Why get tested?
More than 20 million people get STIs every year but most people don't present any symptoms for common STIs. Taking the STI test shouldn't be an after thought. It is a preventive measure. Pomcare makes it easy for people to get tested for common and treatable STIs.
Common STIs present no symptomsLearn more about STIs
Pomcare STI self-test tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis. These conditions often present no symptoms and can lead to negative health consequences, if left untreated.
Common STIs are treatable through medicationsSee treatment options
Common STIs are manageable and treatable through medications. Most treatment lasts from 1-7 days so don't be afraid to get tested. We can guide you to the best next step after results.
Frequent testing can help prevent the spreadLearn more from CDC
CDC recommends all sexually active people younger than 25 years old and who have multiple partners to be tested for gonorrhea and chlamydia ever year.
Ask us anything
Is the Pomcare STI test only for people with vaginas?
No. Pomcare STI test is for everybody. It is a urine test so anyone can use it and get results.
What is going to happen if I find out that I have STIs?
Pomcare will support you to get appropriate care and find the best next steps (e.g., prescription services, telehealth consultation)
Can I buy Pomcare tests offline?
Pomcare tests are currently only available through Pomcare.me.
How accurate is the Pomcare test?
Clinical testing shows that the test has more than 95%-100% sensitivity, which varies by conditions.
How do you use the Pomcare STI test?
Pomcare STI test is a urine test. You will have to collect your urine
STI-free community. Bring STI testing to universities.
Young adults 15-24 years old account for 50% of new STI cases. Provide access to covenient STI testing on campus to protect your community.