STD test guide

This test guide has been created to give you advice about STD testing and good care that best suits your situation. Completing the test guide is anonymous, no data is stored.

Note: related to incubation time can only be reliably tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea 3 weeks after unprotected sex. Do not test before this period has passed, unless you experience symptoms.

What is your gender? 'Choose 'man' if you have a penis or choose 'woman' if you have a vagina.

Who have sex with? (Multiple answers possible)

Have you exchanged sex toys with your partner?

Have your mucous membranes come into contact with each other? Mucous membranes are located in the vagina, anus and in the throat.

Have you had unprotected sex at least once in the past 6 months?

Do you have varying sexual contacts? (more than 3 in last 6 months)

Are your sex partner (or his/her parents), you or your parents from one of the following areas? Suriname, the Antilles, Eastern Europe, Russia, Asia, Africa or Latin America?

Have you had anal sex? Or have you tested positive for vaginal chlamydia at another organization in the past 6 months?

Do you suffer from (persistent) throat complaints?

Have you been paid for sex (or given things or services in exchange for sex)?

Have you been warned about chlamydia? Or do you have complaints that come with chlamydia?

Have you been warned about gonorrhea? Or do you have complaints that come with gonorrhea?

Have you been warned about HIV, or are you worried about symptoms that will occur in a (acute) HIV infection fit or are you HIV positive?

Have you been warned about at least one of the following STDs (or do you have complaints associated with at least one of those STDs)? Syphilis (Lues), hepatitis B, hepatitis C, LGV (lymphogranuloma venereum) and/or trichomonas.


Incubation period

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