What are the STI test options in Cincinnati,OH?
In 2017 Hamilton County reported 6,870 cases of Chlamydia. There were also 3,386 reported cases of Gonorrhea that same year and 246 cases of Syphilis in Hamilton County, which is up approximately 26% in the last year.
HIV cases are also on the rise, according to the Hamilton County Health Department
Cincinnati provides STD testing centers for its citizens, including Planned Parenthood locations on Auburn Avenue, Ferguson Road, and Northland Boulevard. Many private options are available as well, including on Montgomery Road or Kemper Meadow Drive, among others.
There is also a clinic on U.C. campus, where students can take care of all aspects of their health. One thing to note is that parking is at a premium but the city buses do have routes that run by almost every public and private clinic.
These services are available in Cincinnati because of the STD epidemic. Some of these services include free STD testing. Not everyone is eligible and it might take time to receive your results.
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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.