get a referral to a specialist close to you, if found positive. You can rest easy using our secure payment processing. Simple to read results deliver your STD status in a straightforward format. We streamline the payment process by accepting credit, debit, health savings accounts, e-checks, PayPal, and prepaid gift cards that feature the Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo.

All charges on your credit card statement are billed as FPK Services because your privacy is our highest priority. STDcheck.com can help you decide what STD test(s) to take with our online test recommendation tool. We are proud to provide informative facts about STDs, which you can find in the STD Basics page of our website. Our labs never}will not require additional paperwork and you will not get asked embarrassing questions by our technicians. Use our weekly blog, Exposed, to stay up on current STD topics and issues. For most states, we offer STD testing for 16-17 year olds without parental consent.

STD Information for Wisconsin

Getting Wisconsin STD testing is the best decision you can make right now. Here are a few facts you need to know about Wisconsin STD transmission rates. Every year, the Wisconsin health department and the United States government put together STD related information, including rate of transmission and ways to prevent their spread. Staying healthy and free from sexually transmitted infections is necessary.

  • The rate of people living with HIV in Wisconsin in 2010 was 106.5 per 100,000 people.
  • Wisconsin had a rate of 410.9 chlamydia infections for every 100,000 residents in 2010.
  • Wisconsin ranked 43rd in the US for the 2010 rate of people living with HIV per 100,000.
  • Wisconsin ranked 24th for gonorrhea infections by population in 2010.
  • 589 of the 5,047 people living with HIV in Wisconsin as of 2010 were Hispanic/Latin.

STDs are a huge threat to the immediate and long-term health of the residents of Wisconsin. There is no single test that can detect every STD. It is a possibility for people with STDs to have no visible symptoms. All types of people are affected by STDs in Wisconsin. Prophylactics such as condoms and dental dams do defend against most, but not all, STDs. It is estimated that 1 out of 2 people in Wisconsin will catch an STD eventually.