What are the STI test options in Gainesville,FL?
There were 2,237 cases of Chlamydia in Alachua County in 2016 and 596 cases of Gonorrhea. Additionally, Florida ranked as the third worst state in the country in regards to new HIV cases. It’s also estimated that a teenager is infected with an STD every 8 seconds.
The city and county health departments recommend regular testing.
Gainesville provides some public STD testing centers to its citizens, like Planned Parenthood on 13th Street and other public locations. There are private testing centers available as well, including on 23rd Avenue, Fletcher Drive, and more.
The university and community colleges also offer testing and counseling to students. Free STD testing might also be available through you will need to show college i.d. if you are using one of the campus’ clinics. All this is in an increased effort to stop the continuing spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
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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.