What are the STI test options in Southington, CT?
STD rates in Southington CT, 2014, were quite high given the population size. Seventy-one cases of Chlamydia were recorded that year, at a rate of 163 (per 100,000 in population), meanwhile there had been 11 gonorrhea cases. In the previous year 61 chlamydia cases were reported in Southington, at a 160.1 rate. Gonorrhea cases totaled up to 10 in 2013, at a rate of 26.3 per 100,000 residents. There was also one case of Syphilis recorded at the time in 2015, up since the zero cases that were found in 2014.
These residents experienced an increase in the numbers of cases for both chlamydia and gonorrhea. The next year Southington saw less cases of chlamydia at 64 cases reported, however the number of gonorrhea cases remained the same as the previous year.
“Rise in number of STD cases in Hartford County, CT raises concern. The Hartford Health Departments hopes to be successful in raising STD awareness.”
STD testing is available at the Planned Parenthood in Meriden, 6 miles outside of Southington on Women’s Way. Local HIV testing services can be found the Hartford Health Gay & Lesbian Collective, about 18 miles from Southington in Hartford on Broad Street.
There are free STD testing services that may be available to you in your community. If you are considering this option it is important to remember that you may not be get your test results back as soon as you would like. Booking an appointment for an STD test may also not be possible.
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