Chlamydia testing in Edinburgh

Find health labs to test for Chlamydia in Edinburgh and compare all offers by prices and services.

Tests that cover Chlamydia

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STI Test by Chalmers Sexual Health Centre

2A Chalmers Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9, United Kingdom

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STD Test by Chalmers Hospital, Edinburgh

2A Chalmers Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9, United Kingdom

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2TX, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6RS, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

EH11 1EX, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2TX, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STD Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Easter Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5RQ, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Oxgangs Broadway, Edinburgh, EH13 9LQ, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STD Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Hawthornbank Lane, Edinburgh, EH4 3BH, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Meadows Medical Practice

9 Brougham Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9HW, United Kingdom

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STD Test by YourGP

19 Hawthornbank Lane, Edinburgh, EH4 3BH, United Kingdom

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Chlamydia - symptoms and how to test

Chlamydia is a widespread sexually transmitted disease that affects both sexes equally. A woman's reproductive system may suffer irreparable harm. Because of this, future pregnancy may be challenging, if not impossible. Also, chlamydia can lead to a dangerous condition called an ectopic pregnancy. Chlamydia may infect everyone who has ever had a sexual partner. Those between the ages of 15 and 24 are at the most significant risk for contracting chlamydia because they frequently experiment with new sexual partners and typically fail to use condoms or other barrier contraception. The transmission of chlamydia can be stopped in its tracks with the use of a simple blood test. If you have a higher chance of getting chlamydia, you should be tested for it periodically.