What are the STI test options in Saint Paul,MN?
The city of Saint Paul reports some of the highest STD rates in the state. Between 2016 and 2017 chlamydia rates increased by 4%, gonorrhea rates increased by 28%, and syphilis rates increased by 10%. Across the state, 33% of total gonorrhea and chlamydia cases originated from either Saint Paul or Minneapolis. In 2016 there were 2,781 chlamydia cases, 1,036 gonorrhea cases, and 26 syphilis cases reported in Saint Paul.
Continued efforts are required to increase public health to where it should be.
Local non-profits and public health organizations in Saint Paul provide many services to increase health in the community and decrease disease transmission. Services include online chat and texting hotlines to navigate understanding of STDs, prevention, and treatment. They also offer behavioral health services, financial assistance, PrEP navigation, syringe exchanges, and free STD testing opportunities.
From the Saint Paul Ramsey County Public Health location on Cedar Street to HealthPartners Incorporated on Phalen Boulevard, there are testing locations scattered throughout and around Saint Paul.
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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.