Gonorrhea Test

Doctors recommend the “nucleic acid amplification test,” to test for gonorrhea. It’s the most accurate gonorrhea test on the market today. This FDA-approved test looks for the Neisseria gonoffhoeae bacteria in urine. Currently, we don’t offer throat and anal swabbing.

Gonorrhea Test
$69.95
8 Test Panel – Best Value
$199.95
Includes chlamydia + 7 additional tests
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Step 1

Order your test

Choose from the Dr recommended 8 Test Panel test or any individual test. Pay NOW online using secure checkout, or by phone. Our tests cost hundreds less than paying directly at the lab.

Step 2

Visit a lab

Choose from over 4,000 testing centers nationwide, with no appointments ever needed. Tests take only a few minutes and provide patient confidentiality & privacy.

Step 3

Get your results

Your Test results will be ready in 3 business days or less and you will be notified when they are ready. All tests are secure & confidential, keeping your identity completely private.


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If you are interested in knowing your sexual health status, test today and test often.

If you’re concerned about a recent encounter with someone whose STD status you don’t know, it is recommended to get tested in 2 weeks and again at 6 weeks after the encounter, to be sure the tests catch everything.

For a personalized test plan, call our Care Advisors at (888) 622-1662. Because different diseases become detectable by diagnostic testing at different times, this is the best way to ensure you get tested at the right time.

  • More about the Gonorrhea Test


    What type of testing method is used?
    This is a urine test. The lab will simply have you urinate into a cup to collect the urine sample.
    Do you offer throat and anal swabbing?
    At this time we do not offer throat or anal swabbing for testing of Gonorrhea. Please consult your PCP or visit an urgent care center and request an endocervical or urethral swab be performed.
    When should I be tested if I think I have had exposure to Gonorrhea?
    Routine screening in the absence of symptoms should be performed approximately two weeks after a suspected exposure to ensure accuracy of the testing. Since chlamydia and/or gonorrhea may occur simultaneously with other infections, such as hepatitis B, syphilis, and HIV, additional testing may be recommended. Repeated testing may be done if desired, 3-4 months after evaluation and treatment. You and your sexual partner(s) must be tested and treated and must complete the prescribed medication. Any sexual partners in the preceding 60 days should be evaluated, tested, and treated. The most recent sexual partner should be evaluated and treated even if the last sexual contact was more than 60 days before the diagnosis. You must abstain from all sexual contact for seven days after completing the treatment. You must also abstain from all sexual contact until your current sex partner(s) are treated or you will be re-exposed and will need to be retreated. If symptoms do not clear or re-occur after treatment is completed it is important to return to your health care provider for further evaluation.

    What will the results tell me?
    The results will tell you if you are positive or negative. We recommend that you get tested 2 weeks after possible exposure.
    Is gonorrhea curable?
    Gonorrhea can be cured with the right treatment. The CDC now recommends dual therapy (i.e. using two drugs) for the treatment of gonorrhea. It is important to take all of the medication prescribed to cure gonorrhea. Medication for gonorrhea should not be shared with anyone.
    Who should be tested for gonorrhea?
    Any sexually active person can be infected with gonorrhea. Anyone with genital symptoms such as discharge, burning during urination, unusual sores, or rash should stop having sex and see a health care provider immediately. Also, anyone with an oral, anal, or vaginal sex partner who has been recently diagnosed with an STD should be tested. Some people should be tested for Gonorrhea even if they do not have symptoms or know of a sex partner who has Gonorrhea. People who have Gonorrhea should also be tested for other STDs.
    Are any preparations needed before the test?
    There are no preparations necessary before having the test.


More about the Gonorrhea Test

What type of testing method is used?
This is a urine test. The lab will simply have you urinate into a cup to collect the urine sample.
Do you offer throat and anal swabbing?
At this time we do not offer throat or anal swabbing for testing of Gonorrhea. Please consult your PCP or visit an urgent care center and request an endocervical or urethral swab be performed.
When should I be tested if I think I have had exposure to Gonorrhea?
Routine screening in the absence of symptoms should be performed approximately two weeks after a suspected exposure to ensure accuracy of the testing. Since chlamydia and/or gonorrhea may occur simultaneously with other infections, such as hepatitis B, syphilis, and HIV, additional testing may be recommended. Repeated testing may be done if desired, 3-4 months after evaluation and treatment. You and your sexual partner(s) must be tested and treated and must complete the prescribed medication. Any sexual partners in the preceding 60 days should be evaluated, tested, and treated. The most recent sexual partner should be evaluated and treated even if the last sexual contact was more than 60 days before the diagnosis. You must abstain from all sexual contact for seven days after completing the treatment. You must also abstain from all sexual contact until your current sex partner(s) are treated or you will be re-exposed and will need to be retreated. If symptoms do not clear or re-occur after treatment is completed it is important to return to your health care provider for further evaluation.
What will the results tell me?
The results will tell you if you are positive or negative. We recommend that you get tested 2 weeks after possible exposure.
Is gonorrhea curable?
Gonorrhea can be cured with the right treatment. The CDC now recommends dual therapy (i.e. using two drugs) for the treatment of gonorrhea. It is important to take all of the medication prescribed to cure gonorrhea. Medication for gonorrhea should not be shared with anyone.
Who should be tested for gonorrhea?
Any sexually active person can be infected with gonorrhea. Anyone with genital symptoms such as discharge, burning during urination, unusual sores, or rash should stop having sex and see a health care provider immediately. Also, anyone with an oral, anal, or vaginal sex partner who has been recently diagnosed with an STD should be tested. Some people should be tested for Gonorrhea even if they do not have symptoms or know of a sex partner who has Gonorrhea. People who have Gonorrhea should also be tested for other STDs.
Are any preparations needed before the test?
There are no preparations necessary before having the test.