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Randox Confidante Home STI Testing Kit

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Randox Confidante Home STI Testing Kit
Randox Confidante Home STI Testing Kit
Randox Confidante Home STI Testing Kit
Randox Confidante Home STI Testing Kit
Confidante will test for 10 of the most common STIs and will detect even those infections that do not show any symptoms, providing a comprehensive and private profile of your sexual health.

£89.99 each £89.99 each

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Product Information

Confidante will test for 10 of the most common STIs and will detect even those infections that do not show any symptoms, providing a comprehensive and private profile of your sexual health.

Features

Comprehensive test detecting 10 STIs: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Herpes simplex Virus I, Herpes simplex Virus II, Trichomonas vaginalis, Mycoplasma hominis, Mycoplasma genitalium, Ureaplasma urealyticum, Chancroid. Completely private service from purchase to results: the test is 100% confidential and will not be shared with any other parties, including your GP, and will not appear in your medical records. Your Unique Reference Number is required to obtain your results; they will not be given out without this. Results are available in just a few days. Discreet delivery to preferred address.”

Benefit

Regular screening can aid in detecting an infection in the early stages and help to reduce the risk of such complications.

Warning or Restrictions

Avoid contact with the clear solution contained within this sample collection tube. This solution may cause irritation if it comes into contact with eyes or skin. In the event of this happening, rinse thoroughly with water and seek medical advice

Product Specification

Height (2) Width (2) Depth (2)

Product code: 805899

Product Uses

For the detection of common STIs based on a urine or lesion swab sample

Recyclable

All items are safe to dispose of in your domestic waste after using the kit

Tips and Advice

All STIs have an incubation period following a sexual encounter. If you do not have symptoms such as genital blister or sore, you are advised to wait at least 14 days from the suspected exposure before supplying a sample for testing.