|Who is this test for?||
This test is suitable for symptomatic or asymptomatic indivudials that believe they've come into contact with Chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis or HIV , or, would like to take the test as a precautionary measure. Routine testing for everyone is recommended by NHS
|How is the test carried out?||
This home test kit requires requires a urine and finger prick blood sample to be provided. Sample collection and return instructions are provided within the kit.
|Turn around time||
2 Working days from receipt of sample at testing laboratory
|When shall I take the test?||
Please be advised that after coming into contact with these infections, it can take some time for viral levels to rise to a detectable amount. Therefore we do advise to allow for a brief incubation period of 14 days before testing for Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea. HIV and Syphilis recommended incubation period is 90 days after suspected exposure. If you have taken a test for HIV and Syphilis within 90 days of suspected exposure, we reccomend that you take another test after the 90th day mark passes. The test should be performed after the incubation period or, if a negative result is received before the incubation period, we recommend performing a confirmatory test after the advised incubation period.