What are the STI test options in Ann Arbor,MI?

The state and Washtenaw County reported 747 cases of HIV, 107 cases of Hepatitis C, 45 cases of Hepatitis B, 112 cases of Hepatitis A, 365 cases of syphilis, 45,936 cases of chlamydia, and 12,450 cases of gonorrhea in 2016.

Michigan law allows for Expedited Partner Therapy (EPT), as well, meaning those that test positive can receive prescriptions from physicians to bring home for their partners.

Combating this issue and keeping STDs on the decline among the population demands attention to safe sex practices, regular testing, and open discussions for all those who are sexually active.

Destigmatizing sexual health and activities, leading to better discussions among partners will continue to be a vital part of managing health and being part of the solution, along with free STD testing. And this is exactly what The STD Project is aiming to accomplish.

From the University of Michigan on South State Street to the Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan on West Stadium Boulevard, there are testing locations scattered throughout Ann Arbor.

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STD Statistics In Washtenaw County, MI



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Statistics reported is based on publicly available data sources such as CDC for Washtenaw County, MI. Data is normalized to accurately report Washtenaw County STD Breakdown.

Additional STD Test Statistics in Ann Arbor, MI

All across the county STD rates are on the rise, and statistics show it’s the same for the city.

STD rates have been rising unchecked is particularly worrisome to health officials. Not only do the statistics indicate that common STDs like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are rising, but incidents of primary and secondary Syphilis are also increasing in young and older men. It is also not uncommon for males diagnosed with Syphilis to also test positive for Gonorrhea, which indicates that the disease rates might actually be higher than suggested.

  • In 2014 there were 1,436 cases of Chlamydia reported in the city and surrounding county.
  • African Americans accounted for 130 of the 260 reported cases of Gonorrhea in 2014.
  • Out of the total 1,116 cases of Syphilis reported in the state 42 incidents occurred in the county during 2014.

STD Testing and Sexual Health Education in Ann Arbor, MI

Like many states across the county, Michigan and the city of Ann Arbor rely on the information provided in the abstinence based programs. While public schools are required to teach medically accurate facts regarding STDs and HIV, much of the information students need to protect themselves from these diseases is excluded from these classes.

Even though students may understand that having sexual intercourse can often lead to unplanned pregnancies and STDs, many are not aware that these diseases can be spread through other methods. Without this important information students and some adults never even know that they could be at risk for contracting a sexually transmitted disease.

The lack of information has also lead to several misconceptions that include the simple mistaken belief that a STD could never happen to them. Even with the sexual education classes promoting abstinence as a way to protect themselves, most students are still at risk.

Since not all STDs are spread through intercourse, abstinence is not an effective preventative method. Not understanding how the diseases are spread also makes it easier to pass the viruses on to other students and residents. As long as this continues health officials expect the city’s STD rates to keep rising.

One way to prevent the spread of certain STDs in schools is regular Herpes testing in Ann Arbor. Regular HIV testing in Ann Arbor is just as important, especially since it is also the only way to positively detect the virus. If everyone understood how important STD testing is for their continued good health, the city would soon be enjoying lower rates of infection.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Demographics in Ann Arbor, MI

The city has an interesting demographical makeup thanks in part to the presence of the state university. The large campus is home to several thousand young adults, many of whom have never been tested for a STD. This resulted in a large numbers of college students who don’t even realize that they might be positive for a sexually transmitted disease.

There is also a large naval base in the city and the constant influx of new sailors from other ports is putting local residents at risk. Many bring STDs unknowingly into the area and have already infected residents before they are tested. Without the resources health officials need to ensure that everyone knows how important regular testing is, there is little they can do to lower the rate of sexually transmitted diseases.

What is perhaps the main cause for the high rate of sexually transmitted diseases is the simply lack of available information. Studies have conclusively shown that the most effective method of slowing the spread of these diseases is to educate students and adults. If residents do not understand the risk that they are in, they will never know how important it is for their health and others to be tested on a regular basis.


Better Sexual Health in Ann Arbor, MI

With so much to see and do in this naval city it is easy to forget that it is also dealing with a high rate of STDs and that regular testing is critical for your continued good health. If you have been putting off testing due to long lines at the neighborhood clinics or you simply don’t want to risk running into a familiar face, you do have another option. It is quick, private and gives you peace of mind knowing that you are being responsible for your sexual health.



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