STI Male Urethritis Test Kit


Male Urethritis Test Kit – Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra and is often due to sexually transmitted Infections.

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  • These tests are meant for individual consumption. If you wish to order multiple test kits for multiple people, you will need to register as a provider.
  • How do I register as a provider?

Sample Type

  • 1 urethral swab collected in an Aptima® Transport Tube or
  • 2 mL male urine collected in an Aptima® Transport Tube

What’s the Difference Between STI and STD?

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) differ from Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) in that STIs are the beginning stages of an STD, and some STIs never develop into STDs. STIs are infections that occur when a sexually transmitted bacteria or virus first enters the body and begins to multiply. After the sexually transmitted bacteria or virus has entered the body, the infection may progress into a disease. It is important to note that not all diseases begin with infections, and that diseases are classified as being when a foreign presence officially disrupts the body’s normal function and processes causing symptoms to appear.

Who Should Get Tested?

  • The CDC recommends yearly testing for all sexually active adults, but generally it is best to get tested if you:
    • have had unprotected sex
    • have had or are planning to have sex with a new partner
    • have multiple sexual partners
    • are concerned you may have been exposed to an STI
    • are pregnant
    • share injection equipment

Patient Preparation

  • No special preparation is needed


  • Note: Result turnaround times are only an estimate and may be subject to change.
    • Choose the option that is right for you.
    • Depending on what you choose shipments can arrive anywhere from 1-5 days


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Learn how to keep you and your partner(s) safe and healthy

STIs are common among sexually active adults. Understanding STI symptoms, prevention, and management can help you be healthy, safe, and on top of your sexual health.

STIs are common and treatable

The WHO estimates that nearly 1 million STIs are transmitted every day with the four most common being chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Most STIs can be treated with either antibiotics or antiviral drugs.

Getting tested is invaluable

Some STIs have no noticeable symptoms. The best way to know for sure if you have an STI is to get tested regularly if you're sexually active.


Be proactive with your sexual health

At-home testing is a convenient and discreet option to take care of your sexual health.

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Discreet packaging

Your package will have a plain shipping label, no test name or visual indicators. So your test is private to you.

Access to a confidential consult

If you test positive, we offer consultations by appointment with a physician to discuss treatment options and/or follow-up testing.


Be proactive with your sexual health

CLIA Certified Labs

Our lab is CLIA-certified (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments). This means we have to meet high standards to obtain both state and federal certifications and submit ourselves to regular inspections.

Physician Reviewed Results

Ai_Diagnostics tests are reviewed by an independent board-certified physician within your state.

Secure Data

Ai_Diagnostics is HIPAA-compliant and takes your privacy very seriously. We use state-of-the-art, bank-grade encryption to ensure your data is stored securely, and under no circumstance do we ever sell your data.


Results you can understand sent to your device

Easy to Understand

Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. We also offer TeleGenetic Consultation appointment with Board-Certified Physician to discuss your results and treatment options.


Our at-home lab test kit is delivered in discreet packaging with a pre-paid label, and taken in the privacy of your own home. Results are sent directly to your device from our secure platform.


Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report to help guide your next steps.


Collect your sample at home and mail it back

Register your kit

Once your test kit arrives, fill out the patient information on the requisition included in your box.


Collect your sample at home

Collect your sample and mail it to our certified lab with prepaid shipping.


Receive results in days

Within days you'll receive physician-reviewed digital results and useful insights on our secure platform.


Speak with a physician

Follow up with a healthcare professional to learn more about your results and get your questions answered.



  • What is an STI panel, and why should I consider getting one?

    What is an STI panel, and why should I consider getting one?

    An STI panel, or sexually transmitted infection panel, is a comprehensive set of tests designed to detect various sexually transmitted infections. Getting an STI panel is crucial for anyone sexually active, as it helps identify and treat infections early, preventing potential health complications and transmission to partners.

  • What infections are included in an STI panel?

    What infections are included in an STI panel?

    Our STI Panel is taken in the privacy of your own home, and the test covers many common sexually transmitted diseases including:

    • Chlamydia
    • Gonorrhea
    • Syphilis
    • Trichomonas
    • Herpes Simplex Virus 1 & 2

    This Ai_Diagnostics at-home STI Test requires one urine sample. All necessary components are included inside the kit. We provide easy-to-read instructions, and the collection process is quick. Simply follow a few steps and return your at-sample to our lab for processing

  • How often should I get an STI panel?

    How often should I get an STI panel?

    The frequency of necessary testing really varies based on how sexually active you are and if you’re currently outside of a monogamous relationship. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends every 3-12 months depending on risk category, but most medical professionals would agree that a yearly STI test is the minimum responsible frequency and testing should be done more if -- and when -- you engage in unprotected sex with a new partner. Preventing the spread of STIs and STDs is everybody’s responsibility and knowing your status is a great way to do your part while also keeping yourself and your partner(s) healthy.

    Various risk factors are linked with a greater likelihood of getting an STI. These include the following:

    • Age - According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 15–24 year old's account for half of all new sexually transmitted infections.
    • Biological sex - Young people assigned female at birth are more biologically susceptible to many sexually transmitted infections than those assigned male at birth at the same age.
    • Sexual behaviors - Certain behaviors, like having unprotected sex, can heighten the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
    • Substance use - Among sexually active people, using drugs or alcohol is linked with a greater likelihood of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
    • Sex partners - The risk of getting an STI increases the more sex partners you have and if you have sex with someone who has an STI.

    How to know if you have an STI?

    Our at-home STI Genital Lesion Panel gives you an accurate, confidential STI check that can help you discover if your symptoms may be the result of sexually transmitted infections—allowing you to get the right treatment as soon as possible.

  • Do I need an STI panel if I use protection or have no symptoms?

    Do I need an STI panel if I use protection or have no symptoms?

    Yes, getting an STI panel is still important even if you use protection or have no noticeable symptoms. Condoms and other protective measures reduce the risk but do not eliminate it entirely. Many STIs can be asymptomatic, so testing is the only way to know for sure.

  • What guidance will I get along with my results?

    What guidance will I get along with my results?

    The STI test checks whether or not you test positive for a variety of sexually transmitted diseases. In the event that your test results are abnormal, a board-certified physician is available to discuss your particular case and prescribe medication where applicable by booking an Sexual Health Consultation online at

    In rare cases, you may not receive a definitive result because of short post-exposure time or inadequate sampling. These results do not mean that your results are going to be abnormal, it just means that the testing was unable to provide a clear answer at this time, and repeat testing is suggested.

  • Is my information kept confidential when I get an STI panel?

    Is my information kept confidential when I get an STI panel?

    Yes, healthcare providers prioritize patient confidentiality. Your STI test results are kept confidential and shared only with you and authorized healthcare personnel. Your privacy is protected.

  • Are STI panels covered by insurance?

    Are STI panels covered by insurance?

    The coverage of STI panels by insurance can vary depending on your plan and location. It's advisable to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any associated costs.