About s.a.m health

Welcome to s.a.m health - the discreet service for your sexual health.

s.a.m health was developed jointly by Deutsche Aidshilfe, Münchner Aidshilfe, Labor Lademannbogen, and ViiV Healthcare for you to manage your sexual health in a self-determined and confidential way.

Sexual health as a reliable individual service

Whatever your sex life looks like, we want you to enjoy it confidently, safely, and without hesitation. And regular testing for the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is an important part of good sexual health.

Our goal is to curb the spread of STI and HIV in Germany through regular testing. Most STIs are easily treatable and early diagnosis protects you from late complications or severe disease progression and your partners from undetected infections. Currently, the s.a.m health mail-order test kit includes tests for HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.

Convenient home testing for HIV & STI with personal counseling

s.a.m health combines the simplicity of a home test with the reliability of a laboratory analysis and the support of a personal consultation. Through our network of partner checkpoints, we can offer you both an initial telephone consultation and personal support from medically trained staff with links to specialized doctors or your attending physicians in your area, should a test be reactive or positive.

Our service adapts to your sexual health needs with flexible reminders - every three, six. or twelve months. During the initial consultation, you and your counselor select the test frequency that suits you best, and s.a.m health conveniently reminds you by text message to order the new test kit, which is then sent directly to your home after payment. After the initial consultation, all further consultations are voluntary - you determine your need for consultation.

Lab analysis from the comfort of your home

Order discreetly online, and return by post.

Sexual health, your way.

Our discreet mail order kit offers laboratory testing for HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, and Chlamydia.

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