Individual Tests

Private tests in London

  • Test for cure or infection of specific diseases
  • Decide how you want to receive your results
  • Fast, discrete, & professional service
Pricing £75
Type of sample taken Blood, urine or swab
Turnaround time Varies
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Whether you are experiencing symptoms or need tests for any other reason, our clinics offer a full range of blood tests & urine tests with a fast turnaround & very affordable package rates.

In addition to sexual health packages, our private clinic offers individual testing for nearly all sexually transmitted diseases & infections. Your test includes a consultation with an experienced doctor or nurse, who will discuss your circumstances & requirements for testing, & recommend the most suitable tests for your specific case.

When should I get tested?

You should get tested if you have had unprotected sex, are noticing symptoms, or have a sexual partner who has a sexually transmitted infection. We offer individual testing for:

What the test includes?

Your test will include a consultation with a doctor or nurse who will also take the required samples of blood, urine, or in some cases a cervical or penile swab. These will then be sent to a laboratory.


Step 1

Preparing for test

Preparation for your test will depend on which test you are coming in to have, so please ask at reception when you make your appointment, who can advise you how best to proceed.
Step 2

During the test

Depending on your tests, you may give a small blood sample from your inner arm near the elbow, a urine sample, or a cervical or penile swab.
Step 3


In keeping with our strict confidentiality policy, you will be able to choose exactly how you would like your results to be delivered. We can call you, email, or send a hard copy through the post. You can also come to the clinic to collect them in person.


What are the symptoms of a first-time outbreak of genital herpes?

The symptoms of a first-time herpes outbreak are much more severe than later symptoms, & can last for up to three weeks. These include flu-like symptoms of feeling unwell, having aches & pains, & a low-grade fever; small blisters, either red or clear, on the genitals, anus, or surrounding skin, which develop into red, open sores. Blisters can also develop on the cervix, & may cause unusual vaginal discharge or dysuria (pain with urination).

How is genital herpes treated?

Depending on how long you have had the virus & whether not you are experiencing an outbreak, treatment will vary. Antiviral tablets can be prescribed for first-time infections; different drugs can be taken as a mode of prevention, as well as lifestyle factors such as managing stress & ensuring you are well-rested.

How can I avoid passing on the herpes virus?

There is no 100% certain way of preventing the spread of herpes simplex, as barrier contraceptive methods do not work. The safest way to avoid passing the virus to a partner is to avoid sexual contact during an outbreak of sores or blisters.