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Manchester, New Hampshire

Before getting lost in the rich history of Manchester, New Hampshire that dates back over 11,000 years it is important to remember that Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes, Hepatitis B, C, HIV and Syphilis rates are rising and residents need to go to one of the STD clinics in the area to be tested for all of these sexually transmitted diseases. Even though there are a couple of free STD testing centers located around Manchester, NH many people choose to put off this important health step due to long lines and a shortage of qualified personnel. Now you can avoid the lengthy waits and schedule private STD testing, which will only take 15 to 20 minutes of your time at a lab of your choosing.

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As the largest city in New England health officials expect STD rates to be higher, but no one was ready to see 834 cases reported in 2013. While this may only be a rate of 2.07 percent per 100,000 people, it is still higher than the state’s average at 1.71.

The city and Hillsborough County has seen its STD rates rise and fall over the last two decades and according to statistics recently released by the CDC the number of sexually transmitted infections are climbing again. Chlamydia and Gonorrhea rates are above state averages, along with the number of positive HIV diagnoses. What really caught health officials’ attention is the fact that primary and secondary Syphilis rates are also rising and are now even with national averages. This is particularly alarming given the relatively small size of the city when it is compared with others more densely populated across the country.

Health officials all agree that the best way to reduce residents’ risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection is to be tested at least twice a year, and even more if you ever feel that you might have been exposed to a STI. Without adequate testing, health officials fear that the number of positive diagnoses will continue to rise. Some of the statistics that residents should be aware of include,

  • HIV rates in the county are 147.1 per 100,000 people compared to the state’s 102.9.
  • Chlamydia rates are reported at 265.6 compared to the state’s reported 233 per 100,000 residents.
  • Gonorrhea incident rates are also higher at 17.2 when compared to the 11.2 reported by the state.

STD Testing Manchester, NH

Even though the city is growing and attracting new businesses and residents, its demographics still remain predominantly middle class with the majority of the population listed as Caucasian. This only highlights the fact that sexually transmitted infections can happen to anyone. Statistically in other major cities the rate of STDs is higher in minorities, many of whom are at or below the poverty level. This is not true in Manchester, and only emphasizes how important regular health screenings are.

One of the contributing factors to the area’s high STD rates is the lack of regulated sexual education classes in the public school systems. Studies have conclusively shown in states where comprehensive sexual education classes are mandatory the rate of infection is significantly lower. The number of teen pregnancies is also reduced when students have the information they need regarding the use of contraceptives.

Even though the state and city are billed as being “pro-choice” recent budgets cuts have forced many clinics to close their doors. Without the necessary facilities in the city’s neighborhoods, it is difficult for residents to get the health care they need.

Illicit drug use is on the rise, especially among older men. This is thought to be one of the main reasons primary and secondary Syphilis incidents are on the rise, and there are not enough treatment programs available for residents who may be putting themselves at risk. Until these issues are resolved the city can expect to see the number of residents who test positive each year continue to rise.

STD Testing Manchester, NH

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