Chlamydia Testing

The easiest way to order chlamydia testing online.

Get Tested Now - $89

What is Chlamydia Testing?

Chlamydia testing is used to identify the presence of the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis, which causes a fairly common STI infection. Testing for chlamydia is typically offered by local testing centers and healthcare providers as a way to prevent the spread of an untreated infection. Testing options are available such as at-home or urgent care testing. However, these visitations may involve uncomfortable swabbing or a lack of discretion when it comes to your personal information.

That’s where we come in. Priority STD offers FDA-approved chlamydia tests to prioritize the privacy you want with the results you need. No surprise fees. No long waits. No uncomfortable situations.

Verified STD testing provider by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 12/01/2020.
Recognized member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) since 2015.
Named best STD test provider by Healthline on 03/24/2021.

Delightfully easy, surprisingly quick chlamydia testing.

How Chlamydia Testing Works

Chlamydia testing often involves using a cotton ball to swab the area of concern, such as the vagina (for women) or the urethra (for men).1 However, we know swabbing is an often uncomfortable experience that everyone would rather do without—given the chance. That’s why Priority STD only requires a simple urine test to accurately identify a chlamydia infection.

With this sample, our CLIA-certified labs perform specialized yet speedy testing to determine the presence of infection. Then, online results are made available to you within 72 hours after collection.

We understand. Getting tested for chlamydia is the last thing you want to do right now. That is why Priority STD allows people, like yourself, to get tested without the hurdles.

We’ve made getting tested for chlamydia as easy as 1-2-3. Order online, visit a local testing center and get results within 72 hours. All that’s needed is a simple urine test—no swabbing required! And, we’ll be with you every step of the way. Our care counselors are available to answer any questions, whether you need assistance ordering tests or interpreting their results.

Our Tests are FDA Approved and Performed in CLIA Certified Labs

Twin STD Panel

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea

Trich & Mycoplasma Tests Available

10-Panel STD Test

Most Popular $198
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphilis
  • Herpes 1
  • Herpes 2
  • HIV 1 Ab
  • HIV 1 Ag
  • HIV 2 Ab
Trich, Mycoplasma & HIV RNA Tests Available

Individual STD Tests

  • Chlamydia - $89
  • Gonorrhea - $89
  • Hepatitis B - $59
  • Hepatitis C - $59
  • Herpes I/II - $99
  • HIV 1/2 - $79
  • Syphilis - $69
  • Trichomoniasis - $109
  • Mycoplasma Genitalium - $139
  • HIV RNA Early Detection - $169

Have Questions?

To get same day testing, simply purchase your lab order either online from our website or over the phone with one of our care counselors. Once your order has been placed, you can get tested immediately at any of our local and discreet collection facilities without an appointment. No other patients at the testing center will know your reason for visiting other than to give a routine urine and blood sample.
Your test results are accessible through a secure login unique to your order, updated 24 hours a day including partial results. Once your final results are available, you'll be notified by email discreetly. Test results are expedited as a rush order and typically process just 24-72 hours after visiting the collection facility. If you have questions about your results or require a treatment consult, our care counselors are just a phone call away. Nothing will ever be sent to your home or healthcare provider to respect your privacy.
No appointments are required at the collection facility after you have ordered your test. Your lab order is valid for 90 days and can be used immediately once your order has been placed. Typically your entire visit will take no more than 15-30 minutes.
Even after you have selected a testing site, you can switch locations any time you wish. Your lab order can be used at all Quest Diagnostics collection sites within the same state without having to change your lab order. If you wish to test in a different state, simply call to speak with a care counselor who can update your requisition. There are no fees associated with switching testing sites either.
Patients frequently ask if swabs are required for testing. Swab testing is not only uncomfortable, but also can be embarrassing. Our tests do not require a swab or any other type of visual examination. All that is needed is a simple urine and blood sample.
All of the tests we offer are FDA approved and performed in CLIA certified labs to ensure the highest level of accuracy. Some STDs require that you wait a period of time after sexual contact before getting tested. Each disease has a different latency period, so understanding when to test is important. If you have questions, our care counselors are happy to walk you through the process, start to finish.
No fasting is required for any type of test we offer. If you are testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis, please ensure that you have not urinated for at least one hour prior to visiting the testing center.
To use your health insurance, we are able to provide all of the necessary information to file a self-claim. We utilize Quest Diagnostics which is the largest lab network in the nation, therefore most healthcare providers will offer some form of reimbursement. We will never directly bill your insurance to ensure your results are completely private and kept off of your permanent health record.


  1. “Chlamydia trachomatis – Diagnosis.” Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, February 20, 2020.
  2. “Sexually Transmitted Infections Prevalence, Incidence, and Cost Estimates in the United States.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, January 25, 2021.
  3. “Which STD Tests Should I Get?” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, July 22, 2021.


Reviewed on 07/27/2021