Chlamydia Testing

Chlamydia Test -$109.00

What do I need to know about Chlamydia testing?

The test is looking for evidence of infection by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.  The preferred method of testing currently is the molecular test also known as nucleic acid amplification tests (NAAT). This test is based on amplification of the DNA that is present in Chlamydia trachomatis. Molecular testing for Chlamydia trachomatis is currently the standard and is widely utilized.  The advantage of molecular tests is that they are generally more sensitive and specific than conventional culture and can therefore identify more positive specimens.

What kind of sample is necessary for this test?
A urine sample collected at one of our Patient Service Centers.

Any test preparation needed?
Please do not urinate an hour prior to visiting our Patient Service Centers.

What does my Chlamydia  test result mean?
A positive test indicates an active infection that requires treatment with a course of antibiotics.

A negative test means only that there is no evidence of disease at the time of the test. It is important for those who are at increased risk of infection to have screening tests performed on a regular basis to check for possible exposure, especially since re-infection is common, particularly among teenagers.

If you are infected, your sexual partner(s) should also be tested and treated as well.

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