- sores, bumps or blisters near your genitals, anus or mouth
- burning or pain when you urinate (pee)
- itching, bad smell, dripping or unusual discharge from your genitals or anus
- pain in your lower abdomen
- bleeding from your vagina between your menstrual periods; pain or bleeding with sex, and heavier than usual menstrual periods
You can develop serious complications if not treated. If you have any of these symptoms, online testing is not for you. Contact the Sexual Health Clinic at 519.355.1071 ext. 5901 for an appointment in person.
Are you at risk?
- Have you had oral sex, vaginal sex or anal sex without a condom or shared sex toys?
- Do you have a new sexual partner or have you had more than two sexual partners in the past year?
- Have you had sex with someone with a sexually transmitted infection (STI)?
If you have sex, get tested once a year and when you have sex with a new partner.
Ready to take the test?
If I test positive for chlamydia or gonorrhoea, I am aware that I will be:
- contacted by a public health nurse
- required to be treated (provided for free at the Sexual Health Clinic)
- asked to provide information about my sexual partners
This information will be used to contact these partners to ensure that they are tested and treated.
My name will NOT be released to these partners.
I do not have any symptoms of an STI. I want to get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhoea now.
Click here to get tested now!