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Discreet STI Tests From Your Home Or Onsite

Looking to know your sexual health status? Try our discreet STI testing service from the comfort of your home (available nationwide) or at our medical offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Our STI Testing Services

We provide discreet, affordable and, convenient STI/ STD testing and treatment.

Standard STI test

4 Most common STD’s:
Chlamydia, HIV,
Gonorrhoea, Syphilis





Comprehensive STI test

13 STD’s: HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Hepatitis B + C, Mycoplasma hominis, Mycoplasma genitalium, Ureaplasma urealyticum, Ureaplasma parvum, Trichomonas, Herpes 1 + 2





High risk HPV test

14 High-risk HPV types that cause cervical cancer





How It Work

Request your STI test

We have a selection of STI tests for both women and men. Select your test and pay online.

Take the STI test

Our nurse will either come to your home/office (available nationwide) or you can visit our medical offices in JHB or CPT.

Receive results

Your sample will be taken to our accredited laboratory for processing. Receive your results via email within 2-3 days.

Support & treatment

Our healthcare practitioner will contact you virtually to communicate your results and treatment prescription if required.

Did you know?

Sexually Transmitted Infections

“More than 1 million STIs are acquired every day!” – World Health Organization

Most STIs don’t have any noticeable signs or symptoms
Even with no symptoms, STIs can cause infertility, complications during pregnancy or increase the risk of cancer.
Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia and syphilis are three of the main STIs
All three of these STIs are caused by bacteria and can usually be treated with antibiotics. It is important to diagnose these in time to treat.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) cause >90% of cervical cancer cases
Cervical cancer is one of the most common, yet largely preventable, causes of cancer deaths in Southern African women.
Most STI’s are treatable if you get diagnosed and take medication!
Treatment can include antibiotics or antivirals. Consult a doctor.

Learn More About Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Below provides key information about taking an STD test with DMT Labs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below outlines some of the key questions asked by people around STD’s

There are no reliable symptoms of an STI and over 66% of people have no STI symptoms at all, as a result, a person can have an STI without knowing. However, if you have noticed any of the following symptoms, you should order a test for peace of mind:

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Penile discharge
  • Genital lumps
  • Pain on passing urine/other urinary symptoms
  • Genital sores or ulcers
  • Blisters or sores in or around the mouth
  • Pelvic pain, pain during sex
  • Itching in the pubic/genital area
  • Fever

If in doubt, get tested!

  • If you are sexually active, you should be tested at least once a year, even if you are in a monogamous relationship.
  • If you have multiple partners, you should get tested before having sex with a new partner.
  • If you don’t get tested before having sex, the next best time is 10 days after having sex with a new partner. After exposure, it can take up to 10 days for an infection to show up in an STI test or longer for some STIs.
  • If you have symptoms, you should order a test as soon as possible. The only way to know for sure if you have an STI is through testing.
  • A lot of people like to get a check-up before they start a new relationship.
  • If you regularly have casual sex, it is a good idea to have regular check-ups.

Yes, you should get tested for an STI at least once a year. Many STIs do not have immediate symptoms and can remain dormant. For many people, it may take weeks, months, or even years to start experiencing symptoms of an STI.

The first step is to not panic! The second step is to contact our team to get in touch with a health care provider who can offer you and your partner the best advice and guidelines on how you all should progress with taking care of your sexual and reproductive health. You can contact us via email ( or phone (+27 68 374 9541).

DMT partners with local pathological testing labs. They are responsible for processing the samples and transmitting those results back to DMT. Our healthcare practitioner will contact you to communicate your results and treatment prescription if required. All labs are accredited with the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS).

No, you don’t need to be referred to our service by your GP as you can ‘self-refer’. You do not need a letter from your family doctor to order one of our tests. DMT also offers virtual doctors and nurse consultations to guide you through the process and communicate your results and treatment prescription if required.

After the samples have arrived at the lab, the DMT team will reach out within 7 business days to discuss the results and help determine the next steps if needed.

We recommend getting the Comprehensive STD test completed annually and using the Standard STD test in between annual tests. We advise people to get tested every 6 to 12 months, or more often if they have an increased risk for STIs such as having new sexual partners. For women between the ages of 25-65, we recommend that they take the HPV test at least once in 5 years.

Absolutely. We will provide you with your lab results for your records via email.

Yes. Providing our patients with the privacy they need is important to us. When you take a test with our STD Testing services you will receive a professional and discreet service. Your results are always confidential, and 100% guaranteed.

Thousands of people test positive for STIs and STDs every day, and the good news is that now you know your status, you can get the medical treatment that you need to prevent/minimise any long-term health complications.

You have a choice of what to do next: we can arrange a consultation for you, or you can take your results to your own Doctor, who can also prescribe treatment. It is important to get treated, even if you have no symptoms, as you can still pass the STI on to your partner. You may cause long-term health risks if you do not get treated. In order to best protect your health and treat the STI, it is important to speak to a doctor, to be prescribed the right drug for you.

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