Testing for STDs can be a scary and sensitive subject. At Health Testing... more
Testing for STDs can be a scary and sensitive subject. At Health Testing Centers, we make STD Testing in Conyers as discreet and convenient as possible. All test results are confidential and are not part of your medical record unless you choose to share them with your doctor. less
Health Testing Centers have been providing STD Testing in Conyers for 30... more
Health Testing Centers have been providing STD Testing in Conyers for 30 years. To make the decision easy and stress free as possible we offer the assurance of a Money Back Guarantee on STD tests. less
After ordering an STD test, we generate a requisition form to use at the... more
After ordering an STD test, we generate a requisition form to use at the lab. Once your requisition form is entered (usually 15-20 minutes after ordering) you can go to the lab immediately. No appointment is required. less
No physical exams or swabs are used and there is no need to remove your ... more
No physical exams or swabs are used and there is no need to remove your clothing. All STD tests are convenient blood or urine tests. The lab that you visit has all types of patients and laboratory testing being performed. We perform all forms of health testing. So emails nor credit card billing STD in them. less
You do not need an order or a prescription from your doctor. All our ord... more
You do not need an order or a prescription from your doctor. All our orders include everything you need to have the test performed. After ordering, simply bring the requisition form to a LabCorp location close to you. Present that form and they will collect the proper specimen for your tests. There is no additional payment to the LabCorp or Quest facility you visit. We receive the results and send them directly to you. less
Health Testing Centers offers discreet, convenient, affordable STD testing in Conyers that will allow you to confirm your diagnosis and seek treatment from the health care provider of your choice. You will not have to make an embarrassing disclosure to a physician, although you will need to contact your sexual partners to let them know they've been exposed and should get tested too.
Public health officials say that fifty percent of all sexually active individuals will have contracted at least one sexually transmitted disease (STD) by the time they are in their twenties. Though STDs are relatively easy to treat and, in most cases, curable, many people are often embarrassed to seek treatment. Left untreated, STDs can have serious health consequences that can jeopardize your wellbeing dramatically over the course of your lifetime.
Sexually transmitted diseases is an umbrella term for a group of infectious conditions that are spread through sexual contact. These infectious conditions include Herpes, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Hepatitis and HIV /Aids:
STD Testing Panel Level l includes the following tests:
HIV, Hepatitis B, Herpes Simplex Virus (I/II, IgG), Syphilis Health Testing Centers offers a urine test that can confirm the presence of the organisms that cause Chlamydia and gonorrhea. Chlamydia is the most common of all STDs. In 2012, well over one million cases of Chlamydia were diagnosed and treated, but public health officials believe the real incidence of Chlamydia is closer to four million cases every year. One out of five women with untreated Chlamydia will not be able to conceive a child due to pelvic inflammatory disease.
Any abnormal STD test results should be discussed with a healthcare provider so that you can receive appropriate treatment and learn the proper ways to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Any recent sexual partners should also be notified so they can be tested as well.
In Conyers, GA STDs have been a growing public health concern. In recent years Conyers, GA has ranked highly in terms the growth of new cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea. Because most sufferers feel no symptoms, this dangerous condition often goes untreated. As a direct result, an estimated 10 to 20 percent of those women with Chlamydia later develop pelvic inflammatory disease which can result in pain, ectopic pregnancy and infertility. What's more, a woman can pass chlamydia onto her baby during the birth process. The rate of exposure to Herpes in Conyers, GA is worth noting as numbers continue to grow with women having a dramatically increased risk of exposure. HSV-1 and HSV-2 are the two most common forms forms of the disease. HSV-2 is characterized by blisters on the genitals. HIV-AIDS infection is far less frequent in Conyers, GA but remains a public health priority. Most often, AIDS occurs in people who are involved in same sex partnerships, primarily male. Though cures are on the horizon, AIDS can be fatal.
|Community STD Statistics:||Conyers|
|2011 Herpes Cases||2387|
|2011 AIDS Diagnoses||1|
|Hepatitis A, B, & C Acute Cases|
Notes: Sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1998 CDC Report "HIV prevention through STD testing and treatment of other sexually transmitted diseases - MMWR 47(RR-12)," National Center for Health Statistics, Division of Vital Statistics. Estimates are based on 2010 US Census data extrapolated to the population.