Tests for
Chlamydia, HIV, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis
How you test
Urine sample or vaginal swab
Fingerprick blood sample
Important information
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  • If you’ve had anal (in your bottom) sex or oral (in your mouth) sex with male partners, we recommend that you take a rectal swab and a swab from your throat to test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea in these areas of your body.

Use this kit to find out whether you might have these four sexually transmitted infections with an easy-to-use home test kit. Your test kit will arrive in discreet packaging and your results will be entirely confidential. 

How this test works

Testing for chlamydia and gonorrhoea requires either a urine test or a straightforward swab test. You will also need to take a blood sample to test for HIV and syphilis. This involves pricking your finger with a special needle called a lancet and collecting blood in a small sample pot. Most people don’t find it painful. After collecting your samples, you return it in the pre-paid box to our in-house lab. 

 You will receive your results within 2-3 days of your sample reaching our lab.

Why choose this STI test?

If you’re sexually active, then regular STI testing is one of the best things you can do to look after your health and that of your partner(s). Many people with an STI don’t have any symptoms and so it’s possible to have an STI without knowing. 

Our home STI tests are easy to do at a time and place that suits you. But if you have any symptoms, or a partner has tested positive for one or more STIs then you should get tested at a sexual health service as soon as you can.

Take the test at the right time

The only way to know if you have these STIs is to get tested. We recommend getting tested every 3-12 months, depending on your risk. You should also test whenever you have a new sexual partner, or if you want to stop using condoms with a regular partner. It can take some time after you first have an STI before it can be detected by a test.

​We recommend waiting until: 

  • Chlamydia and gonorrhoea: 2 weeks after last exposure 
  • HIV: 8 weeks after last exposure 
  • Syphilis: 3 months after last exposure 

You can still do a test now but if it is negative you may need another test later.

Getting your results 

Test results are normally ready within 3 working days of your sample arriving at our in-house laboratory. You will receive a text and an email when your results are ready. Login  using the details sent through email to access your results. 

If you don’t receive your results within seven days of posting your sample, contact us. If you have a reactive (or positive) test result, you will need to visit a sexual health clinic as soon as possible. We will signpost you to local services where you can get any treatment, help and advice that you need.

What does a negative result mean?

A negative result for any STI means that you didn’t have that STI at the time of the test. If you tested before the end of the window period or you’ve been at risk again then another test is advised. 

What does a reactive result mean?

If you get a reactive result for one of our blood tests, it means that the test has reacted to something in your blood. This means that there’s a possibility that you have an STI, but at least one further test is needed. This should be done by a sexual health clinic. 

What does a ‘positive’ result mean? 

A positive result means that you do have an STI. You’ll usually need treatment as soon as possible. It’s generally best to get this from a sexual health clinic. We will signpost you to local services where you can get any treatment, help and advice that you need.

Use this kit to find out whether you might have these four sexually transmitted infections with an easy-to-use home test kit. Your test kit will arrive in discreet packaging and your results will be entirely confidential. 

How this test works

Testing for chlamydia and gonorrhoea requires either a urine test or a straightforward swab test. You will also need to take a blood sample to test for HIV and syphilis. This involves pricking your finger with a special needle called a lancet and collecting blood in a small sample pot. Most people don’t find it painful. After collecting your samples, you return it in the pre-paid box to our in-house lab. 

 You will receive your results within 2-3 days of your sample reaching our lab.

Why choose this STI test?

If you’re sexually active, then regular STI testing is one of the best things you can do to look after your health and that of your partner(s). Many people with an STI don’t have any symptoms and so it’s possible to have an STI without knowing. 

Our home STI tests are easy to do at a time and place that suits you. But if you have any symptoms, or a partner has tested positive for one or more STIs then you should get tested at a sexual health service as soon as you can.

Take the test at the right time

The only way to know if you have these STIs is to get tested. We recommend getting tested every 3-12 months, depending on your risk. You should also test whenever you have a new sexual partner, or if you want to stop using condoms with a regular partner. It can take some time after you first have an STI before it can be detected by a test.

​We recommend waiting until: 

  • Chlamydia and gonorrhoea: 2 weeks after last exposure 
  • HIV: 8 weeks after last exposure 
  • Syphilis: 3 months after last exposure 

You can still do a test now but if it is negative you may need another test later.

Getting your results 

Test results are normally ready within 3 working days of your sample arriving at our in-house laboratory. You will receive a text and an email when your results are ready. Login  using the details sent through email to access your results. 

If you don’t receive your results within seven days of posting your sample, contact us. If you have a reactive (or positive) test result, you will need to visit a sexual health clinic as soon as possible. We will signpost you to local services where you can get any treatment, help and advice that you need.

What does a negative result mean?

A negative result for any STI means that you didn’t have that STI at the time of the test. If you tested before the end of the window period or you’ve been at risk again then another test is advised. 

What does a reactive result mean?

If you get a reactive result for one of our blood tests, it means that the test has reacted to something in your blood. This means that there’s a possibility that you have an STI, but at least one further test is needed. This should be done by a sexual health clinic. 

What does a ‘positive’ result mean? 

A positive result means that you do have an STI. You’ll usually need treatment as soon as possible. It’s generally best to get this from a sexual health clinic. We will signpost you to local services where you can get any treatment, help and advice that you need.

What is the process?

1
Discreet delivery

Our dispatch team creates a kit just for you. It will arrive through your letterbox in discreet packaging, usually in 24-48 hours.

2
Collect your samples

Follow the simple step-by-step instructions to collect your samples, and then return them to our lab using the pre-paid box.

3
Get fast, reliable results

Once our dedicated lab has done its bit, your confidential results will be available online immediately.

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