Illinois is among US states with high STD infection rates. Gonorrhoea is the leading STD in Woodridge, IL at 133 cases per 100,000 persons. Syphilis comes second with 46,042 cases reported in 2011.
Chlamydia comes third at 540.4 cases per 100,000 persons. The rate of gonorrhoea infections has significantly declined from 59,000 cases reported in 1975 to 17,000 cases in 2011.
Black, Hispanic, and other ethnic minorities lead in syphilis infections among the population. Chlamydia infections in Woodbridge increased to 1,104.6 per 100,000 persons in 2016.
Woodridge, IL reported 720.6 cases of chlamydia per 100,000 women, which was 2.1 times higher than the reported cases of infection in men (347.5 cases per 100,000). It is estimated that the town has an annual unreported STD burden among teenagers and young adults of 17,000.
In 2015, Illinois was position 6 out of 50 states in America with the highest rate of HIV diagnosis.
Several clinics specialize on STD testing and treatment in Woodridge, IL including DuPage County Public Health Department Clinic located on 115 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL, 60187, Woodridge Clinic SC on 7530 Woodward Ave St A, Woodridge, IL, 60517 and Planned Parenthood Aurora Health Center.
Other STD clinics include Edward-Elmhurst Walk-in Clinic on Jewel-Osco 2317 75th St, Woodridge, IL, 60517 and Lawndale Christian Health Center Belle Whaley Center. You may receive free Std testing in some clinics, but you might have to book an appointment prior to visiting a clinic and wait for some days or weeks before receiving your STD test results.