Region of Southern Denmark Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Chlamydia and gonorrhea are prevalent sexually transmitted infections in Denmark. Chlamydia infection often exhibit no symptoms, but signs of infection can include discharge, burning during urination, and spotting. Similarly, gonorrhea can be asymptomatic, yet infected individuals might experience painful urination and increased discharge. Consistent use of condom is crucial to prevent the transmission of both chlamydia and gonorrhea. When there's suspicion of infection, testing is recommended, as untreated infection may reduce the ability to conceive.

Infection with chlamydia or gonorrhea is usually not an emergency and can wait until the next workday.

Effective medication can be prescribed by a doctor. Below, you'll find information on testing options for chlamydia and gonorrhea. Some places also offer testing for syphilis and HIV.

Consultation addresses

Clinic of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Opening hours: All weekdays from 08-15.

You must call and book an appointment before you can be examined.

The offer is for young people between the ages of 15 and 29, LGBT+ individuals, and sex workers.

For testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea, individuals must have a Danish CPR number (Danish Health Card).

Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday from 16-18.

You can show up without having booked an appointment, or you can book an appointment online.

Offer for all young people.

Opening hours: Tuesday 13-18 and Wednesday 13-16.

Offer for young people under 25 years of age.

Opening hours (drop-in): Mondays between 15-16.

Booking: Monday between 10.30-11.30.

Online home test -

Only the following young people can order a test:

  • - Young people between 15-29 years of age living Kolding municipality.
  • - Young people who have received an SMS about the home test from Sex & Samfund.

On the website, you fill out an order form and choose the municipality you live in.

Click here to visit to book an appointment.