What is Rapid Chlamydia & Gonorrhea PCR STD Testing?

Chlamydia and gonorrhoea are 2 common Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) which can infections in various parts of the body such as penis, vaginal, anus, throat and eyes.

Most commonly you will experience discharges from the penis/ vaginal or discomfort when passing urine.

However, the majority of men may not have any symptoms and for women, 50% may also not have symptoms.

The infection will stay in the body for a few weeks after the symptoms have been treated.

In rare instances, Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia can continue to cause damage to the body, specifically the urethra and testicles. Pain may also spread to the rectum. An overview of Gonorrhoea

 

At Dr Tan and Partners, we recognize that symptoms like abnormal vaginal discharges, penile discharge or discharge from the rectum can cause quite a bit of worry.

Thus, we have introduced a Rapid STD testing (next day results) that can detect these 2 infections within a day.

Which means that you can get the necessary treatment quickly as well.

All it requires is a urine sample or swab from the vaginal/ throat/ anal

 

This Rapid STD Testing detects for the presence of the DNA of the 2 organisms, making the test very sensitive

 

If you think you may have symptoms suggestive of chlamydia or gonorrhoea infection or if you think you may have been exposed and you are interested in an STD Screening, please visit a doctor for further evaluation.

 

Take Care!


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