Urinary Tract STI Screening

In an asymptomatic person, a urine test for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, PCR, is best done. They say to have at least two hours since the last episode of urination. We want to get the first part of urine that comes out of the body. If a person has a pustular discharge, it is worthwhile to also do an additional gel swab to be able to do MCS to make sure that there is no resistance, in particular, for gonorrhoea.