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 Casper 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 Casper for 30 ... more
Health Testing Centers have been providing STD Testing in Casper 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
At Health Testing Centers in Casper , we completely understand that you may have concerns about STD testing. This is why we make the process as discreet as possible, allowing you to obtain the answers you need without embarrassment.
If you believe that you may have a sexually transmitted disease, it's important to know that STDs are actually quite common. You are certainly not alone. It's estimated that more than half of all people will contract a sexually transmitted disease at some point in their lifetime. While diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis, herpes, syphilis and HIV are far too common, the consequences can be serious, so you should be tested as quickly as possible if you believe you may have been exposed. Many STDs are asymptomatic. You may not even know you were exposed until after a sexual encounter takes place, and you may not even know what specific STD you were exposed to.
We offer convenient STD panels, Level I and Level II that test for multiple STDs. These panels are a convenient way to test if you have engaged in high risk behaviors even once and are not sure which type of sexually transmitted disease you may have been exposed to. There are also tests available for specific STDs.
The best way to avoid contracting an STD is to refrain from high-risk activity that could cause you to come into contact with the blood or body fluid of an infected person. Maintaining a monogamous relationship with an uninfected person and the use of condoms can dramatically decrease the chances of contracting an STD. If you have engaged in sexual activity with someone who might be infected, it is important to be tested as soon as possible to avoid further complications from an untreated STD. If you test positive, it is recommended that you contact any recent partners who may also have become infected.
Human Immune Deficiency Virus that could leads AIDS in future. It is very important as soon as you worried about the possibility of exposing HIV. There may be several reasons for HIV infection like having several sex partners, unprotected sex with someone who is already infected or could be HIV positive, having injected drugs, taking any form of steroid and use the previously used needle. The HIV infected person can live long life but timely inspection and blood test can provide proper treatment and medications. There are several types of HIV infections and respectively their tests are also available. You can consult with your physician before going for any kind of assessment of HIV.
Bacterial infection which affects neck of the womb which is also known as cervix womb lining, fallopian tubes and pelvis in women called as chlamydia. It is sexually transmitted disease which required proper care treatment is required and if it get left untreated it could lead to pelvic infection resulted infertility. This is most common disease and can be found in 8 out of 10 persons around the world. There is no obvious symptom to get noticed about this disease. Anyone who is socially active is at risk of chlamydia. This blood test is carried out to check sexually transmitted infection (STI) and this test is recommends to women who are 24 years old or younger than this age, all women who is has symptoms of cervical infections.
Blood test for herpes simplex is to the determine herpes infection. It helps to doctors identified the types of herpes infection as there are two types of herpes simplex one is herpes simplex virus HSV-1 which is mild type of herpes simplex virus infection which infect mouth and lips resulted cold sore and fever blister and another type of herpes simplex virus HSV-2 which is the main cause of genital herpes. Symptoms of genital herpes can be seen in one to two weeks after the sexual exposure to the virus, tingling sensation in the affected areas. 40% men and 70% women are the develop flu-like symptoms during initial stage of genital herpes infection
Syphilis is sexually transmitted infection (STI). The painless ulcer is on genital part of human body is the symptoms of syphilis. This is skin transmitted disease which can be passed from pregnant mother to her unborn baby. Though it is common disease and curable as well but when it becomes worse person can face serious complication and event it may possible death as well caused of this infection. Doctors carried out STI blood test to determine the bacterium Treponema pallidum which is the main cause of syphilis. If you see any kind of infection on your penis or vagina you should go for the doctors immediately to as preventive action toward the possibility of syphilis
Hepatitis C is very dangerous liver disease which may cost the life of suffered one. World Health Organization has special programs to remove the hepatitis c in humans. This is called silent killer as it most of the peoples do not understand that they are infected from hepatitis c. It is curable disease the infection of this disease left the chronic or life time infection. Now a day doctors carried out the blood test for one-time only and in this test they check genetic type of hepatitis C which is also known as genotype. To protect our liver from hepatitis C virus the blood test is the best medical tool used by most of the doctors and physicians.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STD's) remain a critical problem both nationally and in Casper, WY. Without proper treatment, they can lead to cardiac and neurological problems, organ damage, ectopic pregnancies, mental illness and even death. In addition, they have staggering economic costs that number in the billions of dollars. The data show two other interesting trends in Casper, WY. Consistent with the national average, women are significantly more likely to be diagnosed with herpes for reasons that still remain unclear to public health officials. Cases of HIV-AIDS in Casper, by contrast, show a markedly higher rate of this STD among men. This could be due, at least in part, to the fact that males tend to engage more frequently in high risk behaviors such as intravenous drug use. Of particular concern to WY health officials is the rapid increase in Chlamydia cases in Casper. Rates of infection are particularly high in young women between the ages of 15 and 19, and the consequences can be life-changing.
|Community STD Statistics:||Casper|
|2011 Herpes Cases||8801|
|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.