Comprehensive STI Testing in Bangkok

Introduction: At Blez Clinic, we understand the importance of sexual health. Our clinics in Asoke and Phrom Phong offer reliable and confidential STI testing services to help you stay informed and healthy. With our convenient locations and professional staff, getting tested has never been easier.

Why Choose Our Clinic for STI Testing?

Confidentiality Assured: Your privacy is our priority. All tests and results are handled with the utmost confidentiality.

Convenient Locations: Our clinics in Asoke and Phrom Phong are easily accessible and offer flexible appointment times.

Experienced Staff: Our team of experienced healthcare professionals ensures accurate and prompt testing and results.

Types of STI Tests We Offer

  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Trichomonas
  • Ureaplasma
  • Mycoplasma

Understand the importance of early detection and embrace a healthier future with our expert-led treatments.

STI Testing Packages

All packages include a doctor's consultation fee before the test and when you receive the results.

STI Testing Packages
Test Sample Result STI-A STI-B STI-C URINE-7 URINE-2
HIV Antibody screening test Blood sample 1-2 days
Syphilis screening test
Hepatitis B screening test
Hepatitis C screening test
Chlamydia Urine sample or Throat Swab sample 5-7 days
Package Price 980 THB 3,990 THB 8,990 THB 8,000 THB 6,000 THB
Urine sample & Throat Swab sample 5-7 days 13,790 THB
(+4,800 THB)
12,800 THB
(+4,800 THB)
9,600 THB
(+3,600 THB)
Herpes Simplex PCR with Urine sample 7,980 THB
(+7,000 THB)
10,990 THB
(+7,000 THB)
13,190 THB
(+4,200 THB)
12,200 THB
(+4,200 THB)
10,200 THB
(+4,200 THB)
Urine sample & Throat Swab sample + Herpes Simplex PCR with Urine sample 17,990 THB
(+9,000 THB)
17,000 THB
(+9,000 THB)
13,800 THB
(+7,800 THB)

Note: For detailed information on each test included in our packages, or to schedule an appointment, please contact the respective clinic:

Early Detection and Timing: The Key to STI Testing

Effective treatment of STIs starts with early detection. It's also vital to understand the window period for accurate test results. This is the time after you might have been exposed to an STI but before a test can reliably detect it. Testing too soon could lead to incorrect results. It's important to wait the necessary time after exposure for the most accurate testing, which helps in getting the right treatment quickly.

Testing too early can cause inaccurate results, possibly leading you to believe you’re STD-free when you’re really not.

When to Get Tested for STDs

This table outlines the typical window periods for various STIs, helping you determine the best time to get tested:

STI Test Type Window Period
HIV 3rd generation test (antibodies) 21-90 days
4th generation test (antibodies & antigens) 14-21 days
PCR test 10-14 days
Syphilis VDRL test 90 days
Hepatitis B HBsAg, HBsAb, HBcAb
Hepatitis C Anti HCV
Chlamydia Urine PCR test 1 week

"STIs: Symptoms, Testing, and Treatment Guide"


Overview: HIV compromises the immune system and, without effective management, can lead to AIDS. Regular testing and early treatment are crucial for living a healthy life with HIV.

Transmission: HIV is transmitted through unprotected sex, shared needles, and from mother to child during birth.

Symptoms: Many people with HIV don't show symptoms initially. When symptoms do appear, they're often like the flu.

Testing Method: HIV is diagnosed with a blood test.

Treatment: While there's no cure, antiretroviral therapy (ART) can effectively manage HIV.


Overview: A bacterial infection that begins as a painless sore and can severely affect various organs if untreated. Timely detection and treatment are key to a full recovery.

Transmission: Syphilis spreads through sexual contact, including contact with a syphilis sore.

Symptoms: Early symptoms include sores, a rash, and mild fever.

Testing Method: Blood tests and physical examinations are used for diagnosis.

Treatment: Antibiotics, typically penicillin, can cure syphilis.

Hepatitis B

Overview: A serious liver infection that can become chronic and cause long-term health issues. Vaccination and early treatment can prevent serious complications.

Transmission: Hepatitis B is transmitted through unprotected sex, shared needles, and from mother to child.

Symptoms: Symptoms include jaundice, fatigue, and abdominal pain.

Testing Method: A blood test is used to diagnose Hepatitis B.

Treatment: Vaccination and antiviral medications are available for management.

Hepatitis C

Overview: Causes liver inflammation and can result in significant liver damage. Early diagnosis and treatment can greatly improve health outcomes.

Transmission: Like Hepatitis B, it spreads through unprotected sex and shared needles.

Symptoms: Often asymptomatic; some experience fatigue and abdominal pain.

Testing Method: Diagnosis is done through a blood test.

Treatment: Hepatitis C can be treated with antiviral medications.


Overview: A common STD that can have serious repercussions on reproductive health. Easily treatable when caught early.

Transmission: It's spread through unprotected sex, including oral and anal sex.

Symptoms: Symptoms include painful urination and pelvic pain.

Testing Method: Chlamydia can be detected through urine tests or swab tests.

Treatment: It is usually treated with antibiotics.


Overview: A bacterial STD affecting various parts of the body. Easily treatable, but early detection is essential to prevent complications.

Transmission: Gonorrhea is transmitted in the same way as Chlamydia.

Symptoms: Symptoms include painful urination and discharge.

Testing Method: Diagnosis is via urine tests and swab tests.

Treatment: Antibiotics are effective for treating gonorrhea.


Overview: Caused by a parasite, often without symptoms. Easily curable with the right treatment.

Transmission: Spread primarily through sexual contact, especially among those with multiple partners.

Symptoms: Symptoms include itching, burning, and discharge.

Testing Method: Trichomonas is diagnosed with swab tests or urine tests.

Treatment: It is usually treated with antibiotics.


Overview: A common bacterium in the reproductive system, which can lead to complications if untreated. Easy to diagnose and treat effectively.

Transmission: This infection spreads through unprotected sex.

Symptoms: Many people are asymptomatic, but some may experience burning or discharge.

Testing Method: Ureaplasma is diagnosed through urine tests and swab tests.

Treatment: Treated with antibiotics.


Overview: A bacterium causing urinary tract infections, emerging as an STI. Effective treatment available for those tested early.

Transmission: Mycoplasma is also spread through unprotected sex.

Symptoms: Often asymptomatic; some may experience burning or discharge.

Testing Method: Like Ureaplasma, it's diagnosed with urine and swab tests.

Treatment: Treated with antibiotics.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is an STI?

An STI, or sexually transmitted infection, is an infection transmitted through sexual contact. Common STIs include chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV.

How do I know if I have an STI?

Symptoms of STIs vary but can include unusual discharge, pain during urination, and sores or rashes in the genital area. Some STIs may not show symptoms, so regular testing is important.

How often should I get tested for STIs?

It depends on your sexual activity and risk factors. Generally, it is recommended to get tested at least once a year if you are sexually active, and more frequently if you have multiple partners or other risk factors.

What should I expect during STI tests?

STI tests can involve blood samples, urine samples, or throat swabs. The specific test will depend on the type of STI being tested for.

Blood test results take 1-2 days, while urine and throat swab test results take 5-7 days.

Test results can be reported in one of three ways:

  • By visiting the clinic again to receive the results directly from the doctor
  • By phone
  • By email

No fasting is required for these tests.

Is STI testing confidential?

Yes, STI testing at our clinic is confidential. Your results are private and will only be shared with you.

What should I do if I test positive for an STI?

If you test positive, our medical professionals will provide you with the necessary treatment and guidance. It’s important to inform your recent sexual partners so they can also get tested.

How can I book an STI test at your clinic?

You can book an STI test by contacting us through our website, calling our clinic, or visiting us in person. We offer convenient appointment times and confidential services.

Why Should You Get Tested for STIs?

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can affect anyone who is sexually active, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation. Getting tested for STIs is important for several reasons:

  • Protect Your Health: Early detection and treatment of STIs can prevent serious health complications.
  • Protect Your Partner: Knowing your STI status can help prevent the spread of infections to your partner(s).
  • Peace of Mind: Regular testing ensures you are informed about your sexual health and can provide peace of mind.

When to Get Tested?

  • If you have had unprotected sex.
  • If you have multiple sexual partners.
  • If you are starting a new relationship.
  • If you have symptoms such as unusual discharge, pain during urination, or genital sores.
  • As part of your regular health check-up.

How to Book an STI Test

Booking an STI test at our clinic is simple and confidential. You can contact either of our branches:

Asoke Branch

Phrom Phong Branch

We offer a range of STI tests and provide professional, confidential care to ensure your comfort and privacy.