What are the STI test options in Appleton,WI?
There are currently 100 people living with HIV in Outagamie County, and in 2016 only 5 people were diagnosed with the disease in Appleton. The people most at risk of contracting HIV in Appleton are white males.
On the other hand, it is reported that the number of Chlamydia cases in Appleton has more than doubled during the last ten years. This data suggests that whilst HIV rates are low in Appleton residents are still at risk of being infected with STDs, particularly Chlamydia.
To maintain low HIV rates and stop the spread of Chlamydia in Appleton, health officials strongly suggest all sexually active residents take regular STD tests.
Health officials in Outagamie County and Appleton are combating the increasing frequency of Chlamydia in the area by implementing and promoting STD education programs. Officials hope these initiatives will help maintain the low rates of HIV in the city and stop Chlamydia becoming even more common.
Health officials are adamant that sexually active residents in Appleton should seek regular STD testing. If you feel you may need to get tested there are a number of public testing centers in the Appleton area that you can consider such as AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin Incorporated, and Winnebago County Health Department.
It is common for public clinics to offer free STD testing, although this is never a certainty. Additionally, even if clinics do offer free testing walk-in appointments may not be available.
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- Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.