Bridgeton STD Testing
Sexually transmitted diseases are a severe public health concern in the United States. According to the CDC, there were over 2.4 million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis reported in 2018 alone. Bridgeton, Missouri is no exception to this trend, with local government data indicating increased STD rates in recent years.
In 2019, Bridgeton saw an increase in reported cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea, with 201 cases of chlamydia and 38 cases of gonorrhea reported to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Additionally, there were six reported cases of syphilis in the city that year—regular testing for sexually transmitted diseases is necessary for all those who are sexually active.
Priority STD Testing offers private, confidential STD testing for city residents. This testing is vital to identifying and treating sexually transmitted diseases early, preventing them from spreading, and reducing their long-term health consequences. Our testing process is quick and easy; results are typically available within one to three days.
STD Incidence Rates in Bridgeton MO
Chlamydia Cases in Bridgeton County
Gonorrhea Cases in Bridgeton County
Syphilis Cases in Bridgeton County
*Statistics based on newly reported cases by the Missouri Department of Health.
STD Testing FAQs for Bridgeton MO Patients
Do you offer treatment?
Yes! At Priority STD Testing, we offer education and resources to help residents protect themselves from STDs. We offer information about safe sex practices, such as using condoms and offering testing, treatment, and counseling about your results.
Can I switch testing locations?
Absolutely. Your lab order is valid at all collection sites in the state of Missouri without having to update any paperwork. You can use our lab finder for all nearby locations.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Bridgeton MO
Testing for sexually transmitted infections is critical to maintaining public health in Bridgeton. By getting tested and seeking treatment when necessary, residents can help prevent the spread of these diseases and promote a healthier community. Take control of your sexual health with Priority STD Testing!
As Seen In
- “Reportable Sexually Transmitted Diseases by County for 2022.” Missouri Department of Health