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SELFcheck Female Chlamydia Test is simple and reliable test to detect a Chlamydia trachomatis infection. Unlike other STIs, the symptoms associated with female Chlamydia can be difficult to dectect, but once diagnosed this infection can be easily treated with antibiotics. However, if left untreated, females with Chlamydia can develop a range of complications like pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), damage to the fallopian tubes which may inhibit or prevent conception in later life and, an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy. The SELFcheck Female Chlamydia Test is an easy to perform test with a visual result within just 5 minutes. You can carry out a test in total privacy, ensuring confidentiality while providing necessary information to help you to manage your personal health.
Key Features of SELFcheck Female Chlamydia Test
Carefully unpack the test kit.
In a comfortable position, collect a vaginal sample using the swab provided (following the instructions carefully).
Place swab in develop solution.
Add a few drops to the test cassette.
View results within minutes.
Only suitable for women. Keep away from children. Do not use the test during your period or within 3 days after. Not suitable for pregnant women. Do not use if you are on antibiotics or within 14 days of completing a course. If you are concerned about the symptoms you are experiencing, we recommend that you seek medical advice from your GP. If you have completed a self-test and are concerned about your results or your symptoms are still present, we suggest that you talk to your GP or one of our Pharmacists for more advice.
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