Gonorrhea Test Cassette


Anyone can get infected with gonorrhea, but those younger than 25 are more vulnerable to it. Pregnant women can put their unborn child in danger by transferring the infection to the baby. If you have any symptoms or you suspect your partner does – get tested! Gonorrhea testing is risk-free.  No harm is done to your health or your baby. It’s safe and gives accurate results every time. One Step offers the cheapest and most reliable tests you can come by. Take good care of your health. Save money and get tested for gonorrhea today!


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Gonorrhea Test Kit From One Step

Gonorrhea is an extremely common STDs that can easily spread through oral, vaginal, and anal sex as long as a person is in sexual contact with an infected individual. Pregnant women can transfer this infection to their unborn child, particularly when giving birth. Anyone is exposed to it, but the most vulnerable ones are those between the ages of 15 and 24. However, those older than that can still get infected.

Common Signs of Gonorrhea

Very few people actually notice the symptoms of the infection. But, most don’t experience any. As a result, many individuals are unfamiliar that they are infected. This puts others at risk. The only way to be certain is to get tested. The signs can be different for women and men.

Here are the most common signs of gonorrhea in men:

  • Swelling in the scrotum
  • Painful urination
  • Tender or painful testicles
  • Green/yellow/white discharge from the penis.

Here are the most common signs of gonorrhea in women:

  • Pain in the abdomen
  • Discharge from the vagina
  • Bleeding when not on period
  • Painful urination
  • Pain during intercourse

For pregnant women, it’s crucial to get tested, since there is a risk the woman will pass the infection onto the child. If Gonorrhea is diagnosed, the woman will receive proper antibiotics that pose no threat to the fetus.

Why Should You Get Tested?

Have you had unprotected sex with different partners? Do you or your partner have a history of STDs? Even if you are not currently infected, you can still contract this infection. If you don’t use a condom correctly or consistently, you are exposed to this infection.

Testing is safe for both men and women. For women, it’s possible to feel a slight discomfort since a swab will be taken. However, anything other than discharge and slight bleeding shouldn’t occur.

If the tests are positive, you’ll get proper antibiotics to treat the infection. They are expected to bring positive results and completely treat your infection. If you experience any additional problems, whether from the treatment or the infection has reappeared, your doctor will be able to prescribe additional medication or any other treatment if deemed necessary.

How to Prepare for a Test?

Before you decide to get tested, as a woman, you should avoid any vaginal creams or using douches 24 hours prior to the test. For both women and men, it’s not recommended to urinate 1 or 2 hours before testing.