What are the STI test options in Milwaukee,WI?
Listed among the worst cities in the country for STD rates, Milwaukee faces a very real problem. At least it’s not alone. Across the nation there’s a growing STD epidemic.
Milwaukee reported the highest number of gonorrhea cases reported for any one city. Over 4,000 cases of gonorrhea were reported and, unfortunately, antibiotic-resistant strains of gonorrhea are now on the rise, as well.
One study sampled 127 people in a social group and found that 76 of them tested positive for either HIV, syphilis, or both. The city ranks 4th in the nation for rates of chlamydia and one of the worst in the country for HIV rates among men of color who are under 25 years old.
Many locations offer testing services in and around the Milwaukee area.
Locations include the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin on North Plankinton Avenue to the Brady East STD Clinic on East Brady Street, and the Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin Incorporated on West Wisconsin Avenue to Diverse and Resilient on North Holton Street. Many locations offer free STD testing services or operate on sliding scale fees in order to prioritize health care over profit. Waits, however can be long.
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City or County Department Sexual Health Clinics Near Milwaukee,WI
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