STD Testing in Cincinnati, OH
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Cincinnati STD Testing Centers
Cincinnati's private testing facilities provide diagnostic testing for a variety of conditions, so other patients won't know the reason for your visit. Your test results will be kept private, and will be available to you quickly--usually in 3 business days or less.
2616 Legends WaySuite BCrestview Hills, KY 41017Hours: MON-FRI 8:00AM-5:00PM
7235 Beechmont AvenueCincinnati, OH 45230Hours: MON-FRI 7:00AM-3:00PM LUNCH 11:30PM - 12:30PM
2475 W Galbraith RoadSuite BCincinnati, OH 45239Hours: MON-FRI 7:30AM -4:30PM CLOSED LUNCH NOON-1:00PM SAT 8:00AM-NOON
8250 Kenwood Crossing WaySte 227Cincinnati, OH 45236Hours: MON-FRI 8:00am-3:00pm CLOSED LUNCH NOON-1:00PM
STD Statistics in Cincinnati, OH
STD rates in Cincinnati and the greater Hamilton County area have been on the rise in the past few years. The most commonly reported STD in the region is chlamydia. In 2010, there were a total of 6,376 cases of chlamydia reported in the city. In 2015, there were a total of 6,411 cases of chlamydia reported.3 Gonorrhea cases have been decreasing in that time. In 2010, there were a total of 2,864 cases of gonorrhea reported in the area. In 2015, there were a total of 2,678 cases of gonorrhea reported.4 Throughout all of the United States, syphilis rates have been increasing. In Cincinnati, the number of cases have been actually decreasing. In 2010, there were a total of 241 cases of syphilis reported. In 2014, there were a total of 117 cases of syphilis reported.5
In 2014, there were a total of 148 people in Hamilton County who were newly diagnosed with HIV. Men were more likely to be diagnosed with HIV accounting for 86% of all cases reported in the region. The largest at-risk group for HIV in the area were black people, who accounted for 52% of all cases reported. The most common mode of transmission was in men who have sex with men (MSM), which accounted for 68% of all cases reported. HIV was most commonly reported in patients between the ages of 20 and 29.6 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend screening for HIV at least once for all people between the ages of 13 and 64.7
STDs and Sexual Education in Cincinnati, OH
The state of Ohio does not require that schools teach a sexual health curriculum. Instead, the board of education for each localized school district, such as the school district in Cincinnati, must establish a set health education curriculum for any school under their control. All health education course must include a section on STD prevention education that focuses on abstinence as the fully effective protection from unintended pregnancy, STDs and HIV/AIDS. Schools must stress that students should abstain from sexual activity until after marriage, teach students about the risks of engaging in sexual activity before marriage and advise students about all state laws regarding consent and criminal sexual activity. Schools are not required to notify parents or guardians before health education courses begin, however upon the written request of a parent, a student may opt-out of any health education courses.8, 9
In Cincinnati, high school aged people who are sexually active account for a large number of reported STD cases. People between the age of 15 and 19 are the second largest group to report chlamydia and gonorrhea in Ohio.3, 4 The CDC recommends that all women under the age of 25 be tested regularly for chlamydia. Additionally, it suggests that all women with multiple partners, regardless of age, should also be tested.5
STDs and Demographics in Cincinnati, OH
Chlamydia is the most commonly reported STD in Cincinnati. In 2015, there were a total of 6,411 cases of chlamydia reported in the city. Women are more likely to be diagnosed with a chlamydia infection than men in Cincinnati. Women account for 72% of all chlamydia cases reported. Chlamydia was most commonly reported in people between the ages of 15 and 24.3 Gonorrhea reports have decreased over the past few years in Cincinnati. In 2015, there were a total of 2,678 cases of gonorrhea reported in the city. Women and men each accounted for 50% of all cases reported. The largest at-risk group for gonorrhea was the black community which accounted for 52% of all cases reported. Gonorrhea was most commonly reported in people between the ages of 15 and 29.4
In Cincinnati, the number of syphilis cases has decreased over the years. In 2015, there were a total of 117 cases of syphilis reported in the city. Men accounted for 86.3% of reported cases of syphilis. Syphilis most commonly appeared in men who have sex with other men (MSM). Syphilis was most commonly reported in people over the age of 25.5 The CDC recommends screenings at least once a year for syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea for all sexually active gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. They further recommend annual testing for any women who may be below the age of 25 or engage in unsafe sex or sex with multiple partners.7
Your Best Cincinnati, OH STD Testing Option
Cincinnati offers its residents and visitors many options for STD treatment and testing. If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to an STD in Ohio, getting tested is simple, affordable and confidential with STDTestExpress.com. To get started, answer a few brief medical questions to receive a personal test recommendation from our doctors. From there, you can pick a lab to visit from our vast network of locations throughout your area. If available in your area, In-Home Collection even allows you to be tested at home, work or another convenient location. For both options, your results are usually available within 3 business days or less. Our medical staff is available to answer any questions you have and prescription services are available if allowed by state law. It is just that simple to go and get tested today.
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