Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) that is typically easily treated with antibiotics.
The Chlamydia Urine Test works by collecting a urine sample and measuring the levels of chlamydia found in that sample.
Routine testing is recommended for anyone who is sexually active, as STDs can remain latent and asymptomatic for long periods of time. Even while asymptomatic, they can lead to serious complications when left untreated, including infertility.
This test is frequently ordered as part of a routine STD screen, and is recommended for people who exhibit symptoms, who know they have been exposed, or who have been previously treated and need to confirm that treatment was effective. Symptoms may include genital pain or itch, burning during urination, or abnormal discharge. Your provider may ask you to refrain from urinating for at least an hour before this test.
+$15 service fee
Price does not include the Physician Service Fee ($6) and the Lab Collection Fee ($9). These non-refundable fees cover the ordering and oversight of lab tests and follow-up services when appropriate.
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Your provider may order a urine test for chlamydia if you have changed sexual partners and feel you may be at risk for contracting the disease, or if you are pregnant and could therefore be at risk for transferring the disease to your child.
Your provider may wish to order a Chlamydia Urine Test if you’ve exhibited the following symptoms:
You cannot take a Chlamydia Urine Test at home — this test can only be administered by a medical professional at a licensed testing facility.
Once you receive the results of your urine test for chlamydia, you will need to consult with your provider. Only a medical professional can advise you on the results of your chlamydia test and help you develop a treatment plan if necessary.
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection, not a condition that changes with age. However, it is possible for a chlamydia infection to lie dormant for a long period of time.
There are no special requirements for the Chlamydia Urine Test. Your provider will instruct you on how to provide a urine sample in the lab test facility. Chlamydia Urine Test results typically take 2-4 business days to process.
The cost of a Chlamydia Urine Test listed on Tripment Health is transparent and final — you will never be asked to pay additional fees at the testing facility, or receive a surprise bill down the road.
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