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Private Sexual Health Clinic in London With STD Testing Facilities

We are a leading private sexual health (GUM) clinic in Harley Street, London offers STD testing and STI screening with greater focus on the comfort and safety of patients. Our doctors understand that genitourinary medicine (GUM) screening can be embarrassing when STD test is performed. As a part of our sexual health services, we also provide helpful advice on emergency contraception, physical relationships, and safe sexual intercourse. Our team of doctors are always here to provide you with advice to support and maintain your on-going sexual health. You can book a same day appointments online or walk-into our clinic during opening hours. We also arrange appointments early in the day if requested.


Why Choose us as your Walk in Private Sexual Health (GUM) Clinic in London?

  • Walk in and same-day and appointments available, no personal details needed.
  • Late Service - Until 9pm weekdays.
  • Helpful, discrete and dedicated staff.
  • Completely confidential same day STD testing in London.
  • Results within 24 hours, always reviewed by a doctor.
  • Follow-up treatment if necessary and total package of care.
  • Care Quality Commission (CQC) Registered.

Why Go Private Sexual Health Clinic for STI Screening?

Did you know that your consultations with your GP and results of the tests that they order are noted on your NHS Medical record? This is to ensure continuity of care across departments and across the country, it and helps the NHS to run safely and effectively. There are however, some downsides to this procedure.

Prospective employers and insurance companies can request access to this information in the future and will assess your medical record as part of their employment process or insurance underwriting.

At our private clinic in London, sexual health tests, STD tests and STI screens are carried out with absolute discretion by using a pseudonym, if you want. We don't mind!

Your results will never be shared with anyone, unless at your request. We offer a sexual health screening packages of care, from a consultation with a specialist through to prescriptions for antibiotics/antivirals and scheduling follow-up appointments for review.

Tests Price  
Chlamydia £69
Gonorrhoea £69
Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea £69
Gardnerella £79
Hepatitis B £49
Hepatitis C Antibodies £89
Hepatits C Antigen £59
Herpes £79
HIV £49
HPV £200
Mycoplasma £79
Mycoplasma & Ureaplasma £99
Syphilis Swab £125
Syphilis IGG/IGM £55
Trichomonas £79
Ureaplasma £79
Bacterial Vaginosis £99

A blood draw fee of £50 is payable for STI blood tests, urine tests and swabs carry no surcharge.

Some Common FAQs on Sexual Health

What is a Sexual Health or GUM Clinic?

A sexual health or GUM clinic conduct sexual health and other tests as well as treatment for different STIs. The staff at the clinic perform necessary testing for all types of sexually transmitted diseases and infections. They do their best to explain everything in details and make you feel relaxed.

What happens during an appointment?

When you reach the clinic, you will at first have a close discussion with the experts about your concerns. After this, you will be asked about your sexual activity and other necessary information related to your health. It is advised to be honest with your doctor so that you may help them carry out the process in the most efficient manner. You will get a chance to talk about any test results with the qualified and experienced doctors.

Most of the STIs, namely gonorrhoea and chlamydia, can be cured with antibiotics. However, viral infections, like herpes, can be treated and managed to reduce their symptoms and restrict further transmission.

How Long Until I Get My STI Results?

Some STI tests such as HIV, Hepatitis, and syphilis require a blood sample to be taken from the arm of the individual who needs to conduct the test. Usually the result will take about a week but some private clinics offer same day STI testing services in London as well. All sex partners should undergo necessary testing even if the result shows no infection, and should abstain from intercourse until results are received.

Can I Get Tested Whilst On My Period?

Normally you will be seen within a week for a swab if an STI is suspected. For females who need to have diagnostic swabs then it is better that they are not having a period when they are being tested.

What does a Test for an STI Entail?

To test for STIs, samples need to be taken from your body. That might mean taking a swab from the mouth as in the rapid HIV test, from vaginal fluids, from the tip of the penis if a urethral swab test is needed, or from blood or urine.

What Questions Will I be asked before STD Testing?

  • When you last had sexual intercourse
  • If you have had unprotected sex
  • If you are experiencing any symptoms
  • What has made you think you may have an STI

The staff in the STI Clinic in London will never judge you and will keep everything you say confidential. The questions they ask are to ensure that they get you diagnosed and treated as fast as possible for the relevant STIs.

What is the Best Way to Protect against STIs?

The best way to protect against contracting or passing on an infection is to use a condom each and every time you have sex. You should always remember that having an STI once does not mean that you will be immune in the future; it will be possible to get the same infection again. For that you are advised to visit your nearest sexual health clinic around the UK for STI testing at regular intervals and practicing safe sex is another way to ensure that you don't get an STI.


We also offers sexual health counselling service that includes – risk reduction interventions, sexual health advice, and a suitable opportunity to talk about your sexual identity, relationships and concerns related to alcohol and drug use.

We also provide references to local psycho sexual services for you. Feel free to speak with our health advising team and schedule an appointment based on your need.

Sexual Health - Frequently Asked Questions

What is an STI?

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STDs) or venereal diseases (VD), are infections that are spread by sexual activity - typically vaginal, anal and oral sex. Frequently, STIs initially are symptomless, which is why it is important to get screened regularly.

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Syphilis, Human Immunodeficiency Virus, hepatitis B and C are serious diseases that can result in long-term health problems and even death. Treatment: Some STDs can be cured with antibiotics; others are permanent but treatment can help manage symptoms.

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