In Orange County, California, gonorrhea increased 204 percent between 2011 and 2016. Plus, chlamydia cases increased by fifty-nine percent during this same timeframe. However, HIV/Aids cases in Orange County. However, there were 275 newly diagnosed HIV cases in 2013, and a slight increase of 280 newly diagnosed HIV cases in 2018, which means that HIV rates have shown little increase over the past five years.
In Orange County, California, syphilis cases increased 412 percent between 2011 and 2016.
Orange County residents can find STD testing locations all over the county. Laguna Beach Community Clinic on 3rd Street and Surfside Urgent Care of Laguna Beach on Coast Highway offers STD testing to county residents. The Laguna Beach Community Clinic offers HIV testing and has a medical team available for consultation.
County residents can also find STD testing locations at Ketamine Wellness CLininc Orange County on Coast Highway. However, this location doesn’t accept insurance but they accept credit cards for payment. In addition, medical consultation is available and
Free STD testing may be available at various locations in the county. However, some of these locations may have inconvenient or limited hours. Plus, many of these locations may have upfront fees for some tests.
In addition, many of the tests offered may not provide comprehensive results and the tests offered may be limited. Plus, people who test positive for an STD may not have access to a doctors consultation or prescriptions for medication.