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Fountainbleau, Florida

Fontainebleau, Florida is located within the county of Miami-Dade. It covers only 4.5 square miles with 2.43% of that area being water. As of 2010, there were 23,181 people living within it. Fountainbleau, FL is not considered to be a city but rather a CDP (census-designated place). Therefore, much statistical data is based on the county, and not specifically Fontainebleau.

It is interesting to note that the population has been decreasing since 2000. However, there are many corporations, such as Lennar, that have their headquarters there.  As with other areas within the state, Fontainebleau has been dealing with an increase in sexually transmitted infections. Efforts are continuously being made to create awareness and provide adequate resources to those with infections.

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STD Statistics In Miami Dade County, FL

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

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As of 2015, Miami-Dade County ranked 27th in the counties and independent cities reporting STI cases. Within the state, Miami-Dade County ranks as one of the counties with the most reported cases. With a population of 1,815,137, the county has reported 8,048 cases of Chlamydia, 2,356 cases of Gonorrhea, and 265 cases of Syphilis. On average, there are 15 new STI cases reported a day. The age demographic most impacted are those aged 20-25.

In 2015, there were 25,457 individuals living with HIV in Miami-Dade County. 73% of the people were men, while 27% were women. 43% of the individuals were Black, non-Hispanics, 44% were Hispanic, and 11% were White, non-Hispanic. Within 2015, there were 1,343 new cases diagnosed. Out of these new cases, 80% were male and over half were Hispanic. Within that year, 315 people died from HIV within the county.

The number of Chlamydia cases in men as increased in the Miami area by almost a thousand cases per year since 2009. In 2013, there were 10,287 cases reported within the county. Miami-Dade County was one of three Florida counties that made the national surveillance list for STI’s.

Gonorrhea has not seen as great an increase as Chlamydia. Numbers have remained high, but steady. In 2013, there were 20,818 cases reported within the state. Men were more impacted than women by almost 2000 cases. Within the Miami area, there were 5,881 cases reported. Within the county, there were 2,391 cases.

There were 2,740 Syphilis cases reported in 2013. The number of cases reported has increased by a few hundred each year since 2009. Florida ranked 4th out of all the states for the number of P&S Syphilis cases reported.

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STD Testing and Sexual Education in Fountainbleau, FL

In 1981, President Reagan signed legislation that gave funding to abstinence only education within the school systems across the country. One of those programs known as Title V is still implemented in many areas of Florida, despite showing repeated failure to properly and effectively educate Florida’s students. There have been continued efforts by members of both the educational and judicial systems within Florida to steer away from an abstinence only curriculum.

Students are not required to take health education to graduate. If they do take some form of health education they will not necessarily learn about HIV/AIDS or STI’s and how to prevent them. Standards for high school students say they must learn how to respect others and themselves, but they are not required to learn about STI’s or how to prevent them. In fact, across the board Florida is behind other states when it comes to including curriculum on STI’s and HIV/AIDS as well as teen pregnancy.

Free condoms are available at the Jean Sheehan Planned Parenthood which is located within Miami. There are also free condoms available at the locations operated by Family Health of Florida. There are two locations in Miami and one in Florida City.

Project U-Turn, which is located in Miami, is an awareness program that is geared toward educating teens about the risk of HIV/AIDS. Through various workshops and activities, Project U-Turn seeks to reduce teen pregnancy and the number of HIV/AIDS in the Miami-Dade area. They do this by inspiring young individuals to have a positive outlook on their lives.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Demographics in Fountainbleau, FL

There does not seem to be any correlation between the poverty level and the number of STI’s and HIV/AIDS cases reported. According to data from 2015, Black, non-Hispanics are the demographic most impacted by HIV. Black, non-Hispanic males are 2.6 more times likely to be infected than White, Non-Hispanic males. Black, non-Hispanic females are 13.0 more times likely to be infected than White, non-Hispanic females. However, they fall below both White, non-Hispanics, Hispanics, and Asians when it comes to the poverty level.

While males are more impacted than females by STD’ and AIDS/HIV, their salaries are greater than females. The average male makes $53,296 a year while females only make $34,929 a year. Females aged 35-44 are the greatest age demographic living in poverty followed by females aged 25-34. Therefore, there does not seem to be any correlation between the number of males impacted by STI’s and HIV/AIDS and the poverty level of that gender demographic.

There could possibly be a correlation between the number of male graduates and the amount of reported male STI and HIV/AIDS cases. In 2015, there were 244 male graduates. This was in comparison to 657 female graduates. There could also be a correlation between the amount of Black, non-Hispanic graduates and the amount of Black, non-Hispanics infected with STI’s and HIV/AIDS. In the same year, there were 8.95 times less Black, non-Hispanics when compared to the leading ethnic group.

STI Testing Resources in Fountainbleau, FL

There is a Planned Parenthood located in Miami. Individuals are encouraged to make an appointment online. This Planned Parenthood accepts a wide variety of insurances- all of which are listed on their website. They test for bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, genital warts, gonorrhea, herpes, HIV, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.

They test for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia using urine samples. They suggest not urinating an hour before your test. Most of their STI tests also require a genital exam. Rapid HIV testing can be done by swabbing the inside of the patient’s mouth and with results in as little as 20 minutes. They offer counseling for those whose tests come back positive. They also provide STI and safe sex education.

The Florida Health Department provides three locations for STI testing. They also provide free condoms, counseling and contraception guidance. Fees are based on income and residency. During their first visit, patients are asked to bring in proof of income. They also accept Medicaid and commercial insurance.

Miami STD Testing offers confidential STD testing in the Miami area. They have trained sexual health counselors available. The tests they offer are recommended by the CDC and have a 98% accuracy rate. Their testing panels provide patients with the most comprehensive testing at a lower rate than testing for individual infections. Testing usually takes between 15-30 minutes.

Test Miami is an inclusive resource for a variety of STI and HIV/AIDS needs. Funded partially by the Florida Department of Health, their services include a portable testing center that travels throughout the area. They also offer free condoms and offer a list of locations where condoms can be purchased. On their website, they offer a list of resources including where to find aid to cover the cost of HIV medication. They also provide a list of other providers that help with testing and counseling.

The Little Haiti center in Miami operates to aid in the control and prevention of STI’s. Through their center they try to educate at risk individuals about STI’s in the hopes of reducing the risk of transmission. They also help diagnose and treat patients infected with an STI and/or HIV/AIDS. They also provide counseling for those infected.

Better Sexual Health in Fountainbleau, FL

Fontainebleau has adequate resources, testing, and treatment for the available to its population. While there has been an increase in STI’s throughout the state this does not seem to be from a lack of information provided both in an academic and medical setting. While there is no Planned Parenthood within the boundaries of Fontainebleau, there is a center in Miami. Demographics and statistics suggest that African Americans are most likely to contract an STI. It could be argued that this is a result of the percentage of white students that graduate as opposed to students of other ethnicities. Regardless of the statistics, the best way to prevent STI’s is to either remain abstinent or practice safe sex with your partner. Fontainebleau also provides several online resources that help educate about STI’s. One of which is: http://www.floridahealth.gov/diseases-and-conditions/sexually-transmitted-diseases/std-statistics/index.html

As always, if you believe you have contracted an STI, please search out a testing center and seek treatment.

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