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STD Testing Arlington

Local, convenient and confidential STD testing centers in Arlington, TX

Your health and time are both very valuable. At Arlington, Texas STD Testing we work hard to give you reliable testing that will not take much of your time. From 4,000 testing locations nationwide, to a test that will only take 15-20 minutes of your free time, we have covered the bases to give you a fast and convenient way to test. It is easy to order your test and get started. Just call one of our care counselors at 1-888-211-2365. They will be your guides throughout the whole process, answering questions and getting the proper test ordered. They will also be available, at no cost to you, if you receive a positive test result, to talk to you about your results and a treatment plan that will get you back to your normal lifestyle. All it takes is a blood or urine sample to get tested, and your results are reliable and available in 24-72 hours. Make your health important to you. Call us today for quick and easy testing options in the 76001 zip code.

Texas STD Testing Centers

Our Commitment to Quality

Priority STD Testing is devoted to providing the absolute best experience for our patients. Our STD testing is confidential, accurate, and affordable. We understand that testing can be stressful, so our care counselors are ready to answer any questions and assist in the testing process. All of our tests are FDA approved and only require a quick lab visit. No painful swabbing, no embarrassing clinics, and extremely quick results. Our physicians can even prescribe medication to treat positive results if necessary.

Average rating by patients like you
9.8

Accredited

Texas Incidence Rates

124,882 reported cases of Chlamydia in 2011.
30,930 reported cases of Gonorrhea in 2011.
6,169 reported cases of Syphilis in 2011.
4,446 reported cases of HIV in 2010.

STD News (Blog)

April 10, 2014
April is STD Testing Awareness Month – Why It Matters

  While attitudes related to sex have changed dramatically over the course of recent decades, the risks that come with regular sexual activity have not. That doesn’t mean that all people should see abstinence as the only way forward; it means that normalizing and removing the stigma from STD testing needs to be a top […]

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