Cervical Cancer Screening & HPV testing!
Private Smear Test by Experienced Medical Nurses for a reassuring experience.
We are located
Opposite Wimbledon Station*
* = Tube (District Line); Train (From London Waterloo via Clapham Junction [15 minutes]); Tram (Croydon Tramlink).
Why not book an appointment with our Nurse for a Cervical smear at a time most convenient to yourself.
Our aim is to provide you with the most affordable private cervical smear and HPV testing services in London. You will have a highly trained nurse performing the procedure. The Results will be reported by one of the premier laboratories in the UK.
A Consultation with your Nurse and sending you the results with written Laboratory and GP comments is included in the below price.
|Appointment||Price||Duration of Appointment|
|Cervical Smear (Screening)||£89||20 minutes|
|Cervical Smear (Screening) + ‘High risk’ HPV [Human Papilloma Virus] test||£128||20 minutes|
|Cervical Smear (Screening) + ‘Full’ HPV [Human Papilloma Virus] test (low and high risk)||£161||20 minutes|
As you are aware, this is to test for Cervical cancer. You can get this for free on the NHS. Such as from your NHS Nurse or local family planning clinic, from the age of 25. Unless abnormal, you can have this done every three years till the age of 64.
You may want a private smear test done with us if you find it difficult to get to your GP Surgery/ family planning clinic, or the times are inconvenient for you. Likewise, you may choose us if you do not want to wait for three years to have your smear test done again. We will post the results to your home address (unless otherwise stated) and you can always give the results to your NHS nurse to update your records.
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) testing is not done routinely in the NHS. It is a common and highly contagious infection. Over three-quarters of sexually active women acquiring it at some time in their lives. There are over 100 types of HPV, 40 of which can affect the genital area. Infection with HPV (especially ‘high risk’ HPV) can cause abnormal tissue growth and other changes to cells within your cervix. This may lead to cervical cancer. Hence, you may want to test for the presence of this.
You can vaccinate yourself or your child against the most ‘high risk’ strains of HPV. Please look under All Other Vaccinations. It is best to be vaccinated before sexual activity starts between the ages of 9 and 26.
If by misfortune, your results do come back as being significantly abnormal, we would be more than happy to discuss a referral to a Private gynaecologist via our GP Telephone Results Interpreting Service. You may choose to see your NHS Nurse in these circumstances to get a referral to the Colposcopy clinic via the NHS. We cannot guarantee your NHS nurse will do this for you, but we are sure that it would be done, as we are all here to ensure that you don’t get Cervical cancer.
You can book this appointment yourself via the On-Line booking system. This allows you to be in complete control of when you need to be seen. We would be very grateful if you could contact us to cancel your appointment if you are unable to make it.