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STI Testing

  • STI Testing Kit
  • Includes testing for the most common STI’s
  • Comprehensive results in your Health Hub

A convenient STI check, which can be done from the comfort of your home. The test covers some of the commonly sexually transmitted infections including chlamydia, gonorrhoea and trichomonas.

Why do an STI Test?

Many STI’s don’t show any symptoms or have very mild ones, yet if left untreated can have a significant impact on your fertility and general health. You can actively transmit an STI to your partner even if you are asymptomatic.

Most STI’s are either curable or treatable, so it is important to undergo regular tests to avoid complications. If you think you may have contracted an STI, it is important to be tested as early as possible.

The only way to know your status is by testing regularly.

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1 in 4 people contract an STI at some stage in their life

1 in 10 women with untreated chlamydia develop pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) within a year

1 in 10 women with PID experience infertility

What do we test?

We test up to 3 of the most common STI’s using a simple swab test. These tests include: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichominosis.

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How does it work?

When to test?

The frequency of testing will be based on your individual risk factors and nature of sexual relationships.

  • If you have only sexual partner who is not sexually active with anyone else, you should undergo annual screening.
  • If you have multiple partners or are sexually active with someone who is sexually active with other partners you should undergo screening every 3-6 months.
  • You should undergo screening before starting any new sexual relationship.
  • You should undergo screening if you are experiencing symptoms.
  • You should undergo screening if your partner(s) have been diagnosed with an STI.
  • You should undergo screening if you think you have been exposed to an STI.
  • You regularly have or had unprotected sex.
  • STIs can take a period of time to become detectable, testing immediately after you think you have been exposed can result in a false negative result.
  • You should wait at least 4 weeks from the time of potential exposure to infection before taking this test.
  • Please abstain from any sexual activity during the waiting period as you could actively transmit it to your partner even if you show no symptoms.

Want to find out more about STI’s?

Check out our full STI glossary and learn more about STI’s here.

What’s included?

Your Test

Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichomoniasis

£59

  • STI Testing Kit
  • Tests Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichomoniasis
  • Comprehensive results in your Health Hub

FAQ’s

It is important to check for STI’s regularly to avoid any further health problems. We recommend testing after every new sexual partner and undergoing regular check-ups every 12 months.

If your results show that you have an STI, we will provide you with access to our experts to find the best treatment options for you.

If your results show that you have an STI, we will provide you with access to our experts to find the best treatment options for you.

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