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If you are experiencing symptoms or haven’t been tested in a while, an STI test is always a smart decision. Depending on what STI you would like to test for, the time between when you are infected and when the test results are accurate, or the window period, varies. For example, gonorrhoea may only be detected by a test after 14 days, while chlamydia is usually detectable and causes symptoms between one and three weeks. You can test for STIs easily using an STI test, either at a clinic, doctor’s office, or from home.

Test for: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, Syphilis and HIV

Test mode: Blood test for STIs infecting the blood (HIV, Syphilis) and an urine test for infections of the penis

Incubation period: From 2 weeks after infection

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Frequently Asked Questions

The window period is the time between when you were infected with an STI and when it is detectable with a test. Every STI has its own window period. If you test for an STI before the window period has passed, you may test negative even if you are infected. The window period is presented as a range of time because while most infections can be detected at the beginning of the window period, a small percentage may only be detected after the end of this period. See below for more information about the specific window period per STI and determine when you can reliably administer this test.

  • Chlamydia: 1 – 3 weeks, usually after 14 days
  • Gonorrhoea: After 14 days
  • Trichomoniasis: 1 – 4 weeks, usually after 21 days
  • Syphilis: 10 – 90 days, usually after 28 days
  • HIV: 4 weeks – 12 weeks
  • Hepatitis B: 60-180 days
  • Herpes I & II: 3 weeks – 3 months

Yes, you can. Sometimes symptoms do not appear until much later or do not appear at all, depending on the STI you have contracted.

Most STIs are easily treatable if you get tested and start treatment in a timely manner.

Unfortunately, most STIs do not go away on their own. The sooner you are aware that you have an STI and get it treated, the greater the chance you will have no long term health effects from an STI. In addition, getting tested and treated prevents you from spreading STIs to other people.