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Our private sexual health (GUM) clinics in Harley Street, London provide comprehensive screening services, including STD testing, professional advice, and treatment options at affordable price.

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Private Sexual Health Clinic in London

Same day results for STD Testing

Looking for a reliable and discreet sexual health service? Our clinic is located in Harley St, London, where our sexual health experts provide you with discrete sexual health check services tailored to your needs. We offer sexual health services for necessary testing and proper treatment when you experience any kind of STDs and STIs. Contact our team anytime, and we will be more than happy to arrange a discrete and fully confidential appointment for you. When you choose to visit our clinic, the doctor will provide you with the following services:

  • Completely discreet service without revealing your name
  • 100% confidential appointments and treatments
  • Same-day appointments available via call or our walk-in clinic
  • Quick results for all kinds of STD and STI testing
  • Feedback available through direct or telephonic appointments

Our private GP staff maintains discretion at all times, as we believe in adopting a caring and supportive approach towards patients. By choosing our walk-in sexual health clinic, you can visit the surgery and be seen immediately. Alternatively, you can book an appointment in advance for any kind of testing and treatment. If you are experiencing a new symptom that might be caused by sexual activity, feel free to get in touch with us, and we will be more than happy to book you for a same-day appointment or arrange a visit to our clinic at your convenience.

STI Screening Packages

Our sexual health clinic in London offers testing for various STIs and STDs, with fast-track screening options to suit your timeline for results. During a consultation with one of our expert GPs, your testing needs will be evaluated based on your specific concerns or symptoms, ensuring accurate and appropriate testing. Our private STD clinic services are available throughout London. Schedule your STI appointment in London today!

Bronze Screen testing


Silver Screen testing

£325 Men

£375 Women

Gold Screen testing

£475 Men

£490 Women

Platinum Screen testing

£625 Men

£665 Women

What Tests we offer:

Sexual exposure may be the reason for contracting various sexually transmitted infections. This is something you should not feel ashamed of, as many people suffer from it at some point. We provide discreet and confidential appointments for quick treatment and complete peace of mind. We can test for various infections, which include:

Test Price  
HERPES I & II SWAB TEST Inclusive of £150 consultation fee £279
HIV £65
HPV £230

What Kinds of Tests Are Performed for Sexual Health?

There are various STD tests that can be performed to detect the presence of STDs. When you visit the clinic, the doctor will determine the type of test to perform. Some common tests for STIs include:

  • Blood test
  • Urine sample
  • Examination of your genitals
  • Swabs from the urethra
  • Self-taken vaginal swab

Who Should Get Tested?

The testing for a disease without any symptoms is known as screening. Mostly, STI screening is not a routine part of health care, however there are exceptions behind it:

  • Everyone can have the test – STI screening test can be done for anyone in the age group of 13 to 64. This saliva or blood test is done to identify human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS. According to experts, people at higher risk need to have an HIV test every year.
  • Pregnant women – All pregnant women should get screened for hepatitis B, HIV, chlamydia and syphilis at their first prenatal visit. Gonorrhea and hepatitis C screening tests are usually recommended once during pregnancy to detect higher risks of infections.
  • Women who are over 21 – The Pap test screening for cervical abnormalities show – precancerous changes, inflammation and cancer that can occur due to some strains of human papillomavirus or HPV. According to the experts, it has been suggested that women have Pap testing every three years from the age of 21. After they turn 30, women can have an HPV DNA test and a Pap test in every five years.
  • Women below 25 who are sexually active – According to experts, all sexually active women below 25 should get tested for chlamydia. This test uses a sample of urine or vaginal fluid that is collected by the patient.
    Some gynaecologists suggest you to repeat a chlamydia test three months after a positive test and treatment. Re-infection can occur from an untreated partner and so, undergoing the second test helps to confirm if the infection has been treated properly. You may catch chlamydia several times so it is essential to test again when you have a new sex partner.
  • Men who have sex with men – Men who enjoy sex with men usually have a greater risk of getting sexually transmitted infections. There are several public health groups that offer yearly or more frequent STI screening. Regular tests for Chlamydia, syphilis, HIV, and gonorrhea are necessary and proper evaluation for hepatitis B might be recommended too.
  • People who have HIV – If you are HIV positive, then this increases your risk of getting other STIs. Experts recommend tests for gonorrhea, Chlamydia, herpes and syphilis after you have been diagnosed with HIV. They also suggest people with HIV get screened for hepatitis C.
    Women who have HIV might develop cervical cancer and so, they need to undergo a Pap test within one year of being diagnosed with HIV and then test again in the next six months.
  • People with a new sex partner – Before having anal or vaginal intercourse with a new partner, both of you should get tested for STIs. However, routine testing for genital herpes is not suggested until you have symptoms. It is also possible to get infected with an STI and get negative result, particularly if you have been infected recently. So if symptoms persist seek medical help.

How Long Does It Take to Get the Test Results?

The time required for sexual health test results depends on the type of test you have undergone and what you are tested for. We can process everything quickly, which means you can receive the results on the same day or within the next 72 hours. Certain types of testing may take longer than expected, and preventive medication is provided while you wait for the test results. Our aim is to deliver all test results promptly so that you can receive treatment as soon as possible.

Why choose us as your sexual health clinic in Harley Street?

  • Book online or walk in for same day appointment
  • Early STD screening including HIV
  • Immediate HIV tests results
  • Male/Female HPV swab testing for higher risk subtypes
  • Testing done by experienced doctors at the clinic

Sexual Health Advice

Receiving sexual health advice is important as it provides essential knowledge for your well-being. If you have just started a new relationship, you might begin to experiment with different aspects of sexuality. The gynaecologist will offer advice after you have had a recent sexual encounter.

The number of STI diagnoses has increased significantly over the last ten years. In 2012, there were roughly 450,000 STIs diagnosed in the country. The issue is that many people are unaware of how easy it is to contract an STI. There's a common assumption that STIs only occur in those who sleep with already infected individuals.

Although statistics show that individuals below 25 years of age are more likely to contract an STD, this does not mean that older individuals are immune. In fact, recent reports indicate that STDs are on the rise among those above 45 years, with cases of Chlamydia, Herpes, and Syphilis more than doubling.

Our sexual health doctors are well-trained to provide patients with expert medical advice and guidance on preventing the spread of various kinds of STIs. With a wide range of options available for your sexual health checks and advice, the doctors will educate you on all the available options and ensure that the best decisions are made for your sexual health. Enjoying sexual intercourse for the first time is significant for many youngsters, so understanding what is involved and the potential health concerns related to it is crucial.