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Find out if you’ve got chlamydia using our home test kit.

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How it works

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New to home tests?

Just like your local GP or GUM clinic, we can help you get the tests and advice you need.

Our chlamydia home test kit is an accurate laboratory test that checks for genital chlamydia.

Collect a sample at home using the kit we provide, then mail it back to our partner laboratory.

If the test shows you have chlamydia, you and any partners can use our chlamydia treatment service to get the antibiotics you need, providing treatment is suitable for you. There’s a separate charge to get treated.

If you start to show symptoms before you get your results you must visit your GP or health clinic.

The test kit is unlikely to detect chlamydia if you got it in the last two weeks.


Chlamydia — why you should get tested

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the UK. You can get chlamydia in your genitals, throat or anus. This test kit is for genital chlamydia.

If you have a new sexual partner or you’re worried you may have been exposed to someone else with chlamydia you should get tested.

If you’ve got chlamydia symptoms, we can’t offer you a test or treatment. You must visit your GP or health clinic. It’s important to get treated because if left untreated it can lead to long-term health problems.


Accurate test kit for genital chlamydia

Learn important information about this home test kit

Get the facts about our chlamydia test kit from Dr Christina

About our STI home test kits

We have a range of STI home test kits available. Our service is confidential and you can take your test in the privacy of your own home or anywhere else you choose.

We recommend you get tested if you have a new sexual partner, more than one sexual partner, are worried that you might have been exposed to an STI or if you’ve had sex without a condom.


Page last reviewed by: Dr. Christina Hennessey 21/06/2021