What are the STI test options in Morgantown,WV?
West Virginia’s STD rates are low compared to the rest of the country, but that’s no reason to let your guard down. Health officials, as well as students at West Virginia University in Morgantown, are making sure people are educated about STDs.
In 2015, Monongalia County’s HIV prevalence rate was 105 out of 100K people, just under West Virginia’s rate of 113.
Health officials would like to increase testing, increase viral suppression, and decrease late-stage diagnosis. While chlamydia and gonorrhea rates are falling, hepatitis B and C are increasing in some parts of West Virginia due to injected drug use.
There are a few STD-testing clinics in Morgantown. There is free STD testing at the city clinics. Keep in mind that public clinics often have long wait times, increasing the likelihood that someone may see you waiting there (other options exist if that bothers you).
The WVU Medicine Student Health Center tests for and treats STDs, and you can find them on Birch St. Milan Puskar Health Right serves uninsured and low-income patients (you may need to show proof of income). They test for STIs at their clinic on Spruce St.
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- Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.