Dynamic Code Chlamydia and Mycoplasma Test for WomenFlash Sale
Dynamic Code Chlamydia and Mycoplasma Test for Women
Many people are familiar with chlamydia, but may not have heard of mycoplasma. The diseases have many similarities, among other things, they both infect through unprotected intercourse. Chlamydia and mycoplasma also have similar symptoms, but with mycoplasma it is common that no symptoms occur at all. Possible symptoms that may still occur include a burning sensation while urinating, abnormal discharge and itching. If you have any of these symptoms and have had unprotected sex, it is wise to test yourself for both STDs as they require different treatment. With Dynamic Code's combined test you can easily and discreetly test yourself in your own home.
Dynamic Code analyses your test and provide answers within 24 hours *
When you test for sexually transmitted diseases with Dynamic Code, it is at least as safe as at a health care center and they can say with 99.5% certainty if you have chlamydia and / or mycoplasma. Once the test has reached the lab, it will take a maximum of 24 hours * to analyze it (weekend-free Monday-Friday) and when the analysis is complete, your answer is available at www.dynamiccode.com, completely anonymously. You get the result with the analysis code that you received with the test.
Residualness assessment of mycoplasma bacteria
It is becoming increasingly common for mycoplasma bacteria to be resistant to a certain type of antibiotic. If your sample contains mycoplasma bacteria, Dynamic Code will also make a so-called resistance determination.
* After the test's arrival at Dynamic Code's laboratory, weekend-free Mon-Fri.
Usage and Instructions
Test yourself for mycoplasma and chlamydia at home
The test package contains everything you need to complete the test, including instructions on how to do the test. As a woman, you easily rotate the vaginal swab against the abdominal wall. As a man you get a urine swab for a urine sample. When you have completed the test, follow the instructions on how to return the test to Dynamic Code and use the included return pack.