The Veneris test offers rapid diagnosis for Chlamydia, a STD caused by the Chlamydia Trachomatis bacteria, by using a sample of vaginal secretion taken as close as possible to the cervix.
This test is for female use only, but in case of a positive result, the treatment should be administered to both of the sexual partners.

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Testing cassette, sample buffer test tube, sterile swab, instruction manual.
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More than 98.3% specificity, same as the laboratory tests.
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Results in 15 minutes.
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Test for WOMEN.
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Chlamydia infection is the most frequently occurring sexually-transmitted disease. You can get
chlamydia by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex as well as newborn babies of infected mothers
are the most frequently affected.

Infections without sexual contact (e.g. from swimming pools) are rare, but not impossible. Younger adults (between age 16 and 25), those who frequently change sexual partners. Chlamydia trachomatis infections frequently have no symptoms. However, they may lead to complaints such as eye infections, arthritis, and urinary-tract infections. In addition, untreated infection frequently leads to infertility and increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy and preterm births. In developing countries, Chlamydia trachomatis infection is the most common cause of blindness among newborns.

It is particularly important to treat Chlamydia infections in pregnancy. Around 50 % of infected mothers pass the infection on to their newborns. Common complications among newborns include conjunctivitis and pneumonia.

How to use

Collect the sample from inside of the vagina

Open the red lid of the tube

Insert the cotton tip in the solution inside the tube

Wait exactly 5 minutes

Close the red lid of the tube and shake gently

Take out the testing cassette from the foil

Apply 2 drops in the S field of the test

Wait 15 minutes for the result

Frequently asked questions

70-75% of the women having Chlamydia trachomatis infections frequently have no symptoms, but when symptoms do appear, they are: the urge to urinate, sore when passing urine, pain during a sexual contact, abdominal pain, irregular periods.

If your test result is positive you should see your doctor in order to discuss the result. Please take these instructions with you to your appointment, so that your doctor is able to gain a clearer picture of the test you have performed.

If your test result is negative you are highly unlikely to have a Chlamydia trachomatis infection, but it is still recommended that you take the Veneris range and are regularly checked by your doctor.

We recommend you retain all the test materials and contact the importer.

Instructions video for the Veneris test for Chlamydia