You should wait for at least one week before taking the test if you have had unprotected sex. Though, if you know for sure that the person you had sex with is infected with chlamydia, you should take the test as soon as possible.
The test kit consists of a vaginal swab for people with a vagina and a urine sample for people with a penis. Instructions for taking the test are enclosed in the kit.
Your test is analyzed for genital chlamydia and genital gonorrhea. Read more about chlamydia here and read more about gonorrhea here. The sample is not tested for other sexually transmitted diseases, or chlamydia/gonorrhea exclusively in throat, rectum or eye. If you are worried or have questions about any of these, please contact a healthcare centre, a youth guidance centre or an STI/STD clinic.
No, the test kit is personal, and can only be used by the person who placed the order. If someone else has used a test which you ordered - Please contact us.
The test kit material is selected based on your civic registration number, i.e. legal gender. If you are uncertain whether the materiel will be right for you, or if you wish to receive another type of test kit, please contact us and we will arrange it.
The tests are just as accurate as the tests you would take at a healthcare centre. We use the same labs and methods as healthcare centers, youth guidance centers and STI/STD-clinics. Please note that testing too early after unprotected sex may give a false negative test result. Therefore, you should wait at least a week before taking the test.
The packaging is discreet without any logos or references to Klamydia.se.
Yes, you can. Simply state the address to which you want the test kit to be delivered when placing the order. Make sure that you fill in the name of the resident under "c/o" if you are not registered at the address.
For reasons of confidentiality, we do not offer information about individual test results via email. Please contact us if you have lost your personal code.
If your test shows that you are infected with chlamydia you will be instructed to visit a health care provider for examination and contact tracing. This can be done at different types of healthcare centers, depending on which region you belong to, for example at a regular healthcare centre, a youth guidance centre or an STI/STD clinic. Some regions offer digital services.
Chlamydia is included in the Communicable Diseases Act, and is thereby subjected to mandatory contact tracing. This means you are obliged to participate in contact tracing if your test result is positive.
If you are positive for gonorrhea, the STI/STD clinic will contact you for further examination and treatment. You might have to leave additional sample(s).
If you have followed the recommendations regarding treatment that you recieved from your physician, you can trust that you are infection-free. You should not take a control sample, as long as you do not think you have been infected again.
If you need to take a test again, you should wait at least four weeks after finishing treatment before taking the test, in order not to risk a false positive test result.