Chlamydia test

Chlamydia test at OneDayClinic

Chlamydia is the most common STD in the Netherlands. Because most people infected with Chlamydia don’t experience any complaints it is important to get tested regularly when you practice unsafe sex and have multiple partners or when your partner does. When a Chlamydia infection stays untreated this can have serious consequences. Have you been warned by a previous partner about a possible infection, are you experiencing complaints or did you practice unsafe sex and are worried you might have contracted Chlamydia? At OneDayClinic you can get tested for Chlamydia anonymously. Please contact us for more information or to make an appointment, dial

+31 (0)85 070 3483.

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Why OneDayClinic?

  • Anonymous testing for STD
  • Tested within 20 minutes
  • The result within 1 working day *
  • STD Test starting at € 100
  • Cheaper than the GP
  • We are 1 of the most reliable tests

Allow yourself to be tested anonymously for STDs at OneDayClinic in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Den Bosch or Rotterdam

Complaints and symptoms of Chlamydia

The incubation period of Chlamydia varies from one day to five weeks. The majority of women with Chlamydia don’t have any symptoms. About a quarter of men who have contracted Chlamydia don’t experience any complaints. The following symptoms might be a sign that you have contracted Chlamydia:

Symptons in women

  • Different or more discharge than usual
  • Pain or a burning sensation while urinating
  • Vaginal blood loss between menstrual periods
  • Vaginal blood loss after having sex
  • Pain during and after having sex
  • Anal itching or irritation
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Bloody or slimy stool
  • Inflammation of the pelvic area
  • Fever

Symptons in men

  • Penile discharge, especially in the morning
  • Pain or a burning sensation while urinating
  • Testicular pain or pain in scrotum
  • Bloody or slimy stool
  • Anal itching or irritation
  • Fever
  • Anonymous testing for STI
  • Tested within 20 minutes
  • The results within 2 working day
  • STD Test starting at € 100

Get tested for Chlamydia anonymously

Recognising a Chlamydia infection can be difficult. The only way to get a definitive answer to the question if you have contracted Chlamydia is by means of an STD-test (The only way to know for sure if you have Chlamydia). The best time to get tested for Chlamydia is one week after the possible infection. In men, Chlamydia can be diagnosed with a urine sample. For diagnosing a Chlamydia infection in women we need a vaginal sample. We can obtain this via selfswab. Chlamydia can be found in different areas of the body, like the vagina, anus or throat. During the intake the doctor will decide if any additional samples need to be taken.

Test results within 48 hours

If you have been tested for Chlamydia at OneDayClinic Amsterdam, Utrecht, Den Bosch & Rotterdam you will get the results within 48 hours. You can check the results online via our test result portal. Click here to check the results of your STD test. If you have tested positive for Chlamydia infection you can immediately get treated at OneDayClinic.

If the test results are negative (you don’t have Chlamydia) it is still important to practice safe sex. That way you can prevent contracting Chlamydia or any other STD. Check out the risk factors for contracting Chlamydia.

Treatment for Chlamydia

A Chlamydia infection can easily be treated with antibiotics. You can get treated at OneDayClinic. After the treatment the bacteria that causes Chlamydia are eliminated and you can no longer spread the bacteria to others. It is still possible to contract a new Chlamydia infection.

If you are in a monogamous relationship, you and your partner both need to get treated and practice safe sex for one week after treatment with antibiotics. If the test results showed you have more than one STD, this advice may differ. Your doctor can tell you more about your specific situation.

If you have more than one sexual partner it is very important to always use a condom to avoid getting Chlamydia again or any other STD. Inform your sexual partners of the infection so they can get treated as well, even when they are not experiencing any symptoms. That way they can avoid complications by the infection spreading further and prevent unwillingly infecting others with the STD.

  • ✔Anonymous and reliable testing
  • ✔Tested in 20 minutes
  • ✔Test results within 48hrs
  • ✔STD Test starting from €100,-

Possible complications of untreated Chlamydia

Always make an appointment to get tested, even if you have any doubts. When left untreated, a Chlamydia infection can have very serious complications.

Complications in women

In women a Chlamydia infection can spread from the vagina and cervix to the mucous membranes that line the uterus and cause inflammation. From there on the infection and inflammation can spread even further to the fallopian tubes and ovaries. The inflammation can even spread to the abdominal cavity. This is called PID (pelvic inflammatory disease). PID can cause scarring in the fallopian tubes and might cause them to become obstructed, which can lead to infertility and increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy.

Complications in men

Men are also at risk for more serious complications from a Chlamydia infection. The bacteria can spread from the urethra to the prostate and epididymis (coiled tube on the back of the testicle that carries sperm from the testicle). This can lead to epididymitis which is inflammation of the tube. The inflammation can cause pain and swelling in the scrotum, fever and chronic lower abdominal pain. As in women, the inflammation can cause scarring which can lead to problems with fertility.

Chlamydia in pregnancy

Chlamydia can spread to your baby during childbirth. This can lead to very serious eye- or lung infections for your baby. It is important to get treated efficiently during pregnancy to prevent your baby from being at risk.

Are you worried that you might have an STD? Contact OneDayClinic for more information and anonymous testing. Send us an email: amsterdam@onedayclinic.nl or call us: +31 (0)85 070 3483.

Riskfactors

Chlamydia doesn’t always give symptoms right away. If a chlamydia infection stays untreated it can have serious consequences. If you are unknowingly infected with chlamydia and don’t have any symptoms you can be infectious to others. A chlamydia-test is the only way to know for sure that you don’t have an infection. Get tested if:

  • You have had unsafe sex
  • The condom broke
  • You are in a new relationship and want to have sex without a condom
  • You have been warned by a (previous) partner
  • You are pregnant and suspect that you are infected with chlamydia and you don’t want to infect your baby
  • You have symptoms that might point to a chlamydia infection (see signs & symptoms of chlamydia)

Prices of Chlamydia tests and other tests at OneDayClinic

Type of STD testYou will be tested for:Cost STD testRemarks
Basic std testGonorrhoea
Chlamydia
€ 100,-Price of the test includes a consult
Blood test (HIV,syphilis, hepatitis b en c)€100,-N/A
Mycoplasma en Trichomoniasis€135,-N/A
Extensive std testGonorrhoea
Chlamydia (urine/vaginal)
syphilis
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
HIV (blood test)
€ 150,-Price of the test includes a consult
Fast STD testGonorrhoea
Chlamydia
€ 200,-Only available in Amsterdam. Price of the test includes a consult
TreatmentChlamydia€ 50,-N/A
TreatmentGonorrhoea€ 80,-N/A
  • Anonymous testing for STI
  • Tested within 20 minutes
  • The results within 2 working day
  • STD Test starting at € 100

Types of STDs and STI tests

In the Netherlands, an estimated 100,000 new STI infections per year occur. There are several STDs and each STI can cause other complaints. Do you want to know more about the complaints or treatment options of a specific STI? Look further here.

Chlamydia test

Chlamydia is the most common STD in the Netherlands.

Gonorrhoea test

Gonorrhea is caused by an infectious bacterium.

Syphilis test

Syphilis is an infectious STD and is also called lues.

Hepatitis B & C test

Hepatitis B is a liver inflammation caused by a virus.

HIV test

HIV is the virus that breaks down the immune system and can cause AIDS.

Herpes test

Herpes is a virus that surrounds the skin and mucous membranes of genitals, anus or mouth.

Genital warts test

Genital warts are warts that are in the area around the genitals and / or the anus.

Mycoplasma test

Previously mycoplasma was labeled as a bacterial infection, but now it also falls under the heading of “STD”.

Trichomonas vaginalis test

Trichomonas vaginalis is a parasite (infection) that can develop several symptoms.

      •  Completely anonymous testing for all STDs
      •  Tested within 20 minutes
      •  Within 2 working days the result (or within 2 hours, excluding in Amsterdam)
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The STD examination at OneDayClinic

We often get the question how an STD examination at our clinic works. Below you can read the steps we take to test and treat you on STD’s.

How does it go after making an appointment?

After you have made the appointment, there will be a confidential conversation with the doctor. During this interview, a number of personal questions are asked to assess which risk you have run on STDs. On the basis of these risks, the doctor gives advice about which tests should be taken in your situation. Together with you, a decision is made about which tests you ultimately want to take.

Which STD can I have?

You will be asked a number of questions: whether you have sex with men, women or with both sexes and whether oral, anal or vaginal sex has taken place. This is asked because the STD’s can cause chlamydia and gonorrhea at different locations in your body. Infections with these STD’s caused by bacteria remain local and do not just spread through your body or blood. It could be that you have contracted chlamydia in your anus and not in your throat, while you have had anal and oral sex.

What should I pay attention to prior to the test?

When making the appointment it is important to take the window phase into account. The window phase is the period between the sexual contact (possible moment of infection) and the ability to demonstrate the infection with the test. For tests on chlamydia and gonorrhea we keep two weeks after the sexual contact (on indication this may sometimes be earlier). We stay on for three months for HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C.

The man must not have been to the toilet for at least three hours or take morning urine with him.

Do I have to take my clothes off?

Physical examination is often not necessary. HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B and C are excluded through a blood test. Chlamydia and gonorrhea is tested in the male via the urine and the woman through a ‘selfswab’ (or with a cotton swab). If oral and anal sex has taken place, this is excluded via an anal swab or a throat swab. You can do this yourself, but you can also leave this to the doctor.

      • Urine test

The research on chlamydia and gonorrhea in men can be done with the aid of a urine sample. When you are infected, bacteria can be found, especially in the urine. In women, a selfswab is more reliable than a urine test.

      • Blood test

Syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV can be demonstrated by a blood test.

      • Selfswab smear

With a smear, fluid is removed from the vagina. This determines the presence of chlamydia and gonorrhea. This does not hurt. Because chlamydia and gonorrhea can be found at different locations (vaginal / anal / throat), extra swabs may have to be taken. The doctor will determine in the initial interview whether this is necessary.

Do you have complaints that point to a STD? Do not wait and make an appointment for an STD test.

The treatment of an STD

Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis can be treated with antibiotics. You can also contact OneDayClinic for this treatment. However, HIV is more difficult to treat. There are medicines to suppress these STDs and their symptoms, but not to remove the viruses from the body. OneDayClinic will guide you for further treatment and refer you to a specialist in the hospital.

When will I get the results?

If you have had an STD test, the urine, the smear or the blood will be examined in the laboratory. You can check the results online via our test result portal. Click here to check the results of your STD test. At OneDayClinic everything is completely anonymous.

Alert your partner

If you have an STD, it is important that you warn your partner(s). Warn not only your current partner, but also your former partners. They can also have the STD without having complaints. They can pass it on to their partners unnoticed again. By warning your partners, you prevent the STD from spreading or that they are faced with serious consequences because they have not been treated.

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