3 in 1 Veneris Test offers fast diagnosis from a simple urine test for the most frequent genital infections: candidiasis (Candida Albicans), bacterial vaginitis (Gardnerella Vaginalis), thricomoniasis (Thricomonas Vaginalis).

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One test card with 3 testing fields, dropper, urine cup, 0.5ml sample buffer test tube, instruction manual.
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More than 98.4% specificity, same as the laboratory tests.
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Result in 15 minutes.
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Sexually transmitted infections are among the most common causes of the disease in the world and have major health, social and economic consequences. A delay in diagnosis and treatment in early stages can lead to serious complications such as infertility, pregnancy loss, ectopic pregnancy, anogenital cancer, premature birth, and neonatal and infant infections. Bacterial vaginitis (VB) is characterized by a replacement of the vaginal flora, normally dominated by lactobacilli, with an abundant and complex flora of bacteria found in the vagina. Severe vaginal secretions with unpleasant odor are usually symptoms of Gardnerella Vaginalis (GV) infection.

The Candida Albicans (CA) infection occurs when there is an excessive development of this fungus in the vaginal flora. Symptoms are: thick vaginal secretions with unpleasant odor, granular appearance and itching of the vulva, in women, and in the foreskin area in men.

Trichomonas Vaginalis (TV) is a sexually transmitted protozoa. A patient with tricomoniaza has abnormal, fuzzy, yellowish-green vaginal discharge, irritation and pain of the vulva, perineum and thighs, pain during sexual intercourse and urticaria during urination.

Bacterial vaginitis, candidiasis and tricomoniasis are responsible for 90% of cases of vaginal infection.

How to use

Collect the urine sample and introduce 6-8 drops in the tube

Swirl clockwise the content for 5-6 seconds

Drip 3-4 drops on the testing spot

Wait 15 minutes for the result

Frequently asked questions

No, the urine can be collected at any time. However, the first urination in the morning will have higher concentration which aids the test accuracy.

No, the bloody urine contains red blood cells which can alter the reading since the reaction line for this test is also red-purple.

It is suggested to add no more than 8 drops of urine into the test tube to mix with the buffer. For test purpose, it is better to add no more than 6 drops as it may leak out of the Sample well (S well) and affect the reading.

The test reading cannot be longer than 30 minutes because the negativity detected may become positive as time gets longer due to air oxidation. The result will not be accurate and cannot be taken as a final record.

The depth of color will vary depending on subject's urine composition, temperature difference, and humidity. The background color can be purple, red, or close to white. The test is effective as long as the line appeared on the “C” Control zone.

While there are many possible symptoms of Gardnerella vaginitis, there are a large percentage of women (and men) who do not have any symptoms. If Gardnerella is not treated in a timely manner, the bacteria can transfer to the urethra and also cause a urinary tract infection. The bacteria may also cause an abnormal Pap smear result, but treating the infection should result in a negative test result (pending there are no other issues).

In women: Several symptoms of this type of infection are redness, dryness, burning, and itching. Some causes of candidiosis infection are the kind of clothing worn and even stress can set off an outbreak. A lot of women have claimed that yeast infection was developed when they started to have their menstrual cycle. Even if it is frequently seen to infect women's vagina's, it is sometimes seen in the oral cavity, men's foreskins, folds of the skins, and in babies diapered areas. In men: Candida albicans infection in males rarely happens. In cases when men develop this infection it is frequently called Balanitis which is found in the penile head of uncircumcised men.

In women: Vaginal discharge is common. This is typically greenly-yellow, and may be 'frothy'. The discharge usually has an unpleasant or fishy smell. Your vagina and vulva may be itchy and uncomfortable. The irritation may extend into the groin. Sex may be painful. It may be sore when you pass urine. No symptoms occur in up to half of infected women. However, you can still pass on the infection even if you have no symptoms. In men: Discharge from the penis is common. It may be sore when you pass urine. You may pass urine frequently (due to irritation inside the penis). No symptoms occur in up to half of infected men. However, you can still pass on the infection even if you have no symptoms.

Please make an appointment with a doctor for further personal advice and attend any possible clinical tests. Doctors will provide detailed information and suggestions for the test positive subjects.

This indicates that the subject does not have Candida albicans, Gardnerella vaginalis or Trichomonas Vaginalis infection. However, it is strongly suggested to do the test with a sex partner because male may not have any symptom while infected and other partner may be infected through intercourse.

Instructions video for the Veneris 3in1 STD rapid test for Candidiasis, Gardnerella and Trichomoniasis