Chlamydia Test Panel

How we test for Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is tested in our CLIA certified labs using a urine specimen from you and is found to be the most convenient way to screen and detect Chlamydia trachomatis.

Though there are a number of diagnostic tests for Chlamydia that include nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), cell culture and others, NAAT’s are recommended by our doctors as they are the most sensitive tests and can be performed easily on specimens of urine collected from both men and women that are infected with this disease.

No special preparation like fasting is involved and the test is usually completed within a short span of time. Results are available within 24 to 48 hours.

How is Chlamydia tested, is it a blood or urine test?

Chlamydia is tested using a urine sample from you and it normally takes about 15 minutes to complete the test.

How can I prepare for this test?

Since Chlamydia is tested using a urine sample from you, no swabbing or undressing is required for this test. Further, there’s no physical examination involved for this test.

When is the best time to be test for Chlamydia?

If you are concerned about a possible exposure to Chlamydia infection, the best time to get tested is a 1-5 days after the exposure. Generally, Individuals who have been treated for Chlamydia should test again few weeks after treatment to ensure that the bacterium has cleared.

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Who should get tested for Chlamydia?

Both men and women are equally likely to contracting Chlamydia. If left untreated it may result in serious health complications such as infertility and susceptibility to other sexually transmitted infections such as HIV. According to CDC, 10 to 15 percent of women with untreated Chlamydia contract pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which can potentially cause infertility. Further, there are nearly 3 million new Chlamydia infections in US. The main reasons for this trend is that Chlamydia often does not have any symptoms and it spreads easily. Therefore, the best way to ensure your sexual health is to get tested periodically. CDC recommends Chlamydia testing for all sexually active men and women. Another reason to consider testing for Chlamydia is if you have had unprotected sex with a partner whose STD status you do not know or are uncertain about. A person infected with Chlamydia is most likely to pass it to their sexual partner.

Can Chlamydia be cured or treated?

Chlamydia is curable. The treatment plan usually involves administration of an oral dose of Azithromycin or Doxycycline antibiotics. The infection should clear up in a week or two with treatment.

It is important that one finishes all antibiotics even if they feel better to prevent a case of drug resistance. Re-infection is possible after treatment; therefore, retesting should be done after three months for confirmation. In the event of treatment for sexual partners, sexual contact should be avoided up to at least one week after treatment to avoid re-infection. Latex condoms should be used during future sexual encounters be they vaginal, anal or oral.

How to Interpret Chlamydia test results?

A positive test result shows the existence of an active Chlamydia infection that can be easily treated and cured with antibiotics. With a negative test result, the bacteria may not necessarily be absent as it may take some time before it is traced in a urine or swab test.

Immediate consultation is necessary if one is diagnosed with Chlamydia. A doctor will prescribe the appropriate treatment, answer questions and recommend ways of avoiding re-infection after treatment.

Our STD testing services include…

Doctor recommended tests: We offer the exact same STD tests trusted by doctors nation wide.

Results usually in 3 business days or less: You’ll receive an email alerting you when they’re ready.

Unlimited support from the Care Advisors: Our team is here to help you during the entire testing process.

Labs near you: Visit one of the trusted testing centers that we work with for your STD testing.

Confidential treatment of your information: We take your privacy seriously and protect your information with industry-standard technology.

A doctor to discuss your results: Doctor consultations by phone are available if your results require further explanation.

Prescriptions available: If appropriate, our doctors will send a prescription for you to your local pharmacy.

Personal guidance and referral services: We will connect you with a specialist in your area for further follow up treatment, when appropriate.

When Is The Best Time To Test For STDs?

The best time to test for sexually transmitted diseases is now. The best way to test is with our comprehensive 10-Test Panel that checks for all of the most common STDs.

Most STDs are "silent" and do not show symptoms. You can have an STD and unknowingly transmit it to others. If you suspect you have contracted an STD through unprotected sexual contact, sharing drug injection equipment, or by coming in contact with infected blood, it is important that you get tested as soon as possible to avoid any health complications. For answers to your questions about our 10-Test Panel, call our counselors 24/7 at 1(855)847-7254.

Individual Tests

Individual tests are offered in case you want to run tests for one or multiple infection types to eliminate your concern about having specific infection type. These tests are also offered in case you would like to retest to confirm that an existing infection has been cured following a treatment.

You may choose to select one or more tests from the individual tests offered in the list below:


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Our FDA approved HIV RNA test can be taken after 6 days of exposure and can conclusively detect an HIV infection as early as 9-11 days after exposure.


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Excellent service hands down. My test was quick and results were available sooner than I expected. The best part was the privacy of the test. No one asked me personal questions, and the whole process was quite discreet.