100€ – 400€
You can carry out gonorrhoea, chlamydia and mycoplasma genitallium test (by PCR method) if it has been two weeks since the contact. This method searches for the genetic material of these bacteria and samples can be easily collected. These are the bacteria that may or may not cause symptoms after any sexual practise.
Once you place the order we will send you a kit to collect your sample, a courier will pick it up at the address provided. The samples will be at Open House in 24 hours. You will get results by email in 2 hours or 3 to 8 business days after receiving the samples. You can go to Open House to take the samples, avoiding the shipping time period.
Open House Guarantee: in case of a positive result in any test, you will get advice with our specialist doctors just for 25€.
Please read carefully the product description and the additional information before purchasing the gonorrhoea and chlamydia tests.
Select the sites you would like to check for gonorrhoea, chlamydia and mycoplasma genitallium and if you want the results in 2 or 3 to 8 business days:
If you have had unprotected oral sex or penetration, you do not want to check serology tests and two weeks have passed since the contact, you can do gonorrhea, chlamydia and mycoplasma genitallium tests by PCR method. This method searches for the genetic material of these bacteria and its detection rate is 99%. You can get the results in 2 hours or 3 to 8 business days. These are the bacteria that may or may not cause symptoms after a practise of oral, anal or vaginal sex.
This package includes: kits for the collection of your pharynx, urine or vaginal samples, instructions for the collection, a bag to put the kit in and a return envelope.
Our packaging is very discreet, and the product is delivered in an opaque and sealed bag.
For any doubts please contact us at 914 29 49 59 in our opening times or visit the following informative sections:
What infections are related to anal or vaginal sex?
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