A full 8 Test Panel or individual STD tests*
4,000 labs. Visits usually take 15 minutes at the lab
Review test results online usually in 3 business days or less*
About STD Testing Manchester
STD Testing Manchester tests for the 8 most common STDs. Our service is fast, accurate, and convenient. We provide STD testing at over 1,800 locations nationwide. Results are usually available in 3 Business Days or less and a phone consult is included if you test positive. Your lab test results will not appear on your primary medical records or insurance record with your explicit permission.
The tests we offer are the same tests hospitals and doctors use. We work with LabCorp and Quest, the nation's largest and most respected national diagnostic laboratories. All tests offered are FDA-approved or CLIA certified and are the most sophisticated tests available in Manchester for sexually-transmitted infection screening.
STD Testing Manchester makes it easy with a simple process. With over 1,800 locations nationwide, we have one near you. STD tests are now fast, private, and embarrassment free. Call today to schedule an appointment.
This locations is currently closed. Please see the nearby testing centers below or call to find the location nearest you.
STD Testings Centers Near 03104
101 Riverway Place
195 McGregor Street
14 Tsienneto Road
6 Tsienneto Road
New Hampshire and Manchester STD Incidence Rates
One of the best tools to fight the increase of STDs is data, so get smart about STD in Manchester, New Hampshire. Yearly, the CDC and the New Hampshire health department collect info and facts on STIs in your area. Fast facts about Manchester and / or New Hampshire:
- The number of reported occurrences of HIV in New Hampshire in 2008: 46 (a 16% decrease)
- HIV rate per 100,000 people: 4.6
- The number of reported cases of Chlamydia in New Hampshire in 2008: 2109
- Chlamydia rate per 100,000 people: 160.3
- The number of reported cases of Syphilis in New Hampshire in 2008: 20
- Syphilis rate per 100,000 people: 3.1
As you can see, STDs are a growing concern in Manchester, New Hampshire and across the United States. Protect yourself by using safe sex practices.