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Urine Test for STDs

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Get Urine test for STD online in India at shycart. This package includes tests for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Ureaplasma Urealyticum and Parvum and Mycoplasma genitalium. So Book STD Urine test online for 100% accurate results.

Chlamydia Profile Test

What is Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is a Sexually Transmitted disease (STD) caused by bacteria called C. trachomatis. Chlamydia is difficult to discover in the early stages. In fact, people typically do not show symptoms of potential infections. Chlamydia will become chronic for some people. Even though it does not show any symptoms initially, it will cause fatal health issues if left untreated or unobserved. Therefore it's always suggested to consult the doctor, even if there is little indication for the infection.

Chlamydia test

Chlamydia test online includes 2 tests - Urine and Swab test.

Urine Test

A urine sample (first urine of the day is preferred) is collected and analysed in the research lab to observe the bacteria - C. trachomatis.

Swab test

For women, the genital discharge is collected in a swab for a culture test or antigen test to detect the presence of C. trachomatis. For men, the slim swab is inserted into the penis to get the sample from the urethra. If chlamydia is acquired in the anus, then the sample is collected in the swab from the anus.

The window period for chlamydia treatment is within 1-3 weeks after the sexual intercourse.

Chlamydia Causes

First and foremost cause for chlamydia is having unprotected sex. Oral and anal sex will also cause Chlamydia. In some cases touching each other's sex organ have caused chlamydia. The chlamydia may also be acquired by a newborn baby if the mother is infected. Chlamydia is often transmitted to the one who had an infection earlier and successfully recovered.

What is Gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea is one of the most common Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) caused by bacteria called Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. This bacteria usually infect the moist/warm areas of the body. The common infected region includes:

1. Eyes
2. Throat
3. Vagina
4. Urethra
5. Anus
6. Female Reproductive parts (Uterus, Fallopian tubes and cervix)

Gonorrhea is transmitted to a person by unprotected sex, oral and anal sex. People who have intercourse with many partners and don't use condoms are more likely to get infected by Gonorrhea.

Gonorrhea Test

The Gonorrhea test involves the collections of samples with the help of swab from the symptomatic area such as vagina, urethra, penis, rectum or throat. The collected sample is then placed on a glass slide for diagnostic purpose. If the person has pain in the joints or blood infection, then the blood sample of that particular region is drawn out for the test. After collecting the samples, samples are diagnosed with the addition of stain to it. After which the samples will be examined under the microscope. Gonorrhea test will result in positive if the cells react to the stain. Even though this test sounds easy and simple, the certainty of this test is not convincing enough to confirm the infection.

However, there is another test to confirm the infection. This test will also require the same set of samples. These samples will be placed in a special dish and then incubated in an ideal growth condition for several days. Gonorrhea test is positive if the gonorrhea bacteria grow as a colony in that special dish. This Gonorrhea test will take up to three days to confirm the infection.

Ureaplasma Urealyticum/Parvum

Ureaplasma is a bacteria which can be transmitted by sexual contact even though it is not considered as the STD due to its very low pathogenicity. There are two types of Ureaplasma - Urealyticum and Parvum. A study shows that the large chunk of the sexually active population is affected by this bacteria and showing no health issues.

Ureaplasma Urealyticum/Parvum Test

There are two tests to confirm the infection - Urine test and Swab test. The doctor will collect the urine sample or genital swab sample to run a PCR test to determine the DNA of the bacteria. This test will result in positive if it matches the DNA of the bacteria. However, the Ureaplasma test will take upto 36 hours to process.

Mycoplasma Genitalium

Mycoplasma Genitalium is a sexually transmitted pathogenic bacteria. This bacteria is usually found on the skin cells of the genitals and urinary tracts of the infected person. Mycoplasma Genitalium is also known as Mgen. It can also increase the chances of spreading HIV and eventually causing STD. It is caused or transmitted by sexual contact. And in some cases, this bacteria is acquired just by touching or rubbing each other's genitals.

Mycoplasma Genitalium Test

No test has officially been approved by the FDA to detect or confirm the presence of Mgen. But the doctors recommend Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) which involves the collection of a urine sample or a genital swab of the infected person. This sample will be then tested for the nucleic acids of the bacteria that is either DNA or RNA of the bacteria.

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