STD Testing in Connecticut
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STD Testing Centers in Connecticut
We work with numerous convenient STD testing locations in Connecticut. We use the same laboratories hospitals and private practices use to provide our patients with quick, accurate results at an affordable price. We conduct STD screening in the following Connecticut cities:
- East Hartford
- East Haven
- East Lyme
- Mansfield Center
- New Britain
- New Haven
- New London
- New Milford
- North Haven
- Old Saybrook
- South Windsor
- West Hartford
- West Haven
- Windsor Locks
STD Statistics in Connecticut
The Connecticut Department of Public Health recommends STD testing for all patients between the ages of 16 and 64, as infections continue to be a significant problem in the state. The infection rates for many common STDs continue to rise throughout the state. The information on STD rates in Connecticut can help you understand your risk:
- HIV infection rate per 100,000 people: 9.7
- Syphilis infection per 100,000 people: 1.6
- Chlamydia infection rate per 100,000 people: 355.8
While the state may have low rates of certain infections, including HIV and syphilis, rates are rising dramatically for other, most notably chlamydia. If you live in Connecticut you may want to consider STD testing to understand your personal risk.