Private STD Test London

STD/ STI symptoms? Complete Confidentiality!

We are located

Opposite Wimbledon Station*

* = Tube (District Line); Train (From London Waterloo via Clapham Junction [15 minutes]); Tram (Croydon Tramlink).
We are confident that we have the lowest priced private sexual health testing,
so we offer you a:

Sexual Health Clinic London
PRICE BEAT GUARANTEE!
**

** = We will beat (proof needed) any like-for-like (non sale) private sexual health clinic test price (excluding admin fee) run by a similar British run Private GP Service & Laboratory! (Guarantee valid till test done)
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to see a GP instantly.

Why not come and see one of our Doctors to discuss and investigate all your sexual health needs. It is completely confidential and we will not disclose any of your information unless you give us explicit instructions to do so.

You can use a False name if you want to, but we would require a valid email address to send your results to you.

Appointment Price Duration of Appointment
PLEASE NOTE – We do NOT treat Genital Warts at our clinic
* = £5 Surcharge for Weekend appointment
Sexual Health Clinic Consultation £55* 20 minutes

Please Note –
The above price is for a consultation with a Doctor and if needed, also includes the administration charge for performing further investigations. You will need to pay additionally for each of the below tests requested.

Some of the tests that can be requested are summarised below.


WHAT TESTS DO I NEED?

Sexual Encounter Tests Needed
Oral Sex Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Herpes, Syphilis.
Less commonly – HIV, Hepatitis A/B/C.
Intercourse Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV, Hepatitis B/C, Syphilis, HSV I/II, Trichomonas Vaginalis, Mycoplasma/ Ureaplasma genitalium.

PLEASE CALL RECEPTION
if you need a cervical smear, so that they can book you in with a female GP who is able to perform this.


I have done something silly!! What do I do?


First, stay calm!

DO NOT have sex with your partner. If intercourse is unavoidable, use a condom.

Do you have any symptoms? Symptoms normally take 1-2 weeks to appear, but can sometimes occur within 2 days.

Non specific Urethritis (NGU), Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and PID symptoms include burning or frequency of urination or a white/ yellow/ green discharge from your genitals or testicular pain or lower abdominal pain or pain/ bleeding during (or after) intercourse or bleeding in between your periods (or heavier periods than normal) with a high fever and vomiting.

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea can also affect your rectum (after unprotected anal intercourse with discharge and pain), your throat ( after unprotected oral sex) or your eyes (red, painful and discharging).

If you do have some of the above symptoms, your GP may suggest that you start treatment early while you are waiting for your results to come back or if you are too early to have your tests done. Examples of drug regimes used include Doxycycline 100mg twice per day for 7 days, Metronidazole 2gm stat and Cefixime 400mg stat.

Ideal regime of tests are:

10 days after unprotected intercourse – Early detection HIV + Hepatitis B + Hepatitis C Blood test = £93.00

2 weeks after unprotected intercourse – 7 STI Urine test = £123.00

3 months after unprotected intercourse – Syphilis Blood test = £20.00


VERY EARLY DETECTION TEST

(10 days after unprotected intercourse[UPSI])

Tests available Price How soon can I test after UPSI? Time for result
HIV + Hepatitis B Virus
+ Hepatitis C Virus
(Blood)
£93 After 10 days 3 days

EARLY DETECTION TEST

(2-3 weeks after unprotected intercourse[UPSI])

Tests available Price How soon can I test after UPSI? Time for result
7 STI’s Test (Urine)
Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea
Mycoplasma genitalium
Ureaplasma genitalium
Trichomonas vaginalis
Gardnerella vaginalis
Herpes Simplex I/II
£123 After 2 weeks 2 days
Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea (Urine) £36 2 weeks
(but can be up to 6 weeks)
2 days
HSV [Herpes Simplex Virus I/II] (Urine)
Best to do if you have symptomatic lesions
£48 After 2 weeks 5 days

DELAYED DETECTION TESTS

Tests available Price How soon can I test after UPSI? Time for result
HIV [HIV I & II/ p24 antigen] (Blood) £19 1 month to 3 months
(but can be up to 6 months)
1 day
Hepatitis B [HBsAg] (Blood) £26 Usually 6 weeks to 6 months
(average of 2 – 3 months)
1 day
Hepatitis C [Hep C Ab] (Blood) £23 Usually 2 weeks to 6 months
(average of 6 weeks – 10 weeks)
1 day
Syphilis [IgG/IgM] (Blood) £20 2 – 3 weeks
(but can be up to 3 months)
1 day

WOMEN ONLY TESTS

(PLEASE CALL for a female Doctor to perform the below tests for you)

Tests available Price How soon can I test after UPSI? Time for result
Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea (Vaginal swab/ Thin Prep Vial) £51 2-3 weeks
(but can be up to 6 weeks)
5 days
Thrush/ Bacterial Vaginosis [BV]/ Trichomonas Vaginalis [TV] (Vaginal swab) [Vaginitis/ Bacterial Vaginosis profile] £53 TV is 1 month. Others are not sexual. 3-5 days
Cervical Smear (screening) £88 5 – 7 days
Cervical Smear (screening) + ‘High Risk’ HPV [Human Papilloma Virus] test £123 5 – 7 days
Cervical Smear (screening) + ‘Full’ HPV [Human Papilloma Virus] test (Low and High risk HPV tested) £158 5 – 7 days

WHAT IF A TEST COMES BACK POSITIVE?


Please contact us straight away and book an appointment with a GP for treatment. If you have registered under a false name, you will need to register with your real name before treatment can be provided. You will also need to register your partner to have treatment provided for them too.

Depending on what you have contracted, the GP may suggest seeing a GUM clinic to have proper ‘Contact Tracing’ done or for further treatment which needs specialist input.


WHAT ABOUT RETESTING? HOW DO I KNOW I AM CURED?


Chlamydia
Wait 6 weeks before retesting.

Gonorrhoea
Retest 2 weeks after completing your treatment.

Trichomonas Vaginalis
Retesting usually not needed if you have taken your treatment properly. If not, or if you have become re-infected, then repeat testing or a new treatment regime may be necessary.


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.

Alternatively, please Call us or email us so that we may make the booking for you.