Chlamydia test

Clamelle home testing kit is available from the Medicinesbymailbox Pharmacy to help detect chlamydia. Results within 7 days and patient confidentiality assured.

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Chlamydia test

Chlamydia test

Prescription fees

Medicinesbymailbox supplies medicine on prescription and charges a small prescription fee based on the order value of each prescription.Prescriptions are issued by our doctors online and sent electronically to our pharmacy.If you have your own private paper prescription please post to our pharmacy (details).

Order value Prescription fee
Any Order Value £0.00

Clamelle testing kit product information

Clamelle testing kit is used to find out whether you have been infected with chlamydia. 

You should get tested if:
  • You are considering starting a family and are worried about reduced fertility due to chlamydia.
  • You have recently had unprotected sex and are worried that you may have chlamydia.
  • You have changed your sexual partner.
Note: the results of the testing kit are completely confidential and you will be given a unique reference number. Your GP will not be informed unless you request to. 

How to use

Clamelle home test kit contains:
  • Instruction leaflet
  • Test request form
  • Urine sample bottle
  • Transport container
  • Pre-paid pre-addressed padded envelope

Follow the instruction given with the test kit and post the urine sample off directly to the designated laboratory. Your result will be available within seven days.

Alternatively, Chlamydia testing is also available from sexual health clinics, GPs and family planning clinics. If you are sexually active and under 25, you can opt for the National Chlamydia Screening Programme.

Test results

If you have a positive results, you should inform your recent sexual partners and encourage them to be tested too. This is to help with the diagnosis so that they can be treated effectively. An antibiotic can also be provided by Medicinesbymailbox Pharmacy to you or your partner for clearing the infection.

If you have a negative results, it means you do not have chlamydia. However, that does not mean you do not have other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). You should get tested for other STIs or consult your doctor if you are concerned.

If the result of your test is unclear and is recorded as neither positive or negative, the test should be repeated. This is known as 'an equivocal test result'. If you experience this you can message the doctor in 'Your Account' section  with the details of your results and your URN. We will provide you a replacement kit free of charge.