The 7 in one test is a self – collection kit which has everything you need to take a swab sample and test your urine. The 7 in one test enables you to check your health status and it’s important you do so at least once a year if you are in stable relationship and more often if you are sexually active with different partners. Here at raTrust you can take your test confidentially and at a time and place convenient to you.
7 in one include tests for:
- Mycoplasma genitalium
- Trichomonas vaginalis
- Gardnerella vaginalis
- Herpes Simplex I/II
By choosing 7 in one test you are saving £229.
What is included in the 7 in one test kit?
Your 7 in one test kit contains a urine or recommended swab for women sample, a form for you to fill in your details and a prepaid envelope. After you’ve done the test and filled in the form, all you need to do is post it to us and we’ll do the rest.
How do I take a sample?
Your 7 in one test will require a urine sample or swab. All instructions will be delivered with your self-collection kit.
When I will know the results?
If you test for 7 in one at home, you will know your results in 2 – 5 days (after your sample reaches the laboratory). The test for 7 in one is simple and, despite what you may have heard, painless.
Why do I need to get tested?
Group of STIs located in 7 in one test are the most common infections in the UK. In 2016 more than 417,000 people were diagnosed and even bigger group don’t know they could have it. Many STIs can lead to irreversible damages to your body and health. We recommend you to do a 7 in one test at least once a year even if you are in a stable relationship. If you are sexually active is very important to check yourself each time you are changing a partner.
Can I trust 7 in one self-collection kit?
- The self-collection 7 in one test is reliable and accurate and its results are comparable to usual clinical tests as it’s tested in a laboratory. Only the first step – sampling – is done by you at home.
- You can do it on your own, in private, at a time convenient for you. There is no rush, which you might find at a clinic or GP surgery.
- Your sample is sent to the largest independent provider of clinical laboratory diagnostic services in the UK – The Doctor’s Laboratory. Laboratory testing is the most accurate way of testing.
- It doesn’t matter if you take a test at your home or at the clinic as both go to laboratories to be checked. The only difference is, if you order a self-collection kit you only have to wait 2 – 5 days to get the results whereas in a clinic, you may have to wait much longer.
What are the facts?
In 2016 more than 417,000 people were tested positive for STIs in the UK.