Anytime that you think you may have been exposed to an STI. This often means having unprotected sexual intercourse, or if a recent partner has told you they have been diagnosed with, or contact by someone diagnosed with an STI.
If you are sexually active, then chlamydia (and sometimes gonorrhoea) should be tested for annually or more frequently if the risk if higher.
The frequency of testing, and which conditions we test depend on your individualised risk. Below are the broad groups that people may fall under;
Young people aged 15-29;
Asymptomatic people requesting STI/HIV testing;
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People;
Men who have sex with men;
People who inject drugs;
Our clinic is here to provide you with the insights and guidance you need for a healthy
and happy life! See if we can assist with one of the below specialties.