Confidential Sexual Health Screens

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Overview

In 2017, more than 420,000 Britons were newly diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI). STI’s are infections passed on through vaginal, anal and oral sex. If you are sexually active or planning on entering a new sexual relationship, you need to have a sexual health screening.  

As we mentioned, contracting an STI is more common than we’d like to admit. A lack of planning, alcohol, or drugs are all common causes for unprotected sex. Unfortunately, many STI’s have no symptoms or mild symptoms which can only be detected at a sexual health screening.

STI’s can negatively impact relationships, your sex life and cause tremendous anxiety. Getting tested keeps you and your potential partner(s) safe, while giving you peace of mind.

Our doctors have dozens of years of experience carrying out these vital tests. We are committed to giving you a discreet, completely confidential sexual health screening. We know this is a sensitive topic. Our doctors are non-judgmental and will speak to you about your sexual health in a compassionate and empathetic way. We are adept at handling and delivering sensitive information. 

Infections such as HIV require a lifetime of medication, while chlamydia can cause infertility. Herpes and genital warts have no cures, only treatments for symptoms. With so much much at stake it’s vital you rely on a doctor you can trust and who has experience in this field. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which STI/STD tests do you perform?

We will take blood and urine samples for the following tests:

  • HIV

  • Hepatitis Tests (Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C)

  • Syphilis Test

  • Chlamydia Test

  • Gonorrhea Test

  • Herpes Test

  • HPV Test

  • Bacterial Infections

When can I get my results?


Your receipt of test results depends on the test. Some tests like HIV will produce same-day results, while others will take longer.  

How will I receive my results?


You can choose to receive your results by phone, text or email.