If you have recently had unprotected sex then you may be at risk of a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Symptoms of genital chlamydia and genital gonorrhoea include discharge from your penis or discomfort, burning or stinging when you urinate. Some men with STIs don't experience any symptoms therefore you should get tested regardless of whether you have symptoms or not.
You should wait two weeks since possible exposure before testing for chlamydia or gonorrhoea as it is unlikely that it will be picked up before this, and 14 weeks before testing for HIV.
If you are experiencing or subsequently develop severe pain, redness or swelling in the testicles or pain in the lower abdomen then you should NOT use this service and go straight to your local sexual health clinic or see a doctor, as these symptoms require urgent treatment.