How stdcheck tests for Gonorrhea
Their CLIA-certified testing centers use the Nucleic Acid Amplification (NAA) test, the most accurate gonorrhea test available, to look for the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria. Because the test uses a small urine sample, there is no uncomfortable swabbing or undressing.
All laboratory testing, including STD tests, accuracy rates are measured in terms of sensitivity and specificity. The FDA-approved gonorrhea test has a sensitivity rate of 99.8% and a specificity of 99.3%.
Does this gonorrhea test use blood or urine?
The NAA gonorrhea test is a urine test. When you arrive at the testing center, the lab technician will collect a small sample for testing.
What do I need to do to prepare for the test?
Do not urinate at least one hour prior to arriving at the testing center.
When is the right time to test?
Everyone’s body reacts differently to the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria, so there is no exact incubation time. It is recommended to wait at least 2 to 6 days after exposure to the disease before testing. This allows the bacteria to fully develop for easier, more accurate detection. If you are treated for gonorrhea, re-testing is recommended two weeks after completion to confirm that you are cured.
What will the gonorrhea test results say?
If your results are negative, there were no signs of a gonorrhea infection. Positive results will show the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria.
What happens if you test positive for Gonorrhea?
If you test positive for Gonorrhea, our doctors are available for a free phone consultation. They will answer any questions you might have about your test results, discuss available treatments and prescribe medications for your Gonorrhea infection at their discretion. You can also call or chat live with our Care Advisors 24/7.
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Gonorrhea is curable. Treatment is available with the use of antibiotics. If you test positive, our doctors are available for a free phone consultation to answer any questions you might have about your test results and available treatments. They can also prescribe medications to treat the infection at their discretion.
Who needs testing?
If you are sexually active, you are at risk of contracting gonorrhea. Untreated it can cause permanent and serious health problems. Symptoms often include discharge, burning during urination, unusual sores, or rashes in the genital area.
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