STIs / STDs can have no outward symptoms for weeks or even months.
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Australia's Intelligent STI Check - Fast, Convenient and Discreet

What We Do and Don’t Test For


STIs / STDs can have no outward symptoms for weeks or even months making unintentional transmission likely. If left untreated, all STIs can lead to dangerous long-term health consequences, including chronic pain, infertility, sterility and even cancer.

SmartHealth provides screening for common STIs that can be detected through blood and urine analysis even when no symptoms are present (asymptomatic).

However not all STIs can be detected and diagnosed in this way. Some STIs such as Herpes 1 and 2 can only be positively diagnosed by a doctor when symptoms are present.

If you have genital, oral or anal symptoms such as sores, rashes, lumps, itching, unusual discharge or bleeding, discomfort when urinating, lower pain or a sense of general un-wellness, we suggest that you stop engaging in sexual activity and see your local doctor.