Both Will County, which encompasses most of Plainfield, IL and Kendall County, which is home to portions of Plainfield, IL saw a spike in the number of chlamydia and gonorrhea cases.
Illinois state reports show that the number of reported chlamydia cases in Will County rose from 2,563 cases in 2016 to 2,692 cases in 2017 and the number of gonorrhea cases increased from 504 cases in 2016 to 640 cases in 2017.
In Kendall County, the number of reported chlamydia cases climbed from 364 cases in 2016 to 412 cases in 2017 and the number of reported gonorrhea cases increased from 82 cases in 2016 to 93 cases in 2017.
On the other hand, state reports revealed a sharp decrease in syphilis rates for Will County, as the number of reported syphilis cases fell from 127 cases in 2016 to 63 cases in 2017. However, the number of reported syphilis cases in Kendall County increased from 6 cases in 2016 to 14 cases in 2017.
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) reports show that the number of reported HIV cases in Will County dropped from 39 cases in 2016 to 27 cases in 2017 yet remained consistent in Kendall County with 5 reported cases in both 2016 and 2017.
There are several healthcare facilities in Plainville, IL that may offer STD testing, such as Physicians Immediate Care – Plainfield North and Physicians Immediate Care – Plainfield Caton Farm. There are also a few private doctors in Plainfield, IL that might provide HIV or STD testing, many of which are located along Historic US 66 or Lockport Street.
You can also opt to head 15 miles southeast in Joliet to find numerous additional clinics that may provide STD and HIV testing, such as Center for Reproductive Health, Illinois Health Clinics, and Will County Health Department.
Some facilities may even advertise free STD testing, but in some cases not all STD test options are free. In addition, you may have to wait for test results, which means that you might have to delay the start of treatment.