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The rate of n.Gonorrhoeae infections has increased 239% in the last decade, after dropping in the 1980's. At the same time resistance to treatment by antibiotics including penicillin, tetracyclines, erythromycin and cifrofloxacin has dramatically increased. These trends emphasize the need for the early diagnosis offered by the viaguard test.

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Early detection is the key to treatment and complete recovery. Untreated or prolonged infections will cause irreversible damage.

Self-testing for neisseria - gonorrhoeae and chlamydia trachomatis in a clinically supervised test.

During an 8 month period, 976 self tests were performed. In all 143 infections were detected, which would have been missed without the self testing program.

C.Trachomatis(chlamydia) and n.Gonorrhoeae have a close symbiotic relationship, and patients are often infected by both pathogens. The existance of n.Gonorrhoeae improves the reproductice capacity of c.Trachomatis by 100 times. It is essential to test for both pathogens simultaneously, as does this test.


Chlamydia is the most commonly transmitted disease in North America, often transmitted in tandem with gonnorhea or other sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually active individuals and individuals with multiple partners or a partner who has had multiple partners are at the highest risk.

Chlamydia is caused by any of the 3 species of the Chlamydia bacterium and there are over 4 million new cases annually in North America.

70% of people infected with Chlamydia will show no symptoms. Therein lies the extreme danger that asymptomatic carriers will spread the disease and it may progress to serious stages because of a lack of visible symptoms.

Symptoms in Women

Women also may not exhibit any symptoms although infected with Chlamydia but visible symptoms include:

Symptoms in Men

A high percentage of men will exhibit no symptoms of Chlamydia and when they do appear they may be similar to gonnorhea. Symptoms include:


The last several years have seen a 37.6% increase in the incidence of chlamydia among men and 20.3% among women, yet the rate for chlamydia is still 3x more prevelant among women then men. This paints a picture of increasing transmission of the disease from women. Part of the problem is that women are often asymptomatic, but will ultimately develop PID, a cause of infertility, as well as other conditions. Pregnant women can pass the disease to their infant during delivery. The center for disease control recommends that all sexually active women under 25 be tested annually, as should their partners. Chlamydia can be transmitted during oral sex.


Gonnorhea is caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonnorhea and is one of the most common infectious diseases transmitted during sexual contact (vaginal, oral, anal sex).

Symptoms in Women

Women may be asymptomatic or they may have symptoms that are frequently mistaken for another type of infection. Symptoms include:

Symptoms in Men

Symptoms usually appear within a week after infection but in some cases may take up to 30 days. Some people are asymptomatic and are unaware that they have caught the disease. This poses the risk of complications and spreading the infection. Symptoms in men include:

Principles of the Test

The Gonnorhea/Chlamydia Rapid Test is based on antigen-specific antibodies immobilized on the test region of the membrane incorporated in the cassette. During testing the biological sample reacts with the anti-gonnorhea/chlamydia antibodies which conjugate the coloured particles that are precoated onto the sample pad of the test. The mixture then migrates through the membrane through capillary action and a colour band will form in the test region of the membrane.

Test Methodology

The Viaguard Gonnorhea/Chlamydia test is extremely accurate (over 99.9%), if the samples are properly collected. Both the preliminary and confirmatory test each contain a package of two sterile swabs.

Female Sample Collection

Use the first swab to remove any excess mucous or pustular material from the endocervical area. This swab should be safely discarded. The second swab should be inserted in the vagina past into the endocervical canal until the tip is no longer invisible. The swab is then rotated and brushed against the canal’s wall for 15-20 seconds. Remove the swab and insert into the extraction tube.

Male Sample Collection

The specimen should be collected at least 1 hour after your last urination. Use 1 swab to clean any pustular material that may be in the penis orfus. Insert the 2nd swab approximately 1 ½ inches through the penis into the urethra, rotate it while brushing tubular wall. Place the swab into the extraction tube.


An increasing number of cases indicate that infections with chlamydia trachomatis and neisseria gonorrhea may become localized in the orapharynx (back of throat) and rectum.

This is particular true for sexual practices that involve these areas and the findings are applicable to men and women.

These infections may be asymptomatic unlike the usual urethral infection which is evidence by discharge, burning sensation and other symptoms described on our website www.Viaguardinc.Com.

The viaguard test for chlamydia and gonorrhea can be used in the same manner for swabbing the orapharynx and/or rectal areas. If there is reason for concern, you may require additional kits to address this potential problem.

After the swabs are in the extraction tube

Add 8 drops of extraction buffer A into the extraction tube and for about 2 minutes use a circular motion to role the swab against the size of the extraction tube soaking up the liquid. At the end of 2 minutes press the swab against the wall of the extraction tube expressing as much fluid as possible.

Add 8 drops of extraction buffer B to the extraction tube and repeat the process for only 1 minute.

Finally, expressing as much fluid as possible by pressing against the walls of the extraction tube and then removing and discarding safely the swab. Remove the cassette of the test from the sealed pouch and place it on a clean level surface. Add 3 or 4 drops of the specimen fluid from the dropper end of the extraction tube to the circular well on the cassette. A colour will begin to appear and migrate across the test membrane area and a coloured band will appear in approximately 15 minutes at which time the test can be interpreted (see illustration). Test results are invalid after 20 minutes.


If your result is negative, the confirmatory test should be done in 20-25 days. If that test is also negative, you are infection free.

If the primary test is positive, the confirmatory test should be done in 5-7 days. A second positive means you are infected and you should immediately see a medical professional.

In any sexually-transmitted disease, there is a societal obligation to avoid sexual or other contact that could result in the spread of the disease. You must advise any person with who you have had sexual contact of the possibility of infection.


The incidence of sexually transmitted disease has continued to increase despite massive public education campaigns, and a lot of taboos about seeking a diagnosis. 20%+ of the public have an STD, and many will spread it. Sexually transmitted diseases include -- HIV, Chlamydia, Gonnorhea, Syphylis, Gential Herpes, Hepatitis and others. Because of a perceived social stigma associated with STD's there is a reluctance to be diagnosed and a feeling that what you don't know cannot hurt you. This is reinforced by the fact many STD's are initially asymptomatic for periods of time.

Remember STD's are an infection, they have no moral component, recognize no demographic distinction, and respond to early treatment.



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