There are a number of services you can go to. Choose the one you feel most comfortable with.
A chlamydia test can be done at:
a genitourinary medicine (GUM) or sexual health clinic
your general practice
contraception and young people’s clinics
Abortion clinics, antenatal services and some gynaecology services may also offer women a test.
In England local councils pay for free testing for all sexually active men and women under the age of 25 in their area as part of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme.
Some local councils will also provide outreach testing which can be available from places such as colleges, youth clubs, military bases, and other convenient places. The screening programme is usually advertised locally.
In some areas you can order a free self-sampling kit online to do at home. See www.nhs.uk
It's also possible to buy a chlamydia test to do at home. The accuracy of these tests varies. Some types are very accurate when carried out according to the instructions, others can be less reliable. If you buy a testing kit make sure you get advice from a pharmacist or your doctor.
You can also choose to pay for a chlamydia test at a private clinic.