Australia's Intelligent STI Check - Fast, Convenient and Discreet
Who Should Get Tested?
You don't have to be a 'player' to contract a STI / STD. They can and do happen to anyone; at every age, in every race and gender, within all sexual orientations and economic classes, and in all kinds of relationships.
If you are unsure about whether you should have a STI check, ask yourself the following questions:
- Did you ask all previous sexual partners if they had been tested for STIs?
- Do you know which STI tests all of your sexual partners have had?
- Did you get tested for STIs before and after each new sexual partner?
- Did your past sexual partners show you their verified STI test results?
- Do you know if your sexual partners were tested according to the 'safe windows' for screening of each STI?
- Did you use protection with all sexual partners during all sexual activities?
- Were you mutually exclusive or monogamous with all sexual partners?
- Were all your sexual partners exclusive or monogamous with you?
- Are you sexually active and have never had an STI check?
- Are you starting a new sexual relationship with someone?
If you answered 'no' to any of the questions above, then you should be tested. For any of these circumstances, we recommend the Routine Screen, a comprehensive test which checks for six of the most common STIs that are detectable through blood and urine analysis.
- Have you ever had unprotected sex?
- Have you had more than one sexual partner?
- Have you ever had a condom break?
- Have you ever had oral sex?
- Have you ever used withdrawal or ‘the pull out method’?
- Have you ever shared sex toys with someone else?
- Have you ever had anal sex?
- Have you had sex with someone who said they were ‘clean’?
- Have you ever used protection after its expiration date?
- Have you ever seen anything unusual on a partner’s genitals?
- Are you worried about a risk event?
If you answered 'yes' to any of the questions above, then you should be tested. For any of these circumstances, we recommend the Routine Screen, a comprehensive test which checks for six of the most common STIs that are detectable through blood and urine analysis.