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Bacterial Vaginosis, Candidiasis, and Trichomoniasis At-Home Test

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At home collection kit. Tests for Bacterial Vaginosis, Candidiasis, and Trichomoniasis. This comprehensive test gives you the ability to test in the privacy of your own home with everything provided to you.


  •  Vaginal Swab Collection
  •  Discreet Packaging
  •  Tested in Certified Lab
  •  Results in 3-5 days
  •  Virtual Care Included






Avoid Self-Diagnosis and Treatment:

While over-the-counter treatments are available for yeast infections, it's important to confirm the diagnosis with a healthcare provider before starting treatment. Self-diagnosis and improper treatment can lead to recurrence or worsened symptoms.

Partner Notification:

Some of these infections, like trichomoniasis, are sexually transmitted. If diagnosed, it's important to notify sexual partners so they can also be tested and treated if necessary.

Follow Medical Advice:

If diagnosed with any of these infections, follow your healthcare provider's recommended treatment plan. Finish the entire course of prescribed medications, even if symptoms improve.

Preventive Measures:

Practicing good genital hygiene, wearing breathable underwear, avoiding scented products, and practicing safe sexual practices can help prevent the recurrence of these infections.

Follow-Up Care:

If you receive a positive result, follow the recommended steps for treatment and follow-up care. If you receive a negative result but still have symptoms, consult a healthcare provider for further evaluation.

This test is not available for pregnant women.


  1. 1Register your kit online. Then fill out the label on the back of the registration card. Place label lengthwise on the specimen tube.
  2. 2Open vaginal swab from packaging and hold the swab in the middle of the swab shafts with your fingertips at the scoreline.
  3. 3Insert swab tip into the vagina about 2 inches past the vagina entrance. Rotate the swab against the vaginal walls for 30 seconds.
  4. 4Open specimen tube while holding the swab. Place the swab into the specimen tube, ensuring the swab tip is covered in the liquid inside the tube.
  5. 5Break the swab at the scoreline. Screw cap back onto the specimen tube.
  6. 6Place specimen tube into the specimen bag then place the bag into the INDICAID health box. Put the box into the relabeled shipping bag.
  7. 7Schedule a pickup or drop-off your sample at your local UPS store. Be sure to do this only on Mondays-Thursdays.
  8. 8You're all done! We will reach out as soon as we have gotten your sample at the lab.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bacterial Vaginosis, Candidiasis and Trichomoniasis?


Bacterial vaginosis happens when bacteria usually found in the vagina grow too much. This growth upsets the balance of "good" and "bad" bacteria in the vagina. Bacterial vaginosis tends to occur during childbearing years.


Candidiasis is a fungal infection caused by a yeast (a type of fungus) called Candida. It is a condition that arises when there is an excessive proliferation of yeast within the vaginal area. Factors such as hormonal fluctuations, medication usage, or alterations in the immune system can heighten the risk of infection.


Trichomoniasis , commonly referred to as "trich," is a highly prevalent sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by an infection with Trichomonas vaginalis, a protozoan parasite.

What are the symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis?


People with bacterial vaginosis often have no symptoms. Symptoms might include thin gray, white or green fluid coming from the vagina. Other symptoms may include a foul, fishy smell from the vagina, an itchy vagina, or burning while urinating.

What are the symptoms of Candidiasis (yeast infection)?


Signs indicative of a yeast infection encompass: vaginal itching or discomfort, pain during sexual intercourse, discomfort or pain while urinating, and irregular vaginal discharge. Typically, vaginal candidiasis presents as a mild condition. Nonetheless, in certain cases, it can progress to severe infections characterized by redness, swelling, and fissures in the vaginal wall.

What are the symptoms of Trichomoniasis?


Trichomoniasis causes a foul-smelling vaginal discharge, genital itching, and painful urination in women. Men typically have no symptoms. Complications include a risk of premature delivery for pregnant women.

Why is it important to test and treat for BV, Candidiasis and Trich?


Getting tested and treated for Bacterial Vaginosis, Candidiasis, and Trichomoniasis is important for several reasons; it alleviates symptoms, prevents complications, and promotes good sexual health. Failing to address BV can result in severe complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or persistent infections. Failing to treat Candidiasis can lead to alterations in the immune system affecting your vital organs such as your heart, brain, eyes, bones and blood. Neglecting treatment for Trichomoniasis can cause infection in the uterus and fallopian tubes leading to severe complications such as PID.