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Springfield, Oregon

Springfield, Oregon is a city located in Lane County. It is about a ten-minute drive to the major city of Eugene. It is the second largest city after Eugene in the area. As of this year, Springfield’s population was 59,403.

Springfield, OR was originally settled by pioneers in the 1800’s. The Briggs family were the first members of the town. For most of the 20th century, the area was dependent on timber as a means of commerce. Now, there are many major companies that support the economy, including PeaceHealth and Royal Caribbean International.

Sexually Transmitted Infections have recently been a concern within the county. Rates have doubled and tripled in some cases. State and local officials are attempting to curtail the issue by making information available to the public, as well as centers were individuals can be both tested and treated.

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STD Statistics In Lane County, OR

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One of the primary concerns for Lane County is the recent increase of HIV infections. Men having sex with men account for nearly 66% of the cases reported, while women comprise roughly 47%. White, non-Hispanics are most impacted – with 375 cases reported as of October 2, 2017. The age group most impacted are those aged 40-49 years of age.

Within the state, Chlamydia cases have risen to 17,600 as of 2016. This makes Chlamydia the state’s largest STI. Women are the gender demographic most impacted – accounting for more than 93,200 of the cases, while men make up 42,000 of the cases. Within the county, White, non-Hispanics are most impacted – making up 72% of the cases reported. The age demographic most impacted are those aged 20-24 years of age.

Gonorrhea is the state’s second largest STI. Cases have nearly tripled since 2010. In 2016, there were 4,300 cases reported. Oregon also faces a unique issue in that the infection has mutated and is not responding to typical treatment. Males make up 60% of the cases reported, while females make up 40%. Within the county. White, non-Hispanics are the ethnic demographic most impacted, while those aged 25-34 are the age demographic most impacted.

Between 2007 and 2016 cases of Syphilis skyrocketed from 26 to 570. Within the county, White, non-Hispanics were most impacted with 86 cases reported. Men aged 20-24 years of age were also most impacted. Males within this age range made up 20% of the case reported.

Graph of std rates in springfield oregon from 2016

STD Testing and Sexual Education in Springfield, OR

Oregon requires that schools educate their students about infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS and other STIs. This education is to occur at both the elementary and secondary school levels. Grades 6th through 8th must receive some form of education at least once a year, while 9th through 12th grade must receive it twice a year.

The state does not require specific curriculum but does set parameters as to what sorts of curriculum can be used. Whatever the material, it must be approved by local community members who are qualified to make such decisions. The curriculum is required to promote abstinence for school age children, be medically sound, and communicate how to be sexually responsible.

Outside the classroom, the local health department provides information pertaining to sexual health and wellbeing. One location can be found at the River Stone Clinic. All health departments provide written material about sexual health and safety with topics including types of contraception to information on various forms of STIs.

The closest Planned Parenthood is located in Eugene at the Regional Health and Education Center. It is about a 5-minute drive across the river. This location offers both written information and counseling pertaining to sexual health. They also provide various forms of contraception including condoms.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Demographics in Springfield, OR

There could possibly be a correlation between the fact that females make less than males when it comes to their average salaries, and the fact that they are the gender demographic most impacted by Chlamydia In 2015, males made $54,030 while females only made $36,084. Women are also the greatest gender demographic living in poverty. Females aged 18-24 are the poorest demographic in Springfield. This age demographic is also one of the age demographics most impacted by STIs.

White, non-Hispanics also are one of the lowest paying ethnic group as whole. This could possibly correlate that they are the ethnic group most impacted by STIs. In 2015, the highest paid ethnic group were American Indians, followed by Asians. While American Indians made $38,810 a year, White, non-Hispanics made only $36,283 a year. White, non-Hispanics the ethnic group most impacted by all forms of STIs and HIV.

White, non-Hispanics are also the largest ethnic group living in poverty. In 2015, there were 10,858 White, non-Hispanics living in poverty in Springfield. This could also possibly correlate with the fact that they are the largest ethnic demographic living in poverty.

There could also be a correlation between the fact that between males and females, males are more impacted by STIs as whole than females, and the fact that males are less likely to graduate from college when compared to females. In 2015, there were 28 female graduates as opposed to only 4 male graduates. This means that females are 0.14 times more likely to graduate when compared to their male counterparts.

STI Testing Resources in Springfield, OR

There is a Planned Parenthood located in Eugene. Individuals are encouraged to make an appointment online. This Planned Parenthood accepts a wide variety of insurances- all of which are listed on their website. They test for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia using urine samples. Most of their STI tests also require a genital exam. Rapid HIV testing can be done by swabbing the inside of the patient’s mouth and with results in as little as 20 minutes. They offer counseling for those whose tests come back positive.

There is also the Lane County Public Health Department. They are located in Eugene.

They are a clinic that offers conventional HIV blood testing, conventional HIV oral testing, Chlamydia testing, Syphilis testing, Gonorrhea testing and testing for Herpes. They also offer the Hepatitis B vaccine and the HPV vaccine.

There is the HIV Alliance Incorporated as well. They are an AIDS Service Organization that offers free HIV testing, conventional HIV oral testing and rapid HIV blood testing. They are open to gay and bisexual men, men who are having sex with men and their partners, partners of those living with HIV/AIDS, and those who have injected themselves or their sexual partners. They are also open to transgender individuals and those who have exchanged sex for money or drugs.

There is also the Linn County Department of Health Services Sweet Home Office. This clinic is located in Sweet Home, Oregon, which is about a 50-minute drive from Springfield. They offer Conventional HIV blood testing, conventional HIV oral testing, Chlamydia testing, Syphilis testing and testing for Herpes.

The Oregon Department of Human Services Linn County Department Lebanon Satellite Clinic is located in Lebanon, a little over an hour away. They request that if you need oral HIV testing, you call in advance. They also offer conventional HIV blood testing, conventional HIV oral testing, Chlamydia testing, Syphilis testing, Gonorrhea testing, and testing for Herpes. They also provide the Hepatitis B vaccine and the HPV vaccine.

Better Sexual Health in Springfield, OR

Springfield in Lane County seems to provide adequate resources, testing, and treatment for the population it has. While there has been an increase in STI’s, this does not seem to be from a lack of information provided both in an academic and medical setting. Educational curriculum supports and advocates abstinence, while also promoting being smart when becoming sexually active. It is also required that students learn about HIV and other forms of STIs. While there is no Planned Parenthood within the limits of Springfield, there is a center in nearby Eugene. Demographics and statistics suggest that White, non-Hispanics are most likely to contract an STI as well as men who are having sex with men. Regardless of the statistics, the best way to prevent STI’s is to either remain abstinent or practice safe sex with your partner. University and the rest of the county also provide several online resources that help educate about STI’s. One of which is: http://www.youthaidscoalition.org/std-testing-in-eugene-or.html

As always, if you believe you have contracted an STI, please search out a testing center and seek treatment.

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