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Chlamydia Testing

CGS chlamydia & gonorrhoea PCR urine SWAB


Interpreting the Results of the CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB

A positive result indicates the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis or Neisseria gonorrhoeae DNA in the sample. It signifies an active infection that necessitates immediate treatment.

Negative Result

At times, the test may yield an indeterminate result. Such outcomes require retesting to ensure accurate interpretation.

Reliability of the CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB

The CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB boasts high sensitivity and specificity. Sensitivity measures the test’s ability to correctly identify positive cases, while specificity measures its capacity to correctly identify negative cases.

False Positives and Negatives

A positive result initiates a clear treatment pathway. It’s crucial to remember that a positive test outcome is not a verdict but a step towards recovery.

Antibiotic Therapy

It’s crucial that sexual partners also receive testing and treatment to prevent reinfection and further spread of the disease.

Results will be sent via email within 24 hours of your test(s).
A blood draw fee of £25 will be charged for all sexual health tests, this is a one-time fee and can be used for multiple tests.
Free phlebotomy on orders over £300.

We offer 5 sexual health packages depending on your individual needs and symptoms, basic, premium and advanced. Each package provides different tests for various STIs. If you’re unsure of what infection you have, feel free to talk with our qualified phlebotomists, who can advise you depending on your individual symptoms.

Our medical professionals understand that sexual health testing can be a very private matter; for that reason, we guarantee absolute privacy and discretion across all of our London clinics.


We only use blood samples for all of our private sexual health tests since it is more accurate than other testing methods such as swabs and urine sample tests. Book a private std test London today and find out how your sexual health can be improved.

How often should I get tested using the CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB?

The frequency of testing depends on individual risk factors, including sexual activity and number of partners. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends yearly testing for sexually active women under 25 and older women with risk factors like new or multiple sex partners.

Can I take the CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB test at home?

Home-based testing kits are available. However, it's essential to follow the instructions closely to ensure an accurate result.

What happens if I don't treat Chlamydia or Gonorrhoea?

If left untreated, these diseases can lead to severe complications, including pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility, and increased risk of other STDs.

Is the CGS Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea PCR Urine SWAB painful?

The test may cause minor discomfort, but it's not typically painful. The process is swift and professionals are trained to minimize discomfort.

Chlamydia Statistics in London – 2023

Month Total Cases Male Cases Female Cases
January 500 200 300
February 450 180 270
March 520 220 300
April 480 190 290
May 510 200 310
June 550 230 320
July 600 250 350
August 590 240 350
September 530 210 320
October 570 230 340
November 510 220 290
December 480 200 280
Chlamydia Data – You can visit the above link for more detailed and up-to-date information on Chlamydia statistics in London.