Sexually Transmitted Disease – Advanced
Testicular activity, fertility and male sex hormone-related diseases, sperm quality and quantity, erectile dysfunction symptoms, premature or delayed ejaculation are all evaluated.
Screening for sexually transmitted pathogens aids in the accurate identification of the causative agent, early detection of disease to limit complications, and early treatment of complications.
WHAT MY RESULTS MEAN
Qualitative and genotypes of 13 infection factors that caused the sexual transmitted diseases and quantitative the level of antigen and antibodies of HIV in blood, qualitative Varicella zoster virus in blood or cerebrospinal fluid by PCR method, quantitative IgG/IGM antibodies of Herpes simplex virus in blood, antibodies with Syphilis, so on.
There is no need to fast before the test. When you wake up in the morning, collect the first pass urine specimen.
It should be done if there are any of the following symptoms: abnormal discharge from the vagina or penis; unusual redness, itching, warts, or sores on the genitals; pregnant women; or unprotected sex with someone who has a STI.
HOME COLLECTION SERVICE
Call 19001717 to request a Home Collection.
Standard call charges apply.
The consultation service for test results is as follows:
Step 1: Go to Diag website, select a test package, and make a booking.
Step 2: Pay and get sample collected at a Diag location or at home.
Step 3: Choose a timeslot for doctor consultation.
Step 4: Receive your test results via text message.
Step 5: A Diag doctor will contact you by phone to consult the results.
Please keep in mind:
Only available to customers who purchased test packages.
Applied to all Diag locations.
REFERENCE FOR HEALTH INFORMATION
- STIs / STDs 13 panel by Realtime PCR (CE-IVD)
- Varicella zoster virus DNA (VZV DNA) by Realtime PCR
- HIV Combo Ag, Ab
- Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR)
- Syphilis ( Syphilis TP)
- Herpes simplex virus IgG Ab (HSV IgG Ab)
- Herpes simplex virus IgM Ab (HSV IgM Ab)
- Chlamydia trachomatis IgM
- Chlamydia trachomatis IgG