Open Plan for vaginal symptoms includes tests for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, mycoplasma genitalium, myclopasma hominis and some kinds of ureaplasma and trichomonas by the PCR method, the most sensitive technique nowadays. These tests are recommended for women who have had unprotected vaginal sex and are experiencing vaginal symptoms.
Open House Guarantee: in case of a positive result in any infection, you will get free advice with our specialists doctors.
Please read carefully the product description and the additional information before ordering the package for urethral and vaginal symptoms.
If you have vaginal symptoms and you want to be sure whether they may be due to a sexually transmitted infection (STIs), you can use our Open Plan, specifically designed for these symptoms. This consists of a complete checking, all tests performed with the PCR method (the most sensitive test nowadays, which searches for the DNA of these bacteria). This test detects the DNA of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, mycoplasma genitalium, myclopasma hominis, ureaplasma and trichomonas.
These tests are recommended for women who have had unprotected vaginal sex and are experiencing vaginal symptoms (increased vaginal discharge, odour, pain during sex, etc.).
This package includes: kits for the collection of your 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. The packaging to return your samples is also discreet.
For any doubts please contact us at 914 29 49 59 in our opening times or visit the following informative sections:
Symptoms of STI´s
Risks of every type of sex. What infections are related to oral, vaginal and anal sex?
Do you need more information about chlamydia, gonorrhoea and other related infections?
Do you have any doubts before performing the test? You can book a phone consultation with our specialist doctors.
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