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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Data and Statistics

The data sources below provide information on the diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases among Ohioans. Infections that have not been diagnosed are not represented in the tables. 

The information shown, however, is a good representation of the patterns of disease in the population. Information is available on syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.  These three conditions are tracked because they present serious risks to those infected and because spread can be controlled through safe behaviors and effective treatment of infections.              
National Data
CDC Chlamydia Data
CDC Chancroid Data
CDC Gonorrhea Data
CDC Syphilis Data
CDC HIV/AIDS Data

 

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Special Investigations 

Chlamydia Statistical Summaries - Tables representing chlamydia infection in Ohio by age, race, gender and county of residence.

Gonorrhea Statistical Summaries - Tables representing gonorrhea infection in Ohio by age, race, gender and county of residence.

Total Syphilis Statistical Summaries - Tables representing total syphilis infection in Ohio by age group, race, gender, and county of residence. Total syphilis includes all stages of infection. 

Primary and Secondary Syphilis Statistical Summaries - Tables representing primary and secondary syphilis infection in Ohio by age group, race, gender and county of residence. Primary and secondary are the infectious stages of syphilis.

Congenital Syphilis Statistical Summaries - Tables representing congenital syphilis infection in Ohio by race, gender, and county of residence.

CDC STD Data and Statistics

 

ODH Infectious Disease Control Manual

For additional information you may contact STD Surveillance at:
Phone: (614) 995-5599
Fax:  (614) 387-2602

STD Surveillance Program
Bureau of Infectious Diseases
Ohio Department of Health
246 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Last Updated: 9/28/2016