STD Profile, 3 in 1 Home Kit

STI test at home, 3 in 1 Profile STD Kit - £45

From: £45.00

The easy choice is to order a sample kit online for at-home STD testing.

And there are Urine or Swab Kit options.

a-1-i-135759Swab/Tub
a-2-i-135759Includes return postage
a-3-i-135759Sample Kit delivered to your home
a-4-i-135759Sample Kit Result Same Day

Biomarker Qty: 3

a-5-i-135759Chlamydia PCR
a-6-i-135759Gonorrhoea PCR
a-7-i-135759Ureaplasma PCR
Swab
Tub
Yes
No

£84.00

What is the STD Test at home?

3 in 1 Profile:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Ureaplasma

Why choose us?

Because we use CE-certified PCR laboratory STD Test equipment, a hassle-free swab STI sampling kit will be sent to your home the day after you place the order.

Also, it would help if you remembered to follow the simple instructions and then post them back to our labs free of charge.

  • Deal Direct Laboratory Best Prices
  • Deal Direct Laboratory Best Support
  • Pre-Paid Royal Mail Tracked 24/48, Return to Lab Label included.
  • Result Certificate Issued by Confidential Email (No SMS)
  • Support via WhatsApp during business hours

 

What does it Include?

Swab option (Recommended for STIs as more reliable)

  • 1x Swab
  • 1x Sample tub
  • 1x Protective plastic case
  • 1x Return bag UN3373
  • 1x Pre-paid label
  • 1x Instructions for use

Urine Option

  • 1x Sample container Tub
  • 1x Return bag UN3373
  • 1x Pre-paid label
  • 1x Instructions for use

What is the ordering Process?

  • Fast, Easy & Private: Order kits online for next-day delivery
  • Please follow the instructions for use.
  • WhatsApp support if you need help
at home STD STI Tests Check Step 1

Order your kit online and once it arrive collect your sample at home.

at home STI STD Test Check Step 2

Then, drop off the Kit in the morning to the Royal Mail Red Street Box. Use the Track24/48 Return Label to the Lab.

At Home STD STI Chlamydia Tests Check Step 3

Lastly, once your results are ready, we will send you an email with your Result. Also you can view the report in your Dashboard.​

Good sample management for STDs starts at home when you take your sample. Therefore, please do not leave it sitting around the house; instead, wait for some time for you to return it to our Laboratory. Therefore, please send it the same day. However, if you do not send it on the same day, it can damage the sample, and you might have to do it again.

And for all STIs, please ensure your sample is activated and registered in your dashboard to avoid the “UFO” status when your sample arrives at the Laboratory. Finally, samples with UFO status are destroyed. And you will need to purchase a new one for £9.50.

What are the sampling Instructions?

Click here for STI Swab instructions on how to do a Swab kit at home

Click here for STD Urine instructions on how to do a Tub kit at home

How Long Will the Results Take?

The target turnaround time for the swab or urine sample result is one working day from receiving it in the laboratory.  And we offer a while-you-wait service for £50 is available.

What is the shipping and Return Policy checklist?

We have a 14-day return policy, which means you have 14 days after receiving your item to request a return.

But, to Qualify for any return, the STD Test kit product must be in the same condition as when you received it. And please ensure it is not used, not opened, unworn, and in its original packaging. And you will also need to send it to us with the receipt or proof of purchase.

Also, please return to Medicines Online, 89 Falcon Rd, London. SW11 2PF

Lastly, you can read our full return policy here:

https://medicinesonline.org.uk/return-policy/

Furthermore, we offer next-day delivery. However, courier delivery times are out of our control, so we are unable to provide refunds for late deliveries. However, you will receive courier tracking information once your order has been dispatched. Also, orders placed by 1 p.m. are posted on the same day.

 

What are the Common Questions?

  • Firstly, what is it?

    • It is a common disease that can cause infection among both men and women. And it’s detected with an STD Test.
  • And how is it spread?

    • And it can be spread by having vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone with chlamydia.
  • So, if I am pregnant, does a disease affect my baby?

    • And if you are pregnant and have it, you can give the infection to your baby during delivery.
  • Therefore, how can I reduce my risk of getting disease?

    • But if you are sexually active, you can reduce the risk of getting infected by using condoms correctly every time you have sex.
  • But what are the symptoms?

    • Often, there are no symptoms, but it can cause serious health problems even without symptoms. However, if symptoms occur, they might appear only several weeks after having sex with a partner who has chlamydia.
  • However, is there a treatment which can cure it?

    • So, please consult your GP/healthcare provider for treatment.
  • Therefore, when can I have sex again after my treatment?

    • You should not have sex again after completing the treatment.
  • But can I get it again if I am cured?

    • Yes, if you’ve had it in the past and you’ve been cured, you can still get it again. But this can happen if you have sex without a condom with someone infected.
  • And how long does it last?

    • It usually does away within 1 to 2 weeks. And you should avoid having sex during this time to prevent transmitting the disease.
  • And what happens if I do not get treated?

    • And if untreated chlamydia may increase your chances of getting or giving other infections, including HIV.

Additionally, some Gonorrhoea questions:

  • So, what is it?

    • This disease can be in the genitals, rectum and throat.
  • And how is it spread?

    • Also, it can be spread by having vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone infected.
  • How can I reduce my risk of getting it?
      • But if you are sexually active, you can reduce the risk of getting it by using condoms correctly every time you have sex.
  • And if I am pregnant, does it affect my baby?

    • If you are pregnant and have it, you can give the infection to your baby during delivery.
  • What are the symptoms?

    • Often, there are no symptoms, but it can cause serious health problems even without symptoms. And the symptoms can include an unusual sore, smelly discharge, burning when peeing, or bleeding between periods.
  • But is there a treatment which can cure it?

    • The healthcare provider will give the cure to treat it.
  • And what happens if I do not get treated?

    • An untreated infection may increase your chances of getting or giving HIV. And can cause serious and permanent health problems, including infertility.
  • When can I have sex again?

    • Therefore, you should wait seven days after completing your treatment.
  • Also, can I get it again if I am cured of it?

    • Yes, you can get infected again. And you can get it from an untreated partner or a new partner, so it’s best to have an STI test at home before dating anyone new.
  • Finally, how long does it last?

    • It usually goes away in up to 2 weeks. And you should prevent having sex during this time to prevent transmitting the disease.

Interpretations

What is the Scientific Data from the Instrument and Reagent Supplier?

Technology Method:

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

Limit of Detection:

NEISSERIA GONNORHOEAE/ CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS/ U. UREALYTICUM:

1×104 CFU/mL, 5×102 IFU/mL, 1×104 CFU/mL , respectively.

Sensitivity:

Firstly, the positive and negative coincidence rates in the STI kit’s positive and negative reference controls were 100%.

Specificity:

No cross-reactivity of the kit between the microorganisms was observed.

Accuracy:

Also, precision reference controls were tested 10 times, and the Ct value’s coefficient of variation (CV%) was no greater than 5%.

Result/Outcome/Range –

Positive/Negative/Inconclusive

Validation-Active Information:

  • EQA: Yes
  • Inter-laboratory validations
    • Periodic according to the validation schedule
    • Event-triggered- Qc/Calibration/New materials/Batch

Accuracy

Importantly, the accuracy of any of our diagnostic tests is defined as the combination of sensitivity and specificity variables. Sensitivity is the test’s ability to confirm positive results; specificity eliminates negative results. Furthermore, all our methods are validated with high accuracy (up to 98.5%).

Variables

Accuracy can be affected by various factors that our lab cannot control. Infection intensity, patient health, and sample quality, dependent on adherence to “home testing” procedures, can all limit the results. Although our tests are extremely sensitive, a poor-quality swab makes it harder to detect the presence of infection, as fewer viral particles will be present. Please carefully consider the information sheet accompanying your sample collection kit to ensure a high-quality sample.

Detection

The 3-in-1 STD Test profile PCR detection test accurately checks the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis,  Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and Ureaplasma urealyticum bacteria in the sample. It can accurately distinguish between the presence of each of these common STIs.

Any diagnosis should be discussed with your healthcare provider. And results from the Medicines Online screening laboratory are intended to be viewed with a patient’s medical history, diet, genetics, lifestyle, and other factors that may influence test results, which should be shared with your GP when discussing these results.

Positive result

A positive result suggests the presence of viral particles in the sample during testing. Upon receiving positive results, you should contact your healthcare provider for treatment. It is possible any or all of the bacteria checked for do not present symptoms of the disease, but you may still be infectious to others.

Negative result

While this STD check can provide reassurance, it is important to understand its significance. This means the exam did not detect the presence of infection at the time of testing. Therefore, results should still be discussed with a healthcare provider while considering lifestyle and sexual history. If you are in contact with someone who has STD tests and is positive for the disease or has begun to present symptoms consistent with the disease, you should contact your GP.

Content References
  1. BOAS Information: https://www.bpas.org/more-services-information/
  2. CDC Gov: https://www.cdc.gov/
  3. SH24: https://sh24.org.uk/
  4. CDC Gov Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/
  5. NHS Starting out: https://www.nuh.nhs.uk/
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