255€ – 640€
In cases of unprotected penetration (vaginal or anal) we recommend searching for the 6 infections that you might have without symptoms: HIV, hepatitis B, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, mycoplasma genitallium and syphilis. The window period of these tests is 4 weeks and the detection rate is 99%.
The quickest way to do a check-up with the most accurate tests (results will be ready in 2 or 48 business hours) is coming to Open House Madrid. Our doctors will give you advise about risks, symptoms, relevant tests, results and treatment if necessary.
Please read the product description and additional information before ordering the tests package for vaginal or anal sex in Open House.
Select the sites you would like to check for gonorrhoea, chlamydia and mycoplasma genitallium, the HIV test best suited to your situation and if you want the results in 2 or 48 hours:
In cases of unprotected penetration (vaginal or anal) we recommend searching for the 6 infections that you might have without symptoms: HIV, hepatitis B, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, mycoplasma genitallium and syphilis. The window period of these tests is 4 weeks and the detection are 99%.
This package includes blood test for HIV, hepatitis B and syphilis, and gonorrhoea, chlamydia and mycoplasma genitallium tests performed with a method called PCR. This method is the most sensitive nowadays and searches for the DNA of these bacteria in samples of the appropriate part of your body (throat, urine or rectum).
Before performing the test, you will be offered medical consultation with our specialist doctors. There you will be able to talk about possible risks that you could have been exposed to, issues that may worry you, your symptoms (if you had them) and technical aspects of the test you are about to perform. The doctor could also examine you if necessary. After the tests, you will be given the results by the mean you prefer, and the doctor will tell you his/her recommendations.
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