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The Gonorrhea Test You Can Take From the Comfort of Your Home

Who wants to go through a big hassle of taking a gonorrhea test in a clinic when you can easily take one at home? When you’re testing for sexually transmitted infections on a routine basis, the process can seem like a tedious ritual. Make an appointment. Take time off from work to go to the medical facility. Sit in the waiting room for an unreasonable length of time. Have your name yelled across the room: a signal that it’s finally your turn! Then, have an awkward conversation about your sexual activities and preferences. Sound familiar?  All of that before payments, results or treatments. Honestly, there’s a better way.

To be clear, we’re referring to myLAB Box’s at home testing options!  Take a gonorrhea test, or screen for any number of other common STIs, from the comfort of home without any of the typical hassle.

Take a Gonorrhea Test From Home

The at-home testing process is simple but accurate. In fact, you will receive the same lab-certified results as from any medical facility. Here’s how it works:

  • Order your STD panel kit online. Don’t worry, we even include free shipping!
  • Test yourself at any time and from any place using the easy-to-follow instructions. This part only takes five minutes!
  • Send your sample back to the lab with the pre-paid return envelope that comes with your kit.
  • Get results online in a matter of days. Once you receive our email, you can log into a secure portal for your private results.
Gonorrhea Test Options From Home

Lucky for you, there isn’t only one gonorrhea test you can take from home. In fact, there are a number of ways. You can simply choose what makes the most sense for you personally.

Single Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Test:

Fortunately, when you use any home gonorrhea test from myLAB Box, you are also testing for chlamydia. This test kit is the perfect option if you know or believe that you were exposed to these particular infections. It tests for genital gonorrhea and chlamydia. Single infection tests are also available for trichomoniasis, genital herpes, bacterial vaginosis, yeast, HIV, HPV (for women 30+ years old), mycoplasma genitalium, syphilis and hepatitis C.

Extragenital Test:

This option allows for three-site testing. It detects gonorrhea and chlamydia in the genitals, just like the single infection test above. However, it also tests for these infections in the mouth and rectum. This test is most appropriate if you participate in oral or anal sex.

V-Box:

This test screens for common causes of abnormal vaginal discharge, including yeast, bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis.

Safe Box:

This five-panel test screens for some of the most common sexually transmitted infections in the United States. This includes HIV (I & II), Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomoniasis.

Uber Box:

This 8-panel test kit screens for the same infections as the Safe Box (HIV I & II, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomoniasis), but also includes HSV-2 genital herpes, Hepatitis C and Syphilis as well.

Total Box:

The Total Box is the most comprehensive at-home test on the market. Period. This test is perfect for those who want to get a full picture of their health. It screens for the fourteen most common infections in the United States: HIV (I & II), Hepatitis C, HSV-2, Syphilis, Chlamydia (genital, throat and rectal), Gonorrhea (genital, throat and rectal), Trichomoniasis and Mycoplasma Genitalium. Women who are 30 years of age and older can also add the option to test for HPV.

Love Box:

This test kit includes two Uber Box tests so that partners can test together for an honest and safe relationship.

Since this is the fourth most common infection in the United States, using a home gonorrhea test is the way to go. While symptoms may not be present, the infection still may be growing in your body and causing not-yet-seen complications.  Being tested is a vital step toward staying healthy.

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