Male & Female Test Kits

7-in-1 STI Test Kit

Our comprehensive STI kit detects the presence of the seven most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Includes pre-paid return postage and packaging for the test.

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What is the 7-in-1 STI Test Kit?

Our comprehensive STI kit detects the presence of the seven most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It screens for Chlamydia, gonorrhoea, genital herpes, bacterial vaginosis, trichomonas vaginalis, mycoplasma genitalium and ureaplasma urealyticum.

It’s the best test to use if you are unsure of the infection you may have. If you have had unprotected sex , you should wait at least two weeks before you take the test as it takes that length of time before an STI may be detected. The test will detect the presence of genital infections only and does not detect them in your throat or anus. If you suspect that you may have a throat or anal infection you should visit your local genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic or GP.

The Test kits are posted in discreet plain unmarked packaging with no indication of their contents.

How do I take the test for women?

The test kit for women is a swab test. Please read the instructions provided with each test kit before proceeding. You should wash and dry your hands before using the test kit.

The swab test kit contains the cotton swab in a sealed test tube. Open the tube and place the tip of the swab about 5cm (2 inches) into the vagina. Rotate the swab around the vagina for 10 to 15 seconds before removing it and placing it back in the test tube.  Make sure you do not touch the tip of the swab with your hands and do not put it down anywhere before placing it back into the test tube as this may affect your result.

Follow the instructions on the leaflet with the test kit. There is a label on the test tube of your test kit for your name, date of birth and the date you collected your sample. It is also very important to include your request form with your details as the laboratory will not test your sample without this information.

Put your sample and your request form with your details into the pre-paid envelope and post it to the lab as soon as possible. You don’t need to pay for any postage and can put your sample in any post box.

How do I take the test for men?

The test kit for men is just a simple urine test. Please read the instructions provided with each test kit before proceeding. You should wash and dry your hands before using the test kit.

The urine test kit contains a urine collection box and a urine sample tube in a protective packing wallet. It's best to take urine from the first time you urinate in the morning. If this is not possible then you should not have passed urine for at least an hour before you take your sample. Also, you should use the first part of your urine, as indicated on the instruction leaflet.

Follow the instructions on the leaflet with the test kit. There is a label on the urine specimen bottle in your test kit for your name, date of birth and the date you collected your sample. It is also very important to include your request form with your details as the laboratory will not test your sample without this information.

Put your sample and your request form with your details into the pre-paid envelope and post it to the lab as soon as possible. You don’t need to pay for any postage and can put your sample in any post box.

How do I get my test results?

You will receive your test results within 4-5 working days of your test kit sample reaching the lab.

As soon as the lab has your test results you will be notified by your chosen method, email or SMS.  There will not be any detail in this message, it will simply ask you to login to your WebMed account; using your secure password. When you have logged in you will find your confidential test results.

If negative, no infection has been detected and no further action is required.
If you have tested positive, for either Chlamydia; gonorrhoea; or both, these infections can easily be treated with antibiotics.

If the test is positive for gonorrhoea the recommended treatment is an antibiotic injection that can be obtained from your local GUM clinic or your GP. The injection is more effective at treating the infection than oral antibiotics.

Alternatively, if you wish, you can complete our simple Chlamydia or gonorrhoea medical questionnaire from which our Doctor can assess your suitability and, if approved, can then be prescribed oral antibiotics to treat Chlamydia or gonorrhoea.

If you test positive for both Chlamydia and gonorrhoea please complete only the gonorrhoea questionnaire as this covers both conditions.

At this time, we do not provide treatment for any of the other diagnosed infections. We recommend that you visit your local sexual health clinic or G.P. for treatment.

What STIs does the test kit detect?

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the UK. and is very often symptomless in both men and women but can be treated very effectively with oral antibiotics.

The most common symptoms in men and women, when apparent, are a burning sensation or pain when urinating.

Chlamydia may produce a change in smell or colour of vaginal discharge or irregular or heavy periods in women, including pain and /or bleeding after sex. Left untreated, Chlamydia can cause pelvic inflammatory disease and infertility.
In men Chlamydia can cause pain in the testicles and discharge from the tip of the penis. If untreated, Chlamydia can cause infertility in men also.

Gonorrhoea is also a very common STI and may be symptomless. The most common symptoms for women are a burning sensation or pain when urinating and a vaginal discharge.

In men, they may also have a burning sensation or pain when urinating and, sometimes, a discharge from the tip of the penis.

If gonorrhoea is left untreated it can lead to serious long term health problems and infertility in both men and women.

Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted infection by the herpes simplex or cold sore virus. It can be transmitted during vaginal, anal or oral sex resulting in painful blisters (cold sores) on the genitals.

Bacterial vaginosis, also known as gardnerella vaginalis, mainly affects sexually active women although it can be found in non-sexually active women who disturb the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina due to overuse of feminine hygiene products and heavily scented soaps. The infection is often symptomless but may cause an unpleasant smelling, greyish discharge in women and urethritis in men (inflammation of the urethra). If left untreated the infection can cause serious health complications such as miscarriage or pelvic inflammatory disease.

Trichomonas vaginalis is caused by a tiny single-celled parasite that is transmitted during sexual activity.  It’s more common in women than in men but up to half of all men and women have no symptoms but if any develop, it’s usually within a month of infection. Women may experience soreness and itching around the vagina and a fishy smelling, frothy yellow or watery vaginal discharge.  Men may have a thin white discharge from the penis and pain while urinating. The complications of TV are rare but if left untreated it may make it easier for you to become infected with other STIs; including HIV. Also, pregnant women with this infection may have a premature birth or a baby with low birth weight.

Mycoplasma genitalium is caused by a small parasitic bacterium that can infect both men and women having unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex.  Most people don’t experience any symptoms but the common ones for women are a burning sensation or pain when urinating, pain during sex and vaginal itching. The main symptom for men is urethritis (inflammation of the urethra), but may also experience pain or burning sensation during urination or discharge from the penis.

Ureaplasma urealyticum is caused by a bacterium and commonly occurs in people who are sexually active. It often does not cause any symptoms and therefore most people don’t know that they’re infected. The most common symptom is urethritis (inflammation of the urethra). If left untreated it may cause long term health problems.

A comprehensive STI kit that detects the presence of the 7 most common STI's...

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