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STD Self tests

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Many thousands of people are infected with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) every year. In most cases, an STD is easily treated, but if not done so straight away, it can have serious consequences. To prevent contaminating others, you should have a test to be sure whether you have contracted an STD or not.

Many people leave an STD untreated for too long. Often they are embarrassed to see their doctor about their complaints or are not aware they have an STD. However, this means that they can contaminate others as STDs are highly contagious.

The STD self-tests provided by are the ideal solution. You can find out in the privacy of your own home whether you have a STD or not with a simple at-home STD test. If your test is positive, you can also start the treatment immediately by ordering the appropriate medication from, securely and anonymously.

Different STD self-tests

If you suspect you could have been infected with an STD and you want to know which infection you have, you can carry out an extensive at-home STD test. You can test for three STDs: chlamydia, gonorrhoea and trichomonas. You can also check with which disease your symptoms correspond most. That STD can then be tested separately, and for a number of sexually transmitted diseases, separate self-tests are also available from At-home STD tests provides fast and accurate results.

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