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Our STI test kits are all easy to use and come with clear instructions. There are pictures to help you follow each step.
You need to take your own samples to be tested – this is known as self-sampling.
- Men need to give a urine sample unless they are only doing a blood test.
- Women need to swab the vagina unless they are only doing a blood test.
You’ll need to take a blood sample to test for HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B, or hepatitis C.
It involves pricking your finger with a special needle called a lancet and it shouldn’t be too painful.
Follow this link for easy-to-follow instructions
Women need to take a vaginal swab to test for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, trichomonas, and mycoplasma genitalium.
Taking a vaginal swab is usually quick and simple for most people.
Follow this link for instructions.
Men need to give a urine (pee) sample to test for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, mycoplasma genitalium, and trichomonas.
Each kit contains a urine pouch and test tube.
Please follow this link for instructions.
A throat swab can test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea if you’ve had oral (in your mouth) sex.
Our kits contain a cotton swab that you rotate around your mouth for a few seconds.
Follow this link to see the instructions.