What are the STI test options in Mesa,AZ?

Arizona finds itself in 19th place for most sexually diseased state in the United States. Although not falling within the top ten, Arizona is still feeling the effects of the national STD epidemic.

In Maricopa County there was a sharp uptick in STD cases between the years of 2016 and 2017.

In 2016 there were 31,721 cases reported, and in 2017 that rose to 35,859 cases. This means that Maricopa County witnessed an increase of 14% over just a one year period for sexually transmitted disease prevalence. One positive factor was that there was a reduction in reported HIV cases, from 474 new cases reported in 2016 to 419 in 2017; however, the rates of such diseases as chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea are still on the rise.

Many of these conditions can come on without symptoms, or with very mild symptoms at first, so don’t wait to be tested if you’re sexually active. Public officials believe one of the main reasons the STD rates keep climbing in the state is due to a lack of appropriately thorough sex education and free STD testing which is only available a few select locations.

Testing locations include the Maricopa Integrated Health System on 59 South Hibbert and Adelante Healthcare on 1705 West Main Street. Planned Parenthood Arizona Incorporated also has multiple locations throughout Mesa and the surrounding areas, including: 1235 South Gilbert Road in Mesa, 1250 East Apache Boulevard in Tempe, and 7901 East Thomas Road in Scottsdale.

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STD Statistics In Maricopa County, AZ



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Known for its majestic desert scenery and home to the Champlin Fighter Museum the southwestern city of Mesa, Arizona is also experiencing a steady increase in the number of reported cases of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, C, Syphilis, Herpes and HIV and a shortage of free STD testing centers. While there are a few STD clinics in Mesa, AZ, the long lines have many residents putting off this important step in taking care of their sexual health. Now you can schedule private STD testing with one simple phone call and only spend 15 to 20 minutes at a local lab, which still gives you plenty of time to catch all of the sales at the fabulous Superstition Springs Center.

Additional STD Test Statistics in Mesa, AZ

Recent statistics for Mesa show that health officials have every reason to be worried. Statistics show that STD rates are rising at an alarming rate and show no signs of slowing down in the near future. While some city leaders point out that these numbers include all residents in the county, there is still sufficient evidence to support worried health officials’ claims that the southwestern city is currently watching STI percentages climb.

It is not only Chlamydia and Gonorrhea incidents that are increasing, but primary and secondary Syphilis diagnoses are also on the rise. Men in their thirties and forties are testing positive for both stages of Syphilis more often, and the number of males being treated for Gonorrhea has dramatically increased. In 2014 more men ages 20 to 29 tested positive for Gonorrhea than women, which has caused many health officials to take a closer look at these statistics.

Some of the reported figures that show Mesa’s continuing struggle with a high STD rate include,

  • In 2014 men were responsible for 55.8 percent of the cases of Gonorrhea reported, with women at 44.2 percent.
  • Between 2005 and 2014 Chlamydia incidents went from 12,155 to 19,889.
  • In 2005 117 cases of early Syphilis were diagnosed in heterosexual males, compared to 158 in 2014.
  • There were 7,841 cases of Chlamydia reported in women age 20 to 29 in 2014.

Unfortunately these numbers are expected to rise until residents understand the importance of regular STD testing.

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STD Testing and Sexual Health Education in Mesa, AZ

With STD rates rising in Mesa and Maricopa County, some residents are questioning whether the current sex education program is doing enough to inform students about the dangers of being sexually active. The program currently teaches abstinence, but the rising statistics seem to show that this approach may not be working.

Teen pregnancies are on the rise among high school students, along with Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. Herpes is also affecting a larger number of students.

The current curriculum only discusses the benefits of abstinence and does not include information on lifestyle choices or the importance of using condoms. Condoms and other protective measures are also left out. Without this information being included in the classes, the city can expect to see more teens and young adults testing positive.

Regular Herpes testing in Mesa can help prevent the spread of this easily transmitted disease, especially among teens and young adults. HIV testing in Mesa is also important for continued good health, and this simple procedure can help save your life.


Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Demographics in Mesa, AZ

Demographics play a large role in the STD rate in any city, and this is certainly true in Mesa and Maricopa County. The southwestern city has a diverse population with strong religious ties and conservative values which emphasize abstinence and frown on any discussions concerning sexual activity before marriage.

The large Hispanic and Native American population also have a mistrust of government officials, which makes it difficult for city leaders to stress the importance of visiting a clinic for regular health checkups. There is also a language barrier that can be difficult to bridge, especially in some of the lower income Hispanic neighborhoods.

Lower income residents often find it difficult to afford regular STD testing, and the shortage of community health centers in these neighborhoods is only adding to the problem.

It is not only income and differences in cultural and religious beliefs that are contributing to the high STD rate, but also the large number of inmates who are testing positive for a sexually transmitted disease. This has led some health advocacy groups to begin to implement sexual education programs in the county jails, but without adequate funding from the county or state the number of inmates with a STD will continue to rise and put the community at risk as they are released back into the public.


Better Sexual Health in Mesa, AZ

This simple test can help protect your sexual health. In between a fun outing to Golfland Sunsplash and a trip to the Arts Center visit one of Mesa’s STD clinics and be checked for a sexually transmitted disease. If a free HIV clinic doesn’t offer you the privacy you want, and mobile STD testing isn’t right either, you can get the procedure done anonymously. Results will be delivered within 1 to 2 days, and some are open on Saturdays and Sundays.

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