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STD Testing Jacksonville NC

Priority STD Testing offers fast, reliable, and confidential testing in Jacksonville and throughout North Carolina.

Jacksonville NC STD Testing

The 2019 North Carolina STD Surveillance Report released by the Centers for Disease Control revealed that Onslow had one of the highest STD rates in North Carolina from 2015 to 2019. In that time, chlamydia cases rose from 787.6 cases per 100,000 to 1,207.4 cases per 100,000 and gonorrhea rates rose from 116.5 in 2015 to 265.2. As these rates continue to climb in Jacksonville and throughout North Carolina, the importance of local STD testing cannot be understated.

Fortunately, Jacksonville residents have a solution: Priority STD Testing. As most sexually transmitted diseases display no symptoms, STD testing is the only way to know for sure if you’ve contracted an STD and if you might be putting sexual partners at risk. With Priority STD Testing, simply order the test(s) you need from our online platform, then stop by our Jacksonville STD testing center at 200 Doctors Dr. or whichever testing center you prefer (we have locations throughout North Carolina and across the country). Testing takes just minutes and you’ll have your complete results typically in as little as 24-72 hours.

Medically reviewed by Amy Cyr, MD
Reviewed on June 12, 2022

STD Incidence Rates in Jacksonville NC

2,390

Chlamydia cases in Onslow County

525

Gonorrhea cases in Onslow County

27

Syphilis cases in Onslow County

*Statistics based on newly reported cases by the North Carolina STD Surveillance Report.

STD Testing FAQs for Jacksonville NC Patients

Does the Jacksonville location accept walk-ins?

Yes in the sense that you do not need to make an appointment to have your STD tests administered at the Jacksonville site (or any Priority STD Testing center for that matter). However, you will need to purchase your test(s) in advance from our site in order to get tested.

Do I need to fast before getting tested?

No, our STD tests do not require fasting. However, if you’re testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis, you’ll want to refrain from urinating for at least an hour prior to your visit. But you are free to eat and drink as you please without restrictions.

For more frequently asked questions, visit our FAQs page.

 

Verified STD testing provider by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 12/01/2020.
Recognized member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) since 2015.
Named best STD test provider by Healthline on 03/24/2021.

Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Jacksonville NC

At Priority STD Testing, we aim to provide Jacksonville residents and North Carolina residents with the most affordable, convenient, and reliable STD testing services on the market. Our STD ests are FDA approved and all STD tests are administered in CLIA-certified laboratories. We want to give you the most conclusive results we can without the hassle or the wait. Simply order your STD tests and stop in when it’s convenient for you.

Very helpful
I interacted with three different individuals, two over the phone and one in person. Each of them were kind, professional, and knowledgeable which was very appreciated as I was anxious about having to get tested. The process of getting tested was fast and they were even able to get started with me before the set time. I am very satisfied with my experience.
Can’t say enough good things
Can’t say enough good things. The whole process was seamless. I wanted to get tested ASAP and wanted the results as soon as possible as well and that’s exactly what I got. I found the Priority STD testing website, paid for my test, and got tested all in the same hour. Results were quick and I’m at peace of mind knowing I had nothing to worry about. Luke was emailing me every step of the way keeping me updated on the process. I would definitely recommend!
Very efficient
Very efficient, kind, and fast. My results were ready in less than 21 hours.

STD Testing Labs in Jacksonville NC

Sources

  1. “2019 North Carolina STD Surveillance Report.” North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Division of Public Health, n.d. https://epi.dph.ncdhhs.gov/cd/stds/figures/std19rpt.pdf.