What are the STI test options in Everett,WA?

According to the Snohomish Health District, approximately 1 out of every 4 sexually active individuals will wind up with a sexually transmitted disease during their lifetime. Between 2011 and 2016 the rates in Snohomish County saw incredible increases among the three most commonly reported STDs: chlamydia increased by 40%, syphilis increased by 112%, and gonorrhea increased by 243%.

Public health officials and non-profit sexual health organizations recommend regular testing on a schedule of every three to six months as part of a regular health care routine and open, honest discussion with intimate partners.

Outreach efforts from local organizations include concerts, fundraising events, testing services, free condoms, free oral sex barriers, partner counseling services, and PrEP availability for those at risk of HIV exposure. Along with these and other services that include free STD testing some groups, including the Washington Information Network 211, provide educational presentations for populations at higher risk of STD exposure and infection.

Many locations offer testing services in and around the Everett area. Locations include the Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands on 32nd Street, the Snohomish Health District on Rucker Avenue, and the Pacific Treatment Alternatives on Pacific Avenue.

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STD Statistics In Snohomish County, WA



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

Additional STD Test Statistics in Everett, WA

Larger cities have their own special problems. With a greater influx of migrations of new citizens from other countries and a constant flow of visitors, health statistics become a focal point of health departments. It isn’t because Everett is unique or targeted for scrutiny, but simply because of its size and the trends and patterns in how diseases are spread that this action is taken.

All health care providers who offer testing for STDs are diligent in forwarding the results and demographic information to local health departments, who in turn remit the data to the CDC. This is done so there is a record of the infection rates for monitoring the status of the problem. The reports generated help in determining what percentage of the population are affected, whether rates are rising or falling and the characteristics of the people who are most frequently diagnosed. This ensures that all clients can get their testing with the confidence that their information is protected and that they will remain anonymous.

  • Chlamydia- 384.0
  • Gonorrhea- 78.1
  • Syphilis (all stages)- 16.3

STD Testing Everett, WA

The data for the last five years shows that there has been a steady rise in the cases of Syphilis, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. It suggests that the problem, although not the worst in the nation, is significant and is heading towards epidemic proportions.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Demographics in Everett, WA

STD testing in this region is influenced by the large number of people migrating to the area. Everett is close to Seattle which is a hub for immigrant processing. This means that people from other countries are coming and going at a fairly constant rate. Some choose to reside in the area for brief periods, and others for longer. Not all people who live in the area have had education about maintaining sexual health or safe sex practices. In addition, many do not know that the city has high STD rates or that they are at risk themselves. Although STD testing clinics exist and there are also programs that offer free or reduced rates for testing, not everyone is aware that they are available. Those with no healthcare coverage and little financial backing may not know that there is help available for them. This makes it more difficult to get an accurate assessment of actual STD rates in the area because of the constantly changing demographics. Health department officials believe that the actual infection rates are higher than the recorded rates because not all people who are at high risk have been tested.

STD Testing and Sexual Health Education in Everett, WA

The government has taken proactive measures in an attempt to improve the sexual health of this city and the nation as a whole. Educational campaigns to distribute literature, provide public service announcements and sponsored educational forums are currently underway. Sex education classes in public schools give students useful information about the dangers of unprotected sex and how to observe safe sex practices.

STD Clinic Information in Everett, WA

Women who participate in prenatal health care programs with their health care providers are routinely screened for STD infection. This has helped to lessen the number of babies who are affected with these diseases at birth. STD testing for others is done on a strictly voluntary basis and until more people who are at risk are assessed, the problem of rising rates is apt to become worse.

Better Sexual Health in Everett, WA

Anyone who has had unprotected sexual contact is technically at risk. The risk is low in monogamous relationships with two healthy people. Certain factors increase the risk dramatically. If you’re unsure about your partner’s faithfulness or health, if you have sex with multiple partners or if you have unusual symptoms you are in a category for high risk and should get tested. Ordering the testing is fast and it is easy to do. After ordering, you’re almost finished with the process. The final step is to make a quick visit to a local lab. It should take no more than fifteen to twenty minutes at the lab. When you are done with this part, your test will be processed shortly and your results will be on their way. Testing for STDs is private and confidential and if you can’t afford the full fees or lack health insurance coverage, there are centers that offer reduced rates or free services upon meeting income guidelines.


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