At-home testing kit for the 6 most common sexually transmitted infections. Tests for: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV (I, II, P24 antigen), Syphilis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C.
Fast and Discreet
Fast and Discreet
Our kits are delivered quickly in discreet packaging.
Shareable results via the app from our accredited labs.
Medication & Advice
Medication & Advice
Get medical advice and prescriptions where required.
Our laboratory needs information about the person that will be collecting the samples:
How does it all work?
We’ve made it easy with a home STI testing kit integrated with an app, so you can test quickly and discreetly in the comfort of your home and share your STI test results with a partner.
Order and get fast delivery with discreet packaging
Our home STI test kits are available to order through the iPlaySafe website or app. Your STI testing kit will arrive quickly in discreet packaging, so you don’t need to worry about any awkward encounters with your postman!
Sign in to the app to activate your box
Download the free iPlaySafe app and create a member name (this is key to sharing your status in the future!) then enter the code from your home STI testing kit to activate your box on the app.
Get accurate results in 2-5 working days discreetly to your app
Your STI test results will be sent privately to your app within 2-5 working days. If you want to share them with a partner, you can do this in the form of a 'play badge' which will be valid for up to 6 months after testing.
Get medical support & prescriptions if required
Sexually transmitted infections are common and most of them are easy to treat. If you test positive, we are on hand with medical support and a pharmacy partner to provide prescriptions and medication.
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Everything you need to know about sexually transmitted infections
Chlamydia is a very common STI caused by a specific strain of bacteria known as Chlamydia trachomatis.
HIV (I, II)
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body's immune system.
Hepatitis B and C are infections of the liver caused by a virus that is spread through blood and body fluids.
Gonorrhoea is an STI caused by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae or gonococcus.
Syphilis is a chronic bacterial infection that can be transmitted through sexual contact.
Independent of your ethnicity, sexuality or sexual behaviour, we encourage you to get tested proactively and always have your sexual health status on the go!
If you develop symptoms of STIs you should test as soon as you can. If you know you have been in contact with someone with an STI you may be able to access treatment (at the same time as testing) so speak to one of our healthcare professionals.
STIs can often take a while to show up in tests, so if you test too early you may receive a false negative result. For chlamydia and gonorrhoea, wait 2 weeks from your last sexual activity (or from when you think you may have been exposed to an infection) before you take a test. For syphilis and Hepatitis B it's up to 12 weeks following your last sexual activity before these infections can be detected or ruled out, and for HIV it's 45 days.
Change in circumstances
You should consider taking an STI test for any of these reasons:
New sexual partner
More than one current partner
Your regular partner has other partner(s)
Having condomless penetrative sex
Experiencing STI symptoms
You are a contact of an STI, eg. a recent partner reports they have been infected
You should not engage in sexual activity if you know / suspect you have been in contact with someone with an STI or if you have STI symptoms. Just be patient and we’ll get your results back to you within 2 to 5 working days.
Sexually transmitted infections are common and most of them are easy to treat. If you test positive for an STI, don’t panic, we’ll provide you with all of the information you need to know about the next steps and treatment.
Most sexually transmitted infections can be cured with antibiotics. If you test positive for an STI our pharmacy partner can provide antibiotics if necessary.
Nurse & Advice
iPlaySafe have a network of medical professionals on hand if you need any advice following an STI diagnosis. Your results are completely confidential, unless you choose to share them with a partner through the app, and we’ll provide you with any support and information you need.