Quick Turnaround Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea (Throat Swab)
Throat swab test against chlamydia and gonorrhoea with quick turnaround
Our Quick Turnaround Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea (Throat Swab) allows you to diagnose chlamydia and gonorrhoea infection that may have occurred following oral sex. It offers a one day turnaround time upon reaching the lab.
- Clinic test£155
Visit a private STD clinic to deposit your sample
Accurate from 14 days
This is the amount of time you must wait from exposure to testing
- Turnaround time 1 day
This is the time it takes once reaching the lab
Who is this test for?
This test is for anyone who believes they may have come into contact with chlamydia or gonorrhoea as a result of unprotected oral sex. It’s also useful if you have symptoms in the throat that you believe could be associated with either of these STDs.
Results for this test will usually be available within a day of being received by the laboratory. All of our samples are sent to the laboratory by either post or courier, usually taking 1-2 working days, depending on the time of your appointment.
When can I take this test?
This test offers accurate diagnosis 14 days after exposure to chlamydia or gonorrhoea. Testing before this time will likely result in incorrect results unless you’re exhibiting clear symptoms. For more information on testing window timeframes, contact our customer services team on 0161 660 2599 or by using the Live Chat function.
Clinic test procedure
By selecting a clinic test you’ll be assisted by a nurse or doctor in one of our sexual health clinics located across the country.
1. Book your test
To book this test, simply press the ‘Select This Test’ button above. You’ll then be taken to our booking page where you can choose the best clinic for your needs.
2. Arrive at the clinic
Our clinics are all based in a discreet setting and because many of them are general health clinics, there’s no reason why anyone will know that you’re there for a sexual health screening. Just let the receptionist know who you are upon arrival.
3. Your swab sample
Your swab sample will usually be taken by a nurse or doctor at the clinic. It’s important that you follow the instructions carefully to ensure it’s taken from the correct area of the throat.