The Single Kit tests for Chlamydia, one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. The test is easy to use and only requires you to collect and mail in your urine sample.
Chlamydia is so common that the CDC recommends all sexually active women ages 25 and younger get screened for every year.
Chlamydia can be transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person. This includes penis, vagina, mouth, or anus sexual contact. So yes, you can have a chlamydia infection in your throat.
Good news, antibiotics are prescribed for Chlamydia infections, and it is relatively simple to cure. Medical professionals suggest people with Chlamydia infections abstain from sexual activity during the treatment period.
Painful or burning sensation when urinating
Increased vaginal discharge
Vaginal bleeding between periods
A burning sensation when urinating
A white, yellow, or green discharge from the penis
Pain in the lower abdomen or testicles
Inflammation of the cervix
Bleeding/spotting between periods
Painful sexual intercourse