Test for Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea in 3 different areas
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Get your results by text within 72 hours of your samples arriving at the lab.
Before you order, make sure this kit is right for you.
This kit is suitable for people who could have gonorrhoea or chlamydia in their throat, genitals or anus.
To have a chance of infection in these areas, you'll have had sexual contact involving these areas, with or without protection.
Sexual contact that can transmit gonorrhoea or chlamydia to the throat, genitals or anus include: penetrative vaginal and anal sex, oral sex when a penis is going into the throat, rimming, and sexual contact using fingers, hands or sex toys.
Remember that even if you or your sexual partner do not any symptoms, you can be at risk of STIs as a result of unprotected sexual contact.
If this kit doesn't feel suitable for you, please look at the other chlamydia and gonorrhoea tests available.
What happens next
Free discreet delivery
We’ll deliver your order by 1st Class post in discreet packaging.
Test at home
You'll get everything you need in the test kit. Follow the simple steps and post your samples to our lab in the Freepost box.
Results and support by text
We’ll send your results within 72 hours of your samples arriving at our lab. Get support by text whenever you need it. Our clinicians are here to help.
Support whenever you need it
If you have a positive result, our clinical team will help you access treatment locally.
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What is in the chlamydia and gonorrhoea self-test kit?
Depending on which test kit you order, for chlamydia and gonorrhoea screening you can take swab samples from your mouth, anus or vagina, or you will be asked to provide a urine sample. You’ll find an instruction card in your kit.
Use this to test for genital chlamydia. Put the soft tip of the swab about 2 inches into your vagina. Gently rotate the swab for 10-30 seconds, making sure it touches the wall of the vagina.
Use this to test for genital chlamydia. Pee into the sample tube then screw the lid on tightly.
Use this to test for chlamydia in your throat. Wipe the soft cotton swab at the back of your throat, 3 times on each side.
Use this to test for chlamydia in your anus. Gently insert the soft cotton tip of the swab into your bottom (anus) and rotate it for about 10 seconds. Take care not to snap the swab.
Sample tubes and return box
It’s easy to return your samples safely. Put each sample in its protective tube and use the Freepost box to send your samples to our lab. We’ll test your sample for chlamydia and gonorrhoea at no extra cost.
When to test
When to test for gonorrhoea
It can take up to 2 weeks (14 days) after sexual contact for a gonorrhoea infection to show up in a test. If you test before this, your test will not be accurate.
Most people have no symptoms, so you may not know that you have an infection. We recommend testing when you have a new sexual partner. If you change partners regularly, test every 3 months (12 weeks). And if you do not change partners regularly, test once a year.
When to test for chlamydia
It can take 1 to 2 weeks for a chlamydia infection to show up in tests. Wait at least 2 weeks to take a test after you’ve had unprotected sex with a new partner. Most people have no symptoms, so you may not know that you have an infection.
We recommend testing every year or every time you have a new partner, particularly if you're under 25.
Getting treatment for gonorrhoea
Gonorrhoea is treated with an antibiotic injection. If you get a positive result, we’ll help you get treatment from your nearest clinic.
You should tell all of your sexual partners from the last 6 months. They could have gonorrhoea without knowing it. If you test positive, we’ll send you a link to our anonymous partner notification service. We make it easier to tell your sexual partners so they can get tested and treated.
Getting treatment for chlamydia
Chlamydia can be treated with antibiotic tablets. If you get a positive result from your Fettle test, we’ll offer you treatment by post. Our clinicians will ask you a few questions to make sure it's safe to prescribe online.
If you’d prefer to visit a clinic, we’ll help you find the nearest one. Treatment is effective after 7 days. We recommend waiting 6 weeks after you've finished the treatment before you test again. You and your partner should both get treated and avoid having sex until you’ve completed treatment.