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A quick, simple and reliable test to detect chlamydial infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis from a sample of cells from the cervix. Intended for women only.
Chlamydial infection is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia infections are very insidious. The disease usually manifests as inflammation in the urogenital tract or rectum. However, the disease can also be hidden, as some infected people do not experience any symptoms, such as discharge or pain in the genital area.
MEN - in men, the infection is manifested by inflammation of the urethra. 40-50% of all inflammation is caused by the presence of chlamydia. If the infection manifests itself, the first symptoms are burning and soreness when urinating, sometimes there may be a watery discharge from the urethra. The incubation period is 10-20 days. If treatment is not given in time, complications may occur. The infection spreads from the urinary tract to the prostate and then through the fallopian tubes to the testicles and epididymis. In some cases, inflammation of the rectum also occurs. Inflammation is very painful and can result in infertility.
WOMEN - the vaginal mucosa in women is resistant to chlamydia, so the infection penetrates to the cervix. The manifestations are usually not pronounced and therefore the condition is often underestimated. In particular, there is a discharge (indeterminate, mucoid to purulent), pain during intercourse, bleeding during the cycle and, as in men, itching and burning during urination. The external genitalia may also be affected by the appearance of vesicles. In women, chlamydial infections usually affect both the cervix and the urethra. If the infection is not treated in time, the infection progresses through the uterus to the fallopian tubes and to the ovaries. This results in a so-called deep pelvic inflammation, which is characterised by severe pain in the lower abdomen, increased temperature and possibly disturbances in the menstrual cycle. Complications of untreated infection are infertility, which is more common than in men, possible ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage or premature birth. Infection of the cervix may be a factor in the development of carcinoma. In some cases, transmission to the newborn occurs at birth. In 40% of cases, newborns become ill with chlamydial conjunctivitis a few weeks after birth and 10% develop neonatal pneumonia after two or more weeks, which can be fatal.
The test is performed like a cervical cell sampling, but you know the result in minutes right in the comfort of your own home.
The Viola Chlamydia Test is definitely worthwhile for busy women, for example, who can get an idea of the severity of their health condition in a few minutes. The need to visit a gynaecologist when there is only a slight suspicion of a possible infection is not always necessary. The tests are also suitable for home diagnosis after treatment.
These diagnostics from the renowned Austrian company CARE diagnostica have all the necessary health certificates and long-term approvals.
- Safe and accurate home detection of Chlamydia infection from a cervical cell sample.
- The result is known in 15 minutes.
EASY TO USE
- Simple all-in-one device allows for easy testing and evaluation.
- Completely user-safe.
- Anyone can do it!
Foil with test cartridge and desiccant
Test tube with reagent
Instructions for use in English
STORAGE AND PRESERVATION
The unopened test kit can be stored at a temperature between 4 and 28°C until the expiry date. Do not store in direct sunlight, in humid environments or in hot conditions.
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