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The 7-in-1 STI Testing Kit can be used to test for seven different STIs: chlamydia, gonorrhoea, herpes simplex (I and II), trichomonas vaginalis, gardnerella vaginalis, ureaplasma and mycoplasma genitalium.

You can now buy the 7-in-1 STI test kit online from our UK-based pharmacy. We’ll ship your order by special delivery, so you’ll receive it in just one working day.

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7-in-1 STI Test

This test screens for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, mycoplasma genitalium, ureaplasma, trichomonas vaginalis, gardnerella vaginalis and herpes (HSV-1 and -2).  


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The 7-in-1 STI Testing Kit can be used to test for seven different STIs: chlamydia, gonorrhoea, herpes simplex (I and II), trichomonas vaginalis, gardnerella vaginalis, ureaplasma and mycoplasma genitalium.

You can now buy the 7-in-1 STI test kit online from our UK-based pharmacy. We’ll ship your order by special delivery, so you’ll receive it in just one working day.

This content was reviewed by a clinician on

25 June 2021
dr daniel

Dr Daniel Atkinson

(GP Clinical Lead - GMC No. 4624794) 25 June 2021
Product information

The 7-in-1 STI Test Kit can be used to test at home for seven different STIs, including:

You can buy the Full 7-in-1 Urine Test Kit online from our UK pharmacy. We ship all test kits via secure next-day courier, so you can expect to receive it in one business day. When you click to buy, our doctor will ask you a short series of questions, to make sure you’re getting the right test.

When you receive the test kit, the instructions will guide you on providing a urine sample, which is then sent to our partners at The Doctors Laboratory to be analysed. The turnaround time at the lab for this test is two days upon receipt, and when your results are ready, they will be sent to our doctor. We will then send you a text message or email to let you know that your results can be viewed in your secure patient area.

If you test positive for any of the STIs listed, our doctor will contact you to issue further advice on what you should do next.

Please note that this test does not screen for HIV, syphilis, or hepatitis B or C. Testing for these conditions is done through a blood test, which you can also order from us. (Read more about getting the HIV test kit online.)

STIs: key information

In England alone in recent years, there have typically been between 400,000 and 450,000 new STI diagnoses reported on an annual basis.

Numbers fluctuate, but almost half of these (around 200,000 per year) have been cases of chlamydia, and about 10% (roughly 40,000 per year) have been cases of gonorrhoea. Genital herpes tends to account for a slightly smaller share (approximately 33,000 new cases annually).

The majority of bacterial STIs are transmitted through unprotected vaginal, oral or anal sex. However, herpes, which is a viral condition, can be transferred from one person to another through contact with an infected sore; so using barrier protection such as condoms does not necessarily prevent the risk of this.

Not all STIs cause noticeable symptoms. Herpes can lay dormant for long periods, and someone may not develop sores or blisters until they have had the virus for some time (or at all).

Bacterial STIs such as gonorrhoea, gardnerella vaginalis (which can cause bacterial vaginosis, or BV) or mycoplasma genitalium can cause symptoms, but not all of the time: trichomonas vaginalis (TV), which is a parasitic infection, is thought to be symptomless in 50% of cases; and the majority of chlamydia cases won’t cause any noticeable signs whatsoever.

Why you should get tested

Because of their capacity to be invisible, the only way to know if you have an STI in the majority of cases is to get tested.

When not treated, some STIs can develop into more serious conditions or cause complications, such as infertility; so getting medical attention is crucial.

Is home-testing as accurate as an NHS test?

The test itself follows the same method as that used in NHS testing. Therefore, as long as you follow the instructions carefully when collecting your sample, the test should be just as reliable.

Click ‘order now’ to buy your 7-in-1 full urine STI screening kit from our UK pharmacy. We’ll ship your kit by special courier, and after you have completed the sample and posted it back to our partner lab, your result should be ready within two days of receipt by them. We’ll send your result to your private patient area, and notify you by text or email when it is ready.

Sex after a sexually transmitted infection 

Being diagnosed with an STI can be stressful, and it can be hard to know when it is fully safe to have sex again. 

We recommend that after you have completed your course of treatment you should wait for three weeks to allow for any trace of infection to leave the body. After this, we strongly advise taking a second test to best ensure the infection has been successfully eradicated. After these steps, it is then safe to resume sexual activity. 

Some STIs such as herpes can be treated, but the virus itself may never be completely removed. People who have tested positively for these types of STIs should always use condoms. If you are looking to conceive a baby with a sexual partner and have an STI that cannot be removed entirely, we highly recommend you speak to your doctor or a sexual health specialist for further advice. 

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Page last reviewed:  25/06/2021

In your kit, you will receive:

  1. a prepaid envelope
  2. a request form
  3. a name label
  4. a test kit box
  5. a urine collection box
  6. a urine sample tube
  7. and a protective wallet
Page last reviewed:  25/06/2021
Please read the patient information leaflet for this medicine fully before use:

Full STI (Urine) Test Kit


To help ensure this test is as accurate as possible, make sure you follow the instructions closely.

An instruction leaflet will be supplied with the kit, which you should read before use.

Below, we’ve provided a summary of these instructions to give you an idea of what the test involves.

  • It’s generally better to collect your sample first thing in the morning

  • First, go to the bathroom and wash your hands

  • Complete the request form and name label (we may have pre-filled in some details for you)
  • Stick the completed name label on the urine sample tube
  • Squeeze the sides of the urine collection box to form a container
  • Begin passing urine into the urine collection box. It is important that the first part of your urine when you start is collected in this box
  • Stop when the box is half full, and finish urinating in the toilet
  • Carefully set the urine collection box down
  • Unscrew the lid on the urine sample tube
  • Taking care not to spill any urine on the outside of the tube, begin transferring urine from the urine collection box into the urine sample tube. Stop when the tube is filled to the 9ml line
  • Screw the lid on the urine sample tube so it is tightly fixed
  • Discard any leftover urine and the urine collection box
  • Put the urine sample tube in the protective wallet
  • Place the completed request form and urine sample tube in the test kit box and seal
  • The test kit box should then be placed in the envelope provided and sealed
  • Post the envelope to The Doctors Laboratory on the same day that you took the sample, as soon as you can
  • Normally, results take two working days to process at the lab

When your results are ready

  • We’ll text or email informing you, so you can login to your secure patient area to access your result
  • If you test positive for any of the conditions listed, our doctor will call you to provide further advice on treatment and partner notification

If you have any questions about your test kit, please contact our doctor via your patient area, or get in touch with our customer care team.

Page last reviewed:  25/06/2021
Please read the patient information leaflet for this medicine fully before use:

Full STI (Urine) Test Kit


How does it work?

When you place an order, you’ll be asked a few questions by our doctor, to make sure this test is the right one.

When you receive the test kit, you’ll need to follow the instructions provided to collect a urine sample and send this to our partner lab.

Who is your partner lab?

Our pathology testing partners are The Doctors Laboratory, who are based in the UK.

How will I be notified?

We’ll text or email you (whichever you’ve told us is your preference) to let you know your test result is ready. You’ll then be able to view this by logging into your secure patient area on our site.

How long does it take?

You should receive the test kit from us within one working day after you order it. The normal turnaround time for the lab once they have received the sample is two days. So, as long you don’t delay collecting and sending off your sample, it should be possible to get your result in a total of around one week or less.

What kind of sample do I have to give for the 7-in-1 STI test?

This test requires a urine sample. See the instructions on our directions tab for more information.

What happens if I’m negative?

If you test negative for all seven STIs, you won’t need treatment for them.

However, if you test negative but still have any symptoms described, then you may need to see a doctor for further tests to determine what’s causing them. Our doctor will issue specific advice in this case.

What happens if I’m positive?

Our doctor will advise you on the treatment you need, and offer support with partner notification.

We work with SXT Partner Notification to provide any additional help you may need with this.

Are these STIs curable?

Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, mycoplasma genitalium, ureaplasma, TV and gardnerella vaginalis infections can all be treated with antibiotics, and are ‘curable’.

Herpes simplex is not currently curable, but there are treatments which can help to effectively limit the condition and prevent flare-ups.

When is it safe for me to have sex again? 

Only after waiting for three weeks after treatment has concluded and after a second test has confirmed that any sexually transmitted infection has been successfully removed. 

For an infection where there is currently no cure, like herpes, we advise always employing the use of a condom. Even in instances where the condition is limited and there are no current visible symptoms. 

Can you get STIs twice?

Yes. There is no limit to the number of times someone can contract a bacterial STI. If you have had an STI before and had it successfully treated, this does not make you immune to getting it again. You should always practice safe sex to limit your risk as much as possible.

If somebody is infected with herpes, they will have it for life, so you can only ‘get’ herpes once. However, the virus can reactivate and cause subsequent flare-ups, so it’s possible, and common, for someone with herpes to develop blisters and sores several times.

Who should get tested?

If you have been informed by a previous or current sexual partner that they have been diagnosed with an STI, or have symptoms, you should get tested without delay.

People who are sexually active but are not in a relationship with just one partner should also get tested on a regular basis. At least once a year is usually recommended, but you should get tested right away if you have had unprotected sex and are concerned, or if you develop any suspicious symptoms.

Page last reviewed:  25/06/2021
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