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At-Home Full STD Test

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV, Syphilis, Herpes II, and Hepatitis B


Getting tested for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) is a critical step to determining your status and getting access to treatment as soon as possible, if required. With our at-home STD testing service, you can get tested for all common STIs conveniently and discreetly from the comfort of your home.

Free post-test teleconsultation


Lab-certified results

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At-home sample collection


Results in less than 7 days

Sample Collection

  • Blood sample: collected by a licensed phlebotomist at a location of your choice (home/partner clinic).

  • Vaginal Swab (for females): self-collection tools provided by phlebotomist for vaginal swab. 

  • Urine (for males): self-collection tools provided by phlebotomist for urine collection.


Hassle-free STD testing

Here's how it works

One of our doctors will review your situation and issue a lab request form for a Syphilis, HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea test

You Tell us

We Review 

We collect samples

We send results

Fill in our health questionnaire and select your preferred location for sample collection (you can choose to collect samples at home or at our partner clinic).

Our doctor will evaluate your situation, schedule your test with the lab, prepare your self-collection tools, and book your phlebotomist appointment.

A phlebotomist will collect your blood sample and provide you with self-collection tools for a vaginal swab (females) or urine collection (males). We then take your samples to the lab.

Receive your results within 7 days, and discuss them with a doctor in-person or via teleconsultation for free and get advice on treatment options (if necessary).


What's measured

Related symptoms

What's included

When to test

This test helps you find your status for the 6 common Sexually Transmitted Infections: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV and Syphilis, Herpes II, and Hepatitis B

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
HIV is a virus that attacks cells necessary for normal immunity functions, resulting in the patient becoming more vulnerable to other infections and diseases. It is transmitted via contact with certain bodily fluids of an HIV infected person, typically through unprotected sex.


Gonorrhea is an STI that is caused by the bacteria, Neisseria Gonorrhoeae, and is typically transmitted through unprotected sex. With early detection and the right treatment, the condition can be cured with antibiotics.

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is part of a group of hepatitis viruses that attack the liver. It is considered and STI because it can be passed on via unprotected sex through infected semen and vaginal fluids. There is a vaccine to prevent Hepatitis B, which is routinely offered to infants.


Chlamydia is an STI caused by a bacteria called Chlamydia Trachomatis and it can be effectively treated with antibiotics when detected early. It is usually transmitted through unprotected sex, or coming into contact with infected bodily fluids.


Syphilis is a bacterial STI caused by Treponema Pallidum and is most commonly transmitted via contact with an infected individual during sexual activity. With early detection and treatment, the disease can be cured during its early stages where symptoms are not yet severe. 

Herpes II

Genital herpes is an STI caused by the herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), which is transmitted through sexual contact.

Taking care of yourself shouldn't be hard

We make it simple in 3 ways


Get tested at a time and in an environment that suits you, which means no more scheduling problems or uncomfortable and time-consuming trips to the clinic.


Our testing services are more affordable than most private clinics. Plus you get to save time and costs on clinic consultations and transport.


Get tested from the comfort and privacy of your home, and speak confidentially with a doctor about your results.

Not sure whether you should get tested?

Our doctors are always here to help. Sign up for a sexual health teleconsultation to discuss your situation, learn more about STI testing, and discuss treatment options. 

Frequently asked questions

Can I make an order for someone else?

Unfortunately not. For legal and regulatory reasons, we need the person who is undergoing the test to create their own account with their details, and to request the testing service from us. If your partner, friend or relative needs to use our services, please have them create an account or reach out to us.

How will my test results be communicated to me?

Once ready, test results will be communicated to you via email, which will be password protected and can only be accessed by you.

Will Ease be able to prescribe medication for STDs, if needed?

After you receive your results you will be able to speak to a doctor for no additional cost about your situation and discuss next steps. If necessary, the doctor will be able to prescribe you medication and the treatment will be paid separately through our partner clinic.

Will I be able to discuss results with a doctor?

Yes, our at-home STD testing service includes a free teleconsultation with one of our doctors at no additional cost. You will have the option to sign up for the teleconsultation upon receiving your test results. The doctor will be able to explain your results to you and guide you through the process of getting treatment.

How does the STD testing service at Ease works?

With our at-home STD testing service, you can get tested for the 4 most common STDs (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis and HIV) conveniently and discreetly from the comfort of your home. Here’s how it works: You tell us: Fill in our health questionnaire and select your preferred location for sample collection (you can choose to collect samples at home or at our partner clinic). We review: Our doctor will evaluate your situation, schedule your test with the lab, prepare your self-collection tools, and book your phlebotomist appointment. We collect samples: A phlebotomist will collect your blood sample and provide you with self-collection tools for a vaginal swab (females) or urine collection (males). We then take your samples to the lab. We send results: Receive your results via email in less than 7 days. You can also sign up for a free teleconsultation to discuss them with a doctor and get advice on treatment options.

When should I get tested?

For maximum accuracy, the test should be taken at least 45 days after exposure. With STD tests, it is important to note the window period of the tests. This refers to the time between the time of exposure to the infection and the time when infection indicators can be successfully detected by the test. During the window period, the levels of indicators are still too low to be detected by the test, even if an infection is present. The window period for the test performed by our partner laboratory is around 1 month. Hence, it is recommended that the test be taken at least 45 days after exposure in order to prevent a false-negative result, and ensure maximum accuracy.

What’s included in the package?

  • Lab-certified results by our laboratory provider Quest Labs
  • At-home blood collection by a licensed phlebotomist
  • Free post-test teleconsultation with a doctor
  • Ongoing customer care and support
  • Free pick-up and delivery of samples to lab
  • Receive results via email in less than 7 days

STD testing at a glance

Sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections that are typically passed from person to person through sexual contact. There are approximately 14,000 people living with STIs in Singapore each year.

What are STIs?

I don't have symptoms, should I get tested?

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections that are passed between partners during sexual activity. You can contract an STI through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has an STI.

Yes, many STDs produce no signs or symptoms (are asymptomatic). Even if you're not experiencing symptoms, you still can pass the infection to your sex partners. Hence, it's important to use protection, such as a condom, during sex and get tested regularly to know your status.

What happens if an STI is left untreated?

How frequently should I get tested?

While many STIs may remain asymptomatic, if left undetected and untreated, they can have serious long-term, and even life-threatening consequences. The sooner you're diagnosed, the sooner you can start treatment. Testing is also important for the safety of you and your partners.

It is recommended that active adults get tested at least once a year, even when practicing safe sex regularly. If you are sexually active with multiple partners, have unprotected sex, or suspect a partner may have an STD due to visible symptoms, you might want to consider getting tested more regularly.