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How simple it is – TestWise offers accurate, pain free at home STD screening easy and convenient so you can feel safe from the comfort of home at a fraction of the cost of traditional clinic testing.
Unbranded Plain Discreet Box Is Mailed To Your Home.
In your home, collect the sample privately.
Our years of experience allows us to work with the most respected U.S. manufacturers to provide only the highest quality STD screening kits to your mailbox in a discreet package. Pain free simple urine tests can be done in as little as 5 minutes then simply mail in the sample in the self-addressed envelope provided and receive lab-certified results back electronically in a matter of days. Just that easy.
Until now getting tested for the common sexually transmitted diseases Gonorrhea and Chlamydia was a literally painstaking process that required having a urethral swab inserted into your you know what. Assuming you know you have “something?”, it required physically going to either the free city local clinic and sitting there with a bunch of other people all looking at each other trying not to make eye contact or going to your doctor’s office. The doctor’s office visit is not only very time consuming it is also expensive.
Luckily we have taken ALL that hassle and embarrassment out of the equation. At TestWise our professional service only needs YOU to provide us with a urine sample. No doctor’s visit, no clinic visits, no swabs, just go to the bathroom, and take a clean urine sample, mail it to us and in a few days you’ll have your accurate results.
Gonorrhea and Chlamydia primarily affect young people. Surveillance data show both the numbers and rates of reported cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea continue to be highest among young people aged 15-24. Both young men and young women are heavily affected by STDs — but young women face the most serious long-term health consequences. It is estimated that undiagnosed STDs cause infertility in more than 20,000 women each year: according to the CDC.