We are a leading sexual health clinics in London that offers private STI and STD testing with greater focus on the comfort and safety of patients. We understand that a genitourinary medicine (GUM) examination can be uncomfortable. At our walk in clinic, we provide the most discreet, confidential and same day private appointment to suit your needs. We have over 30 years experience in this field, so you can relax as much as possible in the hands of the experts.
As a part of our sexual health services, we provide the best treatment and care, helpful advice on emergency contraception, physical relationships, and safe sexual intercourse. Our doctors are always here to help you with advice to support and maintain your ongoing sexual health. Our comprehensive screening packages start from just £59. We can also arrange for same day appointments, if requested.
We provide same day appointment for tests and treatment of all sexually transmitted diseases and infections. We treat our patients with the utmost care and respect during their initial visit. When you attend, we will ask for biological samples, either urine, a blood sample, a swab or all of the above. These samples are then sent to our network laboratories.
We only use the industry leading PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests to ensure absolute accuracy in all of our sexual health screens. In the case of an infection, we will contact you via your chosen means, informing you of the results. If your results were not the news you were hoping for, it's time to take action. We also offer comprehensive packages of screening for STIs and STDs that include: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Trichomonas Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C etc.
|Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichomonas||£94|
|Herpes I & II||£72.50|
|HIV I & II||£157|
A blood draw fee of £35 is payable for STI swab, blood and urine tests carry no surcharge.
If you need to discuss the results in detail or require additional treatment, these are available at short notice.
Did you know that your consultations with your GP and results of the tests that they order are noted on your NHS 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 clinic, STI tests carried out with absolute discretion, use a pseudonym if you want, we don't mind!
Your results will never be shared with anyone, unless at your request.
If you need to be treated or tested for a sexually transmitted infection (an STI) the process will be straightforward and all of your details will always be kept confidential. Another thing you need to know, is that most infections of this type can be cured. Sexual Health clinic, also known as a GUM clinic or a clinic that provides necessary tests and the treatment for most STDs and STI’s.
When you reach at your nearest clinics, you will at first have a close discussion with the experts about your concerns. So, 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 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.
Some sexually transmitted infections 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. The result will normally take about one week. All sex partners should undergo necessary testing even if the result shows no infection, and should abstain from intercourse until results are received.
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.
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.
The staff in the STD testing 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 STDs and 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. No one wants to think they have an STI but getting treatment from a renowned STI Clinic in London early can give the best chance of a fast cure. Practicing safe sex is always going to be the best way to ensure that you do not contract an STI.
We offers sexual health counselling service that includes – risk reduction interventions, 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.