Online STI Testing

Online STI Testing

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea are common STIs. Most people don't have any symptoms.

If you’ve ever had unprotected sex you could be at risk of an STI. The good news is that Testing is simple and treatment is easy. Take the test below to see if you are at risk.

If it shows that you are at risk and have no symptoms you will be offered a pathology test form for a FREE simple urine test at a PathWest collection centre.

Take a free test

Answer the following questions to see if you are at risk.

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Have you ever had oral, anal or vaginal sex?

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Have you had oral, anal or vaginal sex without a condom with casual or regular partners?

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Are you a man who has ever had sex with another man?

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Are you currently experiencing symptoms such as genital discharge or pain when passing urine?

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Are you currently experiencing symptoms such as genital discharge or pain when passing urine?

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Has your sexual partner advised you to get a test for chlamydia or gonorrhoea?

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Has your sexual partner advised you to get a test for chlamydia or gonorrhoea?

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Low risk

Your risk of an STI is low. It is possible to contract an STI if you have unprotected sex.

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At risk

The answers from your online risk self-assessment suggest that it would be a good idea to seek medical advice immediately. You may need to ask your doctor for rectal and throat swabs, as well as genital swabs. To test for other STIs and HIV, ask your doctor for a blood test.

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At risk

The answers from your online risk self-assessment suggest that it would be a good idea to seek medical advice immediately. You may need to ask your doctor for rectal and throat swabs, as well as genital swabs.

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At risk

The answers from your online risk self-assessment suggest that it would be a good idea to seek medical advice immediately.

Find a clinic.

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Get tested

It would be a good idea for you to have an STI test. Chlamydia and gonorrhoea can also infect the rectum and throat, so you may need to ask your doctor to do a simple rectal and throat swab as well. To test for other STIs and HIV, ask your doctor for a blood test.

See your doctor or Find a clinic.

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Get tested

It would be a good idea for you to have an STI test. See your doctor or take a FREE PathWest Test. This tests for genital infection, but chlamydia and gonorrhoea can also infect the rectum and throat. You may need to see your doctor for a simple rectal and throat swab as well if you have had unprotected anal or oral sex.

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1. Have you ever had oral, anal or vaginal sex without using a condom or dental dam?
2. Have you had a new sexual partner in the past 6 months?
3. Have you ever experienced symptoms such as genital discharge or pain when passing urine?
4. Are you currently experiencing symptoms such as genital discharge or pain when passing urine?
5. Have you had chlamydia or a sexually transmitted infection in the past?
6. Has your sexual partner(s) had chlamydia or a sexually transmitted infection?
7. Are you a traveller in Australia?
8. Are you a man who has ever had sex with another man?

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