- Tests available for both men and women
- Test yourself easily and discreetly at home
- Get your results within 24 hours after we receive the test
- 99.8 percent accuracy; safe and secure results
Mycoplasma is one of the newer sexually transmitted diseases. Both men and women can be infected with mycoplasma, but it can be very difficult to detect because it often comes with very vague symptoms or even no symptoms at all. In addition, symptoms of mycoplasma resemble symptoms of chlamydia, so it is important to test for it specifically. Symptoms can include itching in the genital region, abnormal discharge from the vagina or urethra, and a burning sensation when urinating. Because mycoplasma will not get resolved on its own, it is important that it gets treated with antibiotics. Untreated mycoplasma can lead to greater complications. In women, it can cause cervical, uterine, and ovarian infections; in men, it can lead to urinary tract infections, epididymitis (inflammation of a tube at the back of the testicles), and prostate problems. If you suspect you have been infected or if you have had unprotected sex, it is a good precaution to order one of our self-test kits.
Once you order our self-test kit for mycoplasma, we ship everything you need in a discreet envelope, so you can take the test easily at home. The test kit includes sampling materials, instructions on how to take the test, a return packet to send the test back to us, and an analysis code to retrieve your results. For women, the test is a vaginal swab, while men take a urine sample. The instructions for the test are clear and easy to follow. Once you have completed the test, send the samples back to us in the return packaging provided.
Once we have received your test sample, we analyse it in our quality-assured laboratory. Within 24 hours after we receive the return package (non-holiday weekdays, Monday to Friday), we will upload your results to our website at www.dynamiccode.com. To see your results you will need to input the analysis code we sent with the test kit, ensuring your results are discreet and anonymous. The result is 99.5 percent accurate, and you will receive them much faster than if you were to visit a healthcare centre.
*Applies to non-holidays Monday–Friday
Mycoplasma and chlamydia - easy to mistake. Mycoplasma genitalium spreads through unprotected sex. Precisely as with chlamydia, mycoplasma often does not cause any symptoms at all, and the person does not feel the infection. However, this may lead to complications, such as infection in the cervix, uterus and ovaries in women, and urinary tract infection, epididymitis and prostate problems in men. Mycoplasma can be treated with antibiotics, which are a different type than the antibiotic that is given for chlamydia.