We deliver anywhere and everywhere in the UK

We deliver anywhere and everywhere in the UK

Our STI Screens

We offer a range of screens which combine individual home STI tests together into packages, which cover different scenarios. If you are not sure which would be most suitable, then try our online consultation and let the professionals guide you through the process.

The Early Peace of Mind

Sample Needed: 'first catch' urine sample Urine Sample

Earliest test date: Immediately

Price £145

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Tests for:

Chlamydia

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in the UK, accounting for almost half of all STI diagnoses in 2014 according to Public Health England figures. It is usually associated with people under 25, making age a risk factor, however it can be caught by anyone. It can be treated and will cause no problems if caught early. However, if left untreated it can have an effect on your health.

Chlamydia is an infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, which is usually spread through sexual contact. This is a bacterium which infects cells in the cervix, urethra, rectum and sometimes the eyes or throat.

Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection brought about by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. It is the second most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection in the UK.

Gonorrhea is easily treated. In any case, if left untreated in women, gonorrhea can spread to other reproductive organs (the womb and the fallopian tubes), causing long-term pain, blocked tubes, infertility and ectopic pregnancy (this is when a pregnancy develops in the fallopian tube rather than in the womb). If untreated in men, gonorrhea can cause a painful infection in the testicles and prostate gland.

Mycoplasma genitalium

Mycoplasma genitalium is a bacterium that effects both men and women. It is passed through sexual contact. We offer the test for Mycoplasma genitalium in a number of our TESTD screens, this is to ensure that a number of different STIs are tested along with it.

Ureaplasma

Ureaplasma is a bacterium which is passed through sexual contact.

It can be treated through a course of antibiotics.

It is very important you complete the full course to ensure elimination of the bacterium.

Gardnerella

Gardnerella is a bacteria which is passed through sexual contact. Women with Gardnerella will have a change in PH of their vagina with it being more alkaline than normal.

Hepres I & II

Genital herpes is brought about by the herpes simplex infection (HSV). There are two types, HSV I and II. Both types can infect the genital and anal area (genital herpes), the mouth and nose and fingers and hand (whitlows).

Trichomonas

Trichomonas is a very small organism called a protozoan. It is very similar to a bacteria. It can infect the vagina and urethra in a woman and occasionally in men. It is passed through sexual contact.

The Early Peace of Mind Screen

Additional Information

This urine screen looks for eight common sexually transmitted infections and can be done immediately post exposure. Some of these bacterial infections can be detected very early after an exposure, and this test also gives an opportunity to screen for historical exposures.
Even though some of these bacterial infections may sound scary, they are often very easily treated with antibiotics.

Ideally this screen should be repeated at day 28 onwards, to ensure that the infections have been given enough time to incubate.

A discreet Test kit is dispatched simply at your given address.The sample is forwarded to the laboratory using our self addressed envelope. Results are sent via a text message.

Our team of real life TESTD doctors is on hand across the country to advise and treat (where appropriate), once the results are known. This give you a complete medical pathway from ordering the right tests to receiving the correct treatment, so that you can “move on” from any worries you may have.


  • Order your
    STI test online
  • Your discreet test kit
    will be with you
    in 1-2 working days
  • Provide a samples and
    post them back in
    the pre-paid envelope
  • As soon as your results are
    ready we will
    send you a text
 

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