SELFCheck SELFCheck Home Screening Female Chlamydia Test 1 Single Test



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The SelfCheck Home Screening Test for Female Chlamydia is a fast and accurate test that can give you results from the comfort of your own home. The SelfCheck Female Chlamydia home screening test requires a swab from the lower vaginal area, which is then immersed in a solution to detect the presence or absence of chlamydia organisms. The test can be carried out in under 5 minutes and produces an easy to read visual result. This test will help you determine if you need to take further steps in booking a consultation with a healthcare professional to facilitate earlier medical intervention.

  • Contains 1 single test
How To Use

IMPORTANT: This test is not suitable for use if you are pregnant or during a period.

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Delivery Within Ireland 

  • Free Delivery Over €45
  • Orders will be dispatched within 1 working day
  • Shipping for orders under €45
    • €4.99 for An Post (order by 3pm for same day dispatch)
    • €4.99 for Fastway (order by 3pm for same day dispatch)
    • €5.99 for DPD (order by 1pm for same day dispatch)

European Courier Delivery (DPD) Deliveries to France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Poland, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, Portugal & Finland will now use a courier service. This is a faster shipping service than current postal times with shipping now estimated within 5-7 working days.

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For more information on international delivery, please read our Delivery Information page.

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What does the test detect?

The test detects Chlamydia trachomatis infection.

What sample does the test require?

The SELFCheck Female Chlamydia test contains a vaginal swab.

What advice is given following a positive result?

Make an appointment to see your GP or visit a GUM clinic for treatment.

Can the test be used during pregnancy?

No. The test involves inserting a vaginal swab so it is not suitable for use during pregnancy.


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