Comprehensive Female Testing Kit Instructions
247Labkit’s comprehensive female testing kit is the perfect solution for women looking to get tested privately for an array of STDs, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, syphilis, HSV, HIV, and Hep C.
Syphilis is a common STI that’s capable of causing serious health issues without treatment. The infection itself develops in stages, but its severity can be greatly reduced with prompt, thorough treatment.
Trichomoniasis is easy to treat with the right antibiotics. More often than not, infected individuals are prescribed Metronidazole to be taken twice daily for 5-7 days.
Comprehensive Male Testing Kit Instructions
The comprehensive male testing kit from 247Labkit covers all your bases, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, HSV, HIV, and Hep C. Using a blood card, urine test, and simple swab collection, our experts will test your sample and have your results to you in a quick, discrete manner.
While Hep C is curable in 95% of cases, HIV is not. However, HIV is treatable and there are several medication and treatment options available today.
HSV, also known as herpes, is a common infection capable of causing painful blisters and ulcers. Primarily, it is spread through skin-to-skin contact and can be treated with medication.
Blood Card Collection instructions
Basic & Standard Female Health Testing Kit Instructions
Our basic and standard female health testing kit includes everything you need to test for two of the most common sexually transmitted diseases–chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis. Using a urine a collection, the basic and standard test kit is both easy to use and return to our lab for quick, discrete results.
These STDs are spread through oral, vaginal, or anal intercourse with an individual that’s infected with either STD. Even if your partner does not ejaculate, it is still possible to become infected.
Luckily, both gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis can be treated and cured with the right medication. Simply pay a visit to your doctor to learn more.
The only way to avoid chlamydia and gonorrhea altogether is by avoiding intercourse. However, forming relationships with people who are regularly tested and utilizing protecting during sex can be highly effective in reducing your odds of getting an STD.