A: The main thing
is to not worry or panic if you find out you have Chlamydia.
Chlamydia is easily treated, depending on your
circumstances treatment can be with a single course or a longer
course of antibiotics.
We can't prescribe you treatment if
you test positive, but we recommend it would be best to go to your
local GP. Alternatively you can visit http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Chlamydia/ to
find your local sexual health or GUM (Genito
Urinary Medicine) clinic where you can also get any
treatment and advice you need.
If you test positive, it is also
very important that you let your sexual partners know that they
might have an STI too, this is so they can get tested and
treated. It is advised that you notify any sexual partners
that you have had within the last six months.
If you do not wish to contact all your sexual partners yourself,
your GUM (Genito Urinary
Medicine) clinic or sexual health clinic can contact
them for you, confidentially if you wish.
More about Chlamydia here
A: If you have not
received your testing kit within seven working days from when you
placed your order, please get in touch with us on our contact page and
tell us your full name, the first line of your address and
postcode. We will get back to you as soon as possible
Sometimes there can be a delay with
the package if there are adverse weather conditions or if there is
a postal strike. If this is the case, wait up to ten working days
before ordering your package again.
Q: Is free testing available in my area?
A: We are currently
adding places around the country, so keep checking our website for
updates in order to find out if free testing becomes available in
Q: Why can I no longer order a free Chlamydia test
A: 'Don't Pass
It On' works in partnership with local NHS authorities to offer a
free service for 16-24 year olds. If you can no longer order a free
Chlamydia test kit it means that we are no longer working with your
local NHS authority. Don't worry, we are still able to offer a
Chlamydia test kit via our 'Just Between Us' service. A testing kit
costs just £19. Find out more about our Chlamydia test kit.
Alternatively, you can still receive a free test by visiting your
local GP or GUM clinic.
A: 75% of women and
50% of infected men show no symptoms of Chlamydia. Without having a
test, you may not know that something is wrong. If left
untreated, the infection can cause health problems.
More about Chlamydia here
A: No problem, just
go to this page, fill in your details and
your access key will be sent to you either via your chosen contact
A: In the
testing kit, we will provide you with an Access Key. We will also
send you an Unique ID by e-mail and/or SMS. We prefer to keep these
separate for security reasons.
When your results are ready to be
viewed on the website, we will send you a notification by SMS,
e-mail or both. We prefer not to send you your results by e-mail or
SMS because you never know who might be looking over your shoulder
or the timing might not be convenient for you.
A: If seven
full working days have passed and you have not received a
notification to tell you that your results are ready, please get in
touch with us on our contact page and tell us your full name, the
first line of your address and postcode. We will get back to you as
soon as possible.
Sometimes adverse weather conditions
or a postal strike can cause a delay with the package. In such an
event, please wait up to ten working days before ordering your
i prefer not to go to a clinic. Doing it this way it better
Its definitely worth getting tested ppl!
Came back as negative, whoop!
Really quick and discreet. I took the test and got the results without having to talk to anyone
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