How is Gonorrhea testing administered?
To test for Gonorrhea infections, the Nucleic Acid Amplification Test or NAAT is used to amplify DNA from Gonorrhea to determine existing infection. The NAAT test has proven to be easier and more accurate than previous methods and is currently the standard among STD testing centers. This urine test can be done at one of our official Gonorrhea testing clinics or with an at-home testing kit to screen for infections.
How soon will I get results?
You can usually get results within 2-3 business days and sometimes even in 24 hours. Your results can be delivered to you via phone call or email. Detailed instructions will be given to instruct you on how to read your gonorrhea test results.
Preparing for the Gonorrhea test.
Please do not urinate for at least an hour before entering the local STD testing center of your choice.
What samples are needed?
A urine sample is all that's required to check for Gonorrhea infection whether you're testing in a clinic or with an at-home testing kit.
What if I test positive for Gonorrhea?
Staffed physicians are available to provide free phone consultations should you test positive.
To get tested for Gonorrhea today at a local clinic, please call toll free 888-480-5680. No appointment is necessary.
You can get more Gonorrhea information here.
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