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STI Test

A convenient and comprehensive STI check, which can be done from the comfort of your home. The test covers all of the common sexually transmitted infections including chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis B, herpes and more.

From £79

Regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Why test for an STI?

Many STI’s don’t show any symptoms or have very mild ones, yet if left untreated they can have a significant impact on your fertility and general health.

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 to be tested regularly.

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Many STI’s show no symptoms and can affect fertility.

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Each year there are an estimated 376 million new infections with 94 million being sexually transmitted.

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More than 25 diseases can be transmitted sexually.

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988 000 pregnant women were infected with syphilis in 2016, resulting in over 350 000 adverse birth outcomes.

How does it work?

1. At-home STI Test

Receive your Hertility Kit and follow the instructions to collect your swab and/or blood sample.

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2. Analysis in our Lab

Send your sample to our fully accredited lab for our experts to analyse, and provide accurate data on your sexual health.

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3. Online Results

Our certified doctors will review your results and provide a personalised report in your online dashboard, in a language that’s easy to understand.

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4. Get Expert Care

Need more advice or a plan of action? We can guide you to specialist care.

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What do we test for

What do we test?

We test up to 10 of the most common STI’s using a simple swab and finger-prick blood tests.

We test for infections including:

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Chlamydia

Gonorrhoea

Trichomoniasis

HIV (I, II, P24 antigen)

Syphillis

Hepatitis B

Gardnerella

Mycoplasma

Ureaplasma

Herpes Simplex Virus I & II (HSV I & II)

Basic (2)

Swab Test

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£79

Standard (6)

Finger Prick + Swab Test

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£119

Comprehensive (10)

Finger Prick + Swab Test

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£199

Understanding STI’s

An STI is a sexually transmitted infection, it can easily be spread through unprotected sexual contact including oral, vaginal or anal sex, or sharing sex toys. STIs are fairly common and you can be exposed to one irrespective of the number of sexual partners you have.

Chlamydia

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The most common STI in the UK. It affects people of all ages but is most common in young women aged 15-24. You may show no symptoms or very mild ones, sometimes the symptoms may take weeks or even months to appear. If left untreated, it can spread to the fallopian tubes or uterus and also cause PID.

Know your facts

  • Chlamydia is spread through vaginal, oral or anal sex.
  • You can be infected more than once with Chlamydia.
  • If you are pregnant and have Chlamydia, you can pass the infection to your baby during delivery.

Chlamydia

Chlamydia

The most common STI, in the UK. It affects people of all ages but is most common in young women aged 15-24. You may show no symptoms or very mild ones, sometimes the symptoms may take weeks or even months to appear. If left untreated, it can spread to the fallopian tubes or uterus and also cause PID.

Know your facts

  • Chlamydia is spread through vaginal, oral or anal sex.
  • You can be infected more than once with Chlamydia.
  • If you are pregnant and have Chlamydia, you can pass the infection to your baby during delivery.

FAQs

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.

You should complete a full STI screening 5+ days after exposure to sexual contact with a new partner.

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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