Chlamydia And Gonorrhoea Test
This simple to use and painless test, tests for 2 common STD’s, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea. Fast confidential results with discreet packaging.
- Free shipping
- A doctor validated report
- Fast results from sample receipt at lab
- 7-days per week customer care
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• Urine collection device
• Tracked 24 return mailing bag
• A doctor validated report
• 3-5 working days turnaround from sample receipt at lab
Order by 3pm weekdays and your test will be the dispatched the same day (excluding bank holidays). Royal Mail tracked 24 shipping is provided free of charge. You will be emailed your tracking number.
Bacterial DNA testing can be run on urine samples to detect:
- Gonorrhoea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae)
Chlamydia is a the most common STI in the UK. It can cause serious, permanent damage to a woman’s reproductive system. If you’re a woman, sexually active and under 25 in England, it’s recommended that you have a chlamydia test once a year, and when you have sex with new or casual partners. Most people with chlamydia do not notice any symptoms and do not know they have it.
Gonorrhoea is caused by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae and is also known as “the clap”, typically causing an offensive green discharge, but around 1 in 10 infected men and almost half of infected women do not experience any symptoms.
STIs may not show up on tests straight away after sex – this delay is known as the ‘window period’. If you think you may have been at risk of infection, it’s advised you wait 2 weeks after potential exposure before providing a sample for testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea, and a month for Trichomonas.
For HIV, Hepatitis and Syphilis, the window period can be up to 3 months, sometimes longer. If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to a STI, but your results are negative, it may be worth considering repeating your test making sure the window period or that STI has been well and truly passed.
If any of your results are positive you will be asked to contact your local sexual health clinic as not only will your STI need treatment, but the sexual health clinic will want to undergo Contact Tracing – in other words discuss with you about contacting any of your previous sexual contacts as they will also need investigating and possible treatment.
Negative results, but continued concerning symptoms
Should you tests with us all come back as negative, but you are continuing to suffer from STI like symptoms, you should contact your local Sexual health Clinic to get tested again.
To find your local Sexual Health Clinic please click HERE
Gonorrhoea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae)