At home STD test to detect the most common infections
Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichomonas are three of the most common STIs. They can be symptomless and the only way to detect them is with a test. If you’re sexually active or have been in the past, it’s important to keep your sexual health in check. Early detection is crucial in reducing any long term consequences that may have a considerably damaging effect on your health.
Long term consequences can include pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, infertility in women; and epididymitis, which causes infertility in men by inflaming the reproductive tubes.
What does it test for?
Who should get tested?
Any sexually active male or female.
When to test?
You should wait a minimum of 3 weeks from the time of sexual intercourse before taking your test. Sexually transmitted infections can take a period of time to become detectable, and you must wait to ensure an accurate result. If you are sexually active, regular testing is advised.
Why getting tested for STDs is important?
8 in 10 experience no symptoms
80% of some STIs can remain symptomless for years, causing long term, irreparable damage.
STIs can cause infertility in men and women
Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea can cause long terms consequences such as pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy and infertility.
Protecting your partner
STIs can remain undetected for years and you may have passed one onto a new or recent partner.
Most of our tests only require a simple prick of the finger.
Our labs use the latest technology to analyse smaller samples of blood. Our tests are easy to use, so there’s no needles and no fuss.
Accurate laboratory results delivered within 5 days.
Once you return your sample in the supplied packaging, you will receive results to your password protected account within as little as five days, with direct contact for positive results.
Support from our team of medical professionals.
Orders and test results are reviewed by certified medical professionals, with support from genetic counsellors, specialist doctors and registered nurses.
How to provide a sample
Watch our instructional video to see how easy it is to collect your sample.