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STD Testing Marietta GA

Fast, convenient, and reliable STD testing for Marietta GA residents

Marietta GA STD Testing

A recent report by the Georgia Department of Public Health revealed some alarming rates for the Peach State. Overall, Georgia ranked in the top ten for three common sexually transmitted diseases: syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. Specifically, Georgia ranked 4th for primary and secondary syphilis, 10th for congenital syphilis, 9th for gonorrhea, and 6th for chlamydia. These rankings include 1,489 cases of primary and secondary syphilis, 23 cases of congenital syphilis, 22,667 cases of gonorrhea, and 65,104 cases of chlamydia.

With these numbers showing no signs of slowing, it is more important than ever that Marietta GA residents seek out reliable STD testing services when appropriate. Remember, as many STDs often cause no visible symptoms, it is impossible to self-diagnose a sexually transmitted disease. Rather, the only way to know for sure if you’ve contracted an STD is to get tested. With Priority STD Testing, you can order the test you need online, stop by one of our local testing facilities when it’s convenient for you, and have results in as little as 24-72 hours. No appointments and no long waiting required. In fact, most patients are in and out of our facilities in under a half hour.

Medically reviewed by Hilary Davidson, Medical Writer
Reviewed on September 20, 2021

STD Incidence Rates in Georgia

1,489

primary and secondary syphilis cases in Georgia

23

congenital syphilis cases in Georgia

22,667

gonorrhea cases in Georgia

65,104

chlamydia cases in Georgia

*Statistics based on newly reported cases by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

STD Testing FAQs for Marietta Patients

How accurate are my test results?

Every one of Priority STD Testing’s STD tests is FDA approved and tests are processed in CLIA certified labs to ensure the highest level of accuracy. Before STD testing, Marietta residents should note each STD’s latency period just to ensure that you’re not testing too soon after contracting as doing so may produce inaccurate STD test results.

Can I switch testing sites?

Yes, once you place your order, it is valid at any Georgia facility. If you wish to visit one of our out-of-state STD testing centers, just give us a call and we’ll switch it over for you.

For more frequently asked questions, visit our FAQs page

Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Marietta GA?

Marietta residents shouldn’t be expected to clear their schedules, drive across town, and spend all afternoon in a crowded waiting room for a simple STD test. And with Priority STD Testing, they don’t have to. Simply order the test(s) you need online, stop by our Marietta testing facility (790 Church St NW) or any other facility at your convenience and be on your way. We’ll then send your sample to our CLIA-certified labs for processing and you’ll have comprehensive results in as little as 24-72 hours. Questions? Our care counselors are standing by to assist or to put you in touch with trusted physicians should you need further assistance.

Excellent customer service and convenience
I scheduled and tested on the same day. I received my results a day later and could not be happier with the overall experience. My satisfaction speaks volumes for the convenience of everything and I would choose to use Priority STD Testing in the future.
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Easy to schedule, reasonably priced, fast results. I will use this service again!

STD Testing Labs in Marieta GA

Sources

  1. “Data & Statistics.” Georgia Department of Public Health. Accessed September 21, 2021. https://dph.georgia.gov/STDs/data-statistics.
  2. “Sexually Transmitted Disease SURVEILLANCE, 2019.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, July 29, 2021. https://www.cdc.gov/std/statistics/2019/default.htm.
  3. “Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Sexually Transmitted Infections.” Cobb & Douglas Public Health, August 1, 2019. https://www.cobbanddouglaspublichealth.com/services/adult-health-services/sexually-transmitted-diseases-sexually-transmitted-infections/.