Why should you test for STDs?
4 reasons (+ fun fact!)
A risk for your future child
We all know the danger of HIV and AIDS. Did you know that the other "big ones" can have a huge impact as well? Untreated Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea may lead to infertility and birth defects.
18.4% of people who test have an STD
Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea (The Clap) and Syphilis are on the rise in Switzerland. Infection rates have doubled in the past 5 years. Find out which diseases you are at risk for with our Test Advisor.
Condoms don't offer full protection
Just like you can still get pregnant if you use the Pill, you can still get a sexually transmitted disease when you use a condom. Learn more about when you should be testing.
Corona is an STD
Of course, most often Corona infections stem from poor hygiene or insufficient protection in public places. But did you know it can also be transmitted through sex? That is not a reason for abstinence though 😉
Our STD tests
All our tests are certified lab tests for chlamydia and gonorrhoea. They are especially packaged and designed for home sampling. STDs that you contracted more than 14 days ago are discovered.
Testing for STD's in 4 steps
Not sure whether you should test? Or what to test for? Try our free advice.
What to test for?
Find out what are the most common sexually transmitted diseases for people like you.
What to do with symptoms?
Is it itching where it shouldn't? Do you feel pain when urinating? Is the skin around your genitals red?
Should you get tested?
We've all been there. If you did run risks with sex, you should know when to test.
How to protect a mother-to-be?
Men and women alike: if you are pregnant or planning to have a child, protect the unborn and its mother.