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Chlamydia trachomatis is a sexually transmitted bacterium that causes an infection in the urogenital tract. Chlamydia infections are among the most common sexually transmitted diseases. They are usually free of symptoms but they can also lead to inflammations in the eyes or the urinary tract or to arthritis. Untreated infections often cause infertility and they increase the risk of an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy and premature birth. Especially younger women (between the age of 15 and 25) who change their sexual partners more often, as well as women wishing to have a baby should perform the self-test regularly. Using the “Chlamydia” self-test from Veroval®, you can quickly and safely find out whether you are infected with the chlamydia trachomatis bacterium. All you need are 15 minutes of your time.

Abstract of how the test works

Take a vaginal swab
First, you take the swab sample
Then, you mix it with the buffer solution
Toss mixture
Swirl the mixture gently around
Than you can dispose the swab
Add two drops of the mixture to the test box
Drop the mixture in the test cassette.
You can read the result after 15 minutes
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