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Home Chlamydia Test: Women


Chlamydia is the most common STI worldwide. As many people with chlamydia infections have no symptoms, it is possible to be infected without knowing it. Approximately 75 percent of all women experience no symptoms at all from a chlamydia infection. Despite a lack of symptoms, an untreated chlamydia infection can cause negative long-term health effects and infect others.

Do you have symptoms, have recently had unprotected sex, or have you been warned by a sexual partner to get tested? Then take the self-sampling STI test via Homed-IQ.

Test for: Chlamydia Trachomatis

Test mode: Vaginal swab

Incubation period: From 2 weeks after infection

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, chlamydia is easily treated with antibiotics. Your doctor will review your positive result and prescribe the correct medication for you. Within a week or two the infection should be cleared from your body and symptoms will subside.

If your test result is positive, visit your GP to receive a prescription for antibiotics that will treat the infection. To avoid spreading chlamydia to others, avoid having sex until your treatment is complete and listen to your doctor’s advice on when you can safely have sex again. If you received a single dose of antibiotics, wait 7 days before having sex. If you want to check whether the infection has completely disappeared after treatment, we advise you to wait at least 6 weeks after treatment for a reliable result.

A regular pap smear or pelvic exam does not detect chlamydia. However, you can request your gynecologist perform a chlamydia test at the time of the examination.

Left untreated, a long-term chlamydia infection can cause health problems. The most common complications of untreated chlamydia are discussed in the article ‘How long does chlamydia last?’. In men, untreated chlamydia can cause inflammation of the testicles and tubes that carry sperm from testiles, as well as infections of the urethra.