If you have had unprotected sex and think that you have contracted chlamydia or gonorrhea, it is a good idea to get tested in order to get treatment as quickly as possible. In order for the test to show clearly whether or not you have been infected, you must wait at least one week after possible infection.
Testing for chlamydia/gonorrhea and treatment are free, whether you do the test at a clinic or online. If the test shows that you have chlamydia, you need to get treatment at a health centre (vårdcentral), youth clinic (ungdomsmottagning) or sexual health clinic (venerologmottagning). You will also have to notify any sexual partners. You can read more about sexual diseases, treatment and partner notification at Youmo.se.
Chlamydia testing at a clinic, Jönköping County
Everyone is welcome to be tested for chlamydia at the STI clinic (STI-mottagningen), which is the hospital’s clinic for sexually transmitted infections. If you are under 22 years of age, you can contact a Youth guidance centre.
If you have questions about chlamydia or want to get tested
If you have questions about sexually transmitted infections or want to make an appointment for a free examination and test, you should first contact the STI clinic or a youth clinic. You can also contact the midwife at the women´s healthcare service (kvinnohälsovården) – even if you are a man – or your local health centre!
Contact an STI clinic or visit the clinic during drop-in hours.
- The STI clinic, Nässjö care centre (Nässjö vårdcentrum)
- The STI clinic, Ryhov County Hospital (Länssjukhuset Ryhov, Jönköping)
- The dermatology clinic (Hudmottagningen) and STI clinic, Värnamo Hospital (Värnamo sjukhus)
Youth guidence centres
Youth guidance centre are intended for young people (male and female) from the age of 13 to 22 years. It costs nothing to visit a Youth guidence centre. If there is no centre in your municipality, you can contact your local Health centre.
Clinic for university students
Student Healthcare (Studenthälsan) at Jönköping University has a clinic where all students can get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea.
Healthcare centres, private clinics and hospitals
Make an appointment over the phone at one of the Healthcare centres in Jönköping county.
How it works
Make an appointment at the clinic. When you arrive for your appointment you must not have passed urine for at least one hour. It must also have been ten days or more since you had unprotected sex.
The staff will ask you some questions about your situation and you will then provide a sample for testing. The test is easy to do, with men providing a urine sample and women a urine sample and a vaginal swab. If you have been infected, the staff will call you as soon as the test results come back. You will then make an appointment to get treatment and notify sexual partners.