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Boulder, Colorado

When you are looking at the grandeur of Flagstaff Mountain or the stark beauty of the Flatirons it’s hard to believe that Boulder, Colorado has a high annual rate of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Hepatitis B, C, Herpes and HIV infections, and not nearly enough STD clinics to treat all of its residents. You can find a few free STD testing centers in Boulder, CO that are open to the public, but these are not a convenient option for many residents. Distance and long lines can make it difficult for people to find the time to be tested, and now they don’t have to since they can schedule private STD testing. It only takes one phone call and 15 to 20 minutes of your time at a local lab to take care of your sexual health.

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Surrounded by scenic mountains it is an outdoor lover’s paradise, and this doesn’t seem to fit with the area’s rising STD rate. Over the last twenty years statistics released by the Colorado Department of Health show that the number of sexually transmitted diseases has been climbing at a steady rate, and very little is being done to stop it.

Gonorrhea and Chlamydia rates have skyrocketed in the last few years, and the number of Syphilis cases is also starting to rise. The area is seeing a decrease in the number of reported cases of HIV/AIDS, and in 2014 there were only 5 new diagnoses. This is an all-time low for the city since the AIDS epidemic first began in the 1980’s.

While falling HIV rates are a good sign, it is quickly cancelled out by the growing number of reported cases of infectious Syphilis. Unlike Chlamydia and Gonorrhea that typically affects teens and young adults, Syphilis is turning up more often in older residents. Statistics also show that Hepatitis incidents are on the rise, especially in African American males.

African Americans and Hispanics make up the largest percentage of positive STD diagnoses, even though both ethnic groups are in the minority. This is true for all of the STDs, except HIV where the largest percent of new cases occurred in Caucasian males.

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In 2012 there were a couple of complaints by local mothers about the sexual education programs in the local schools and the invited presenters. Since the state only requires public schools to teach medically accurate information about HIV, the rest of the curriculum is left up to the individual districts. Not only has this left large gaps in the amount and quality of information that students get, it has also resulted in some confusion on who is teaching the classes.

The concerns over the presenters are becoming more common, especially since the STD rates in the area are now some of the highest in the state. Many of the presenters for the sex ed. classes have strong religious affiliations that are causing the information to be biased. Not only are parents concerned that this is violating federal mandates that state “religion and education in public schools must be separate”, but also that the information being taught is incorrect according to medical standards. This is leaving students ill-equipped to deal with the dangers and responsibilities that come with being sexually active.

Not only do teens not know how to protect themselves from the various STDs, it is also putting other residents at risk. Regular HIV testing in Boulder is one of the most important things anyone can do to protect their health, and it is also one of the easiest. With regular Herpes testing in Boulder students could finally see their risk for contracting the virus start to decrease. It only takes a few minutes of your time to get tested, and it could be the most important thing you do today.

Peace of mind is just a click awayDon’t wait any longer than necessary to find out the status of your sexual health. If your test results are positive, seeking treatment sooner can make all the difference.

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