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What is the test?

The Chlamydia test kit for women is a swab test, which is more effective at detecting Chlamydia in women than a urine test. The test involves using a swab that looks a bit like an extended cotton bud that you insert about 5cm, or couple of inches, into your vagina.

Please read the instructions provided with each test kit before proceeding.
You should wash and dry your hands before using the test kit.

The test kit contains a 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 putting it back into the test tube as this may affect your result.

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 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.

After the lab has received it, your test results will be available in 2-3 days.

How do I get my test results?

As soon as the lab has your Chlamydia test result 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 result.
The test result will be either positive or negative. If negative, no infection has been detected and no further action is required.

If you test positive then you have Chlamydia. This infection can be easily treated with antibiotics.

We ask that you complete a simple medical questionnaire from which our Doctor can assess for your suitability and, if approved, you can be prescribed oral antibiotics to treat the infection.

How do I treat Chlamydia if my test is positive?

For Chlamydia we offer the same treatment that you would receive from a sexual health clinic or your G.P.

The first line treatment for Chlamydia as recommended by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV, BASHH, is a week long course of Doxycycline. If you are allergic to Tetracyclines, of which Doxycycline is a member, then our doctor can prescribe an alternative. 

Both treatments may produce side effects, the most common being gastro-intestinal, such as nausea, diarrhoea and stomach ache. You may also get a rash with Doxycycline if you are exposed to too much sunlight.

You will be asked to complete a short medical consultation questionnaire that our doctor reviews to make sure the treatment is both safe and  suitable for you.

You should not resume sexual activity (including genital, oral or anal sex), until 7 days after you have started your treatment .This applies to both treatments. Otherwise there is a high risk of re-infecting yourself  or passing on the infection to your partner.

We advise under 25s to re-test for Chlamydia 3 months after treatment due to high rates of re-infection. 

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