The comprehensive full sexual health screen package covers all of the main sexually transmitted diseases. The package includes consultation with one of our sexual health professionals, examination and testing. In addition, we offer a telephone consultation with a doctor or a nurse when the results are back and for any prescriptions, you might require.
When should I get tested?
In general, good times to get an STI test include the following:
Having a new sexual partner
You had sex with someone who has an STI
You had sex without a condom or the condom broke
You notice changes in your body
You notice STI-related symptoms
It’s been more than 3 – 6 months since your last test when either you or your partner/s have other sexual partners.
What does the test include?
The Comprehensive Sexual Health Screen includes:
Blood Test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C
Urine test for Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea
Swab checking for other bacterial infections
What to Expect
Preparing for test
During the test
All information given during your visit will be treated confidentially. Personal details and test results will not be shared with anyone outside of the sexual health service without your permission.
Some sexual health tests require a blood test while others are tested from swabs from the vagina or urethra and/or a urine sample.