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STD PLUS Test | Female

€99.00

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Reliable test results from ISO15189 accredited medical laboratories.

After a risk contact, wait at least two weeks to test for chlamydia, gonnorrhea, mycoplasma and trichomonas.

If you prefer delivery in a pick-up point, you will be able to choose the preferred pick-up point in your neighbourhood after your payment has been processed.

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Types of STDs in this test

STD Plus - Female -

80% of sexually transmitted diseases are asymptomatic (do not display any symptoms), however, if symptoms do occur, they are likely to present themselves within two weeks of disease.

General symptoms for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomonas and Mycoplasma

  • abnormal vaginal discharge
  • bleeding between periods
  • pain or bleading during or after sex
  • vague pain in the lower abdomen
  • pain when urinating
  • inflammation in pelvic area: specific for Chlamydia
  • yellow-green vaginal or anal discharge: specific for Gonorrhea
  • greenish-yellow frothy, bad smellin vaginal discharge: specific for Trichomonas vaginalis

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Tricomonas, Mycoplasma

Incubation period for the above mentioned infections vary between 1-14 days and can extend to 21 days, therefore most sources recommend getting tested after at least 14 days or more.