What are the STI test options in Green Bay,WI?
Wisconsin in general is not known for high STD rates, and neither is Green Bay. In 2016, Brown County’s HIV prevalence rate was 97.9 per 100K people, less than Wisconsin’s rate of 124.9.
The chlamydia rate was a bit more worrying. In Brown County that year, it was 453 per 100K people, just a bit less than Wisconsin’s rate of 466. The gonorrhea and (primary and secondary) syphilis rates were 39.4 and 0.8.
While these rates appear to be low, the numbers don’t tell the whole story. There are always people who haven’t been tested yet and don’t know their sexual health status. Health officials urge every sexually active person to use protection every time and get tested regularly, even if they are not experiencing symptoms.
Most STIs are asymptomatic in the early stages, but they go on to inflict irreparable damage to the body.
Planned Parenthood is located on Oneida St. They test for STIs and treat all except HIV, and the fee is on a sliding scale. At least one nonprofit in the area provides free STD testing, but only for HIV. Prevea Urgent Care on Ashland Ave provides STI testing and treatment.
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