Sexual Health Clinic in London

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Sexual health clinics

Sexual health clinics in London

Concerned about your sexual health? Get the support and advice you need with same-day appointments 6 days a week at our sexual health clinics in London. Get information on sexual health in London, and get private STD tests in London through MyHealthCareClinic’s STI clinic.

Our instant STI tests in London are available from 14 days after contact and offer results within 20 minutes. We even have same-day STI tests in London in some cases. For testing and treatment, as well as quick test results for sexually transmitted infections, book an appointment.

Kindly note that if you book a specific STI test and do not continue to proceed with the test, a standard fee of £45 will be held as part of the appointment fee.

Your instant STI test options

STI Urine/Swab Screen (10 Pathogens)


Available from 14 Days
after contact

Includes:
Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis (urine), Herpes Simplex I, Herpes Simplex II, Trichomonas vaginalis,Mycoplasma hominis, Mycoplasma genitalium, Ureaplasma urelyticum, Chancroid


20 minute Appointment


Results available in 1 - 2 working days

£150

Early Detection STI Blood Screen (4 Pathogens)


Available from
10 days post exposure

Includes:

HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis

Blood test


20 minute Appointment


Results available in 3 working days

£250

STI Blood Screen only (4 Pathogens)


Available from 28 Days
after contact

Includes:
HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis

Blood test


20 minute Appointment


Results available in 1 - 2 working days

£150

INSTANT STI Blood Screen (4 Pathogens)


Available from 28 Days
after contact

Includes:
HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis

Blood test


40 minute Appointment


Results available in 20 minutes

£175

 STI screen 2
(Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea)

Available from 28 Days after contact


Swab/urine sample


20 minute Appointment


Results in 1 - 2 working days


£50

STI screen 4
(Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, HIV)

Available from 28 Days after contact


Swab/urine sample and blood test


20 minute Appointment


Results in 1 - 2 working days


£100

STI screen 6 (Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, HIV, Hep B & C)

Available from 28 Days after contact


Swab/urine sample and blood test


20 minute Appointment


Results in 1 - 2 working days


£150

Instant HIV

£45


Available from 28 Days
after contact


20 minute Appointment


Blood sample


Results in 20 minutes

Complete STI tests

Our Complete STI test packages test for the most common STIs and STDs, alongside those that can cause long term implications to your health and fertility if left untreated. Since more than 70% of those with an STI or STD do not have symptoms, we recommend you have a full STI screen after any unprotected sex with a new partner. Complete STI tests are available from 28 days after your last potential exposure.

Complete

(14 Pathogens) from 28 days after contact

£260


Includes
Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis (urine), Syphilis (blood), HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Herpes Simplex I, Herpes Simplex II, Trichomonas vaginalis, Mycoplasma hominis, Mycoplasma genitalium, Ureaplasma urelyticum, Chancroid 


20 minute Appointment


Results in 1 - 2 working days


Swab/Urine Sample and Blood Test

Should you test positive for any STIs (except HIV and Hepatitis), you can book a consultation with one of our GPs to issue treatment.

This can be done via video consult or in clinic, except for Gonorrhoea which requires an in clinic appointment.

Price is £95 for a video or in clinic consultation.

Gonorrhoea treatment

Should you test positive for any Gonorrhoea, you can book a consultation with one of our GPs to issue treatment. Kindly note that an in-clinic consultation must be booked as the treatment is administered in clinic.

Below are some Gonorrhoea treatment options that you can book directly:

Gonorrhoea Treatment 1

£149


Includes
GP Consultation
and Ceftriaxone Injection

Gonorrhoea Treatment 2

£199


Includes
GP Consultation, culture swab (to identify antibiotic resistant strains) and Ceftriaxone Injection

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