What are the STI test options in Douglasville,GA?
Every year approximately 61,500 people are affected by chlamydia, 20,100 people are affected by gonorrhea, and 1,200 people are affected by syphilis across the state.
Most commonly reported STDs in the state are chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.
Per 100,000 people, the state has 614.6 cases of chlamydia, 201.2 cases of gonorrhea, and 13.2 cases of syphilis. This means that there are approximately 61,500 people affected by chlamydia, 20,100 people affected by gonorrhea, and 1,200 people affected by syphilis across the state of Georgia every year.
Many locations host testing and educational events during the month of April, which is the nationally recognized STD Awareness Month. Free STD testing is advertised but you may being standing in line with someone you know.
Across state statistics Georgia ranks 4th for syphilis cases, 3rd for gonorrhea cases, and 5th for chlamydia cases as reported each year. As per a CDC analysis completed in 2016, if the current rates continue then 1 in every 51 residents will wind up diagnosed with HIV at some point in their life.
You can choose from a variety of clinics in the Douglasville area for testing services. There is a Georgia Department of Public Health on Selman Drive in Douglasville, a Northwest Health District on Jimmy Campbell Parkway in Dallas, and a SisterLove Incorporated on Bakers Ferry Road in Atlanta.
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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.