Chlamydia test
Chlamydia test
Chlamydia test
Chlamydia test
Chlamydia test

Chlamydia test

  • Tests on: Chlamydia (Chlamydia trachomatis)
Combined test (M) Sexually transmitted diseases

  • German laboratory
  • Anonymous
  • Discreet packaging
  • Fast result
  • Free shipping
  • 1-2 days delivery time
  • Flexible payment options
Normal price39,90
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VAT included.
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Note:

For individuals with genitalia typically referred to as female, a swab test is conducted, whereas for those with genitalia typically considered male, a urine test is provided.

For the urine test, it is important to use the first-morning urine as the pathogen density is highest at this time.

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ABOUT THIS TEST

Anyone who is sexually active or has changed partners should consider a chlamydia test. Regardless of whether symptoms are present or not, early detection of chlamydia is crucial to prevent further spread and minimize possible complications. Regular testing is part of a responsible and health-conscious lifestyle. With a chlamydia test, infections can be detected early and appropriate measures can be taken to protect your own health and the health of your partners.

With this test, your sample will be examined for chlamydia:

Chlamydia

What are Chlamydia?

  • Chlamydia are bacteria that can be sexually transmitted and are among the most common sexually transmitted infections. They affect both men and women and can lead to various health problems if not treated promptly.

How are Chlamydia transmitted?

  • Chlamydia is primarily transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse (vaginal, anal, or oral) with an infected person. The infection can also be transmitted from an infected mother to her newborn during childbirth.

What symptoms do Chlamydia cause?

  • It is essential to note that Chlamydia often progresses asymptomatically, with affected individuals showing no obvious signs of infection. Nevertheless, the following symptoms may occur:

In Men:

  • Discharge from the urethra
  • Swelling or pain in the testicular area (rare)
  • Burning or pain during urination

In Women:

  • Pain during urination
  • Vaginal discharge (unusual amount, color, or odor)
  • Spotting or abnormal menstruation
  • Lower abdominal pain or pressure

What complications can occur if Chlamydia remains untreated? Untreated Chlamydia infections can have severe consequences, including:

  • In Men: Inflammation of the epididymis and prostate, as well as an increased likelihood of infertility.
  • In Women: Pelvic inflammatory disease leading to infertility, ectopic pregnancies, and chronic pelvic pain.

How is Chlamydia diagnosed?

  • To diagnose Chlamydia, a urine test or a swab from the urethra in men or the cervix or urethra in women is typically conducted. Tests can also be applied to other bodily fluids, such as genital discharge.

How is Chlamydia treated?

  • Chlamydia can usually be effectively treated with antibiotics. It is crucial to complete the treatment as prescribed by the doctor to successfully combat the infection.

How can one protect against Chlamydia?

  • The best method to protect against Chlamydia is using condoms or dental dams during sexual intercourse. A monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner can also reduce the risk of transmission. Regular STI testing and informing sexual partners of infections are essential steps in prevention.

Can Chlamydia be transmitted even if no symptoms are present?

  • Yes, Chlamydia can be transmitted without visible symptoms. Many people with a Chlamydia infection show no signs, making it possible for the bacteria to be transmitted during unprotected intercourse from an infected person to an uninfected partner, even when no symptoms are apparent.

Can the treatment of Chlamydia lead to complications?

  • Generally, the treatment of Chlamydia with antibiotics is safe and effective. However, some individuals may have allergic reactions or side effects to certain antibiotics. It is crucial to inform the doctor of any existing health issues and medications to prescribe the appropriate treatment.

Are Chlamydia exclusively a sexually transmitted infection?

  • While Chlamydia are primarily transmitted through sexual contact, they can also spread through other means. For example, newborns can be infected during childbirth from an infected mother. However, it is important to emphasize that sexual contact is the most common transmission route for Chlamydia.
  • Note: If you suspect that you or your partner may have Chlamydia, please promptly consult a doctor for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Once you have ordered your test, you will receive your test box within 2-3 days.

In your test box you will find everything you need to carry out the test. You can access our web app quickly and easily using the QR code on the packaging.

This will guide you step by step through the home test. Once you have completed the test, send the prepaid test box back to our laboratory.

Here we validate your sample and you receive your results digitally via web app.

Your testing kit will be delivered by us in an environmentally friendly and discreet packaging. Inside, you will find everything you need to test yourself for Chlamydia.

Urine Test Kit:

  • Quick Guide
  • Sample Tube
  • Pasteur Pipette
  • Urine Collection Cup
  • Safety Bag with Absorbent Cloth

Swab Test Kit:

  • Quick Guide
  • Sample Tube
  • Swab
  • Safety Bag with Absorbent Cloth
  1. Personal Data on German Servers: Our privacy policies mandate that all personal data of our customers be stored on secure servers located in Germany. This ensures compliance with German data protection laws and provides our customers with additional security regarding the protection of their personal information.
  2. Access by Trained Personnel: Only specially trained staff members have access to these sensitive personal data. This access is limited to individuals who require this information for their professional responsibilities to prevent abuse or unauthorized access.
  3. Restricted Access after Processing: After processing personal data, access for personnel is further restricted so that only data necessary for the ongoing processing is visible, minimizing the risk of unauthorized viewing.
  4. Data Deletion after 20 Days: For the sake of data privacy compliance, we irreversibly delete images and videos of identification documents after 20 days. This minimizes the risk of storing this data longer than necessary and protects the privacy of our customers.
  5. No Copies or Backups: We do not create copies of identification data, and they are not stored in our backup systems. This ensures that the data is used only for its intended purpose and poses no unnecessary risk to data security. Our privacy measures are designed to meet the highest standards and ensure the protection of personal data.

Early detection of chlamydia - order our home test now

Find out all about your sexual health now with our Chlamydia Test - a simple and discreet home test that screens for Chlamydia trachomatis, a common sexually transmitted infection (STI). Our test allows you to take the sample from the comfort of your own home and send it discreetly to our laboratory by post.
Chlamydia infections often have no noticeable symptoms, which means they go unnoticed and can lead to serious complications. With our chlamydia test you can detect possible infections early and take the necessary steps.

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Why is the qPCR method suitable for detecting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and how does it work?

The quantitative PCR method is ideal for STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) tests because it can detect even small amounts of pathogen DNA. When someone is infected with an STI-causing pathogen, even small quantities of the specific pathogen DNA can be detected in their body.

The DNA is isolated and purified from the sample. In qPCR, it is heated to separate the DNA double helix strands. Specific pathogen sequences (primers) bind to the resulting single strands of DNA. Through an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, building blocks are added to these primers to replicate the DNA. By repeating the process multiple times, large amounts of copies of the pathogen DNA are generated. The primers are specifically labeled and trigger certain fluorescence signals during qPCR. Based on these signals, it can be inferred whether pathogen DNA is present in the sample.

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