We provide a range of STI testing kits for women. Choose from one below or let our clinical team make a recommendation for you.
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Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Kit
This kit will test for the two most common bacterial STIs in the UK (chlamydia and gonorrhoea). These are very common infections of the female genital tract. This kit uses self-taken vaginal swabs.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Triple Kit
This kit will test for the two most common bacterial STIs in the UK. Most commonly they are transmitted to the genitals during sex, however they can also be passed to the throat through oral sex and to the rectum during anal sex. This kit will test for these infections from the throat, genitals and rectum.
The Female Clinic Kit
This Kit contains the standard STI tests you would receive if you visited a high quality NHS Sexual Health clinic in the UK. This kit will test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea from a vaginal swab sample. You will also provide a finger prick blood sample that will be tested for syphilis and HIV infection.
The Complete Female Kit
This kit will test for the two most common bacterial STIs in the UK. (chlamydia and gonorrhoea ) They can be transmitted to the genitals, as well as to the throat through oral sex and to the rectum during anal sex. This kit is suited to people who have oral and or anal sex and want a full check up, as it also tests for syphilis and HIV from a finger prick sample.
About The Tests
Our Female kits provides you with the same tests that you would receive if you visited a high quality NHS Sexual health clinic in the UK.
The HIV test will test for both HIV antigens and HIV antibodies, this means that the test will correctly identify over 95% of new HIV infections within four weeks (one month) after exposure and 99.7% after twelve weeks (three months).
If you think you have been exposed to HIV within the last 72 hours you should contact your local Sexual Health Clinic or your local A&E department to see if you may need Post Exposure Prophylaxis after Sexual exposure (often called PEP or PEPSE).
If you have taken a risk more recently than four weeks (one month) ago you should repeat these tests at four weeks and again at three months.
The syphilis antibody blood test checks for your body’s response to Syphilis. It can take up to eight weeks for syphilis to show up on tests. Therefore, if you have taken a risk within the last 8 weeks and the first test you send to us comes back as negative, it would be advisable to repeat the test. If you have had syphilis before, the test will be reactive; you will therefore need to attend a clinic to take a proper blood test to verify whether the reactive result indicates a new infection or a previously treated one.
Chlamydia and Gonorhoea Aptima™ tests check your samples for Chlamydia and/or Gonorhoea. The Aptima Combo Tests™ are the gold standard, used in the best clinics everywhere.
All of our samples are tested in the laboratories run by Public Health England (PHE) in Birmingham. These laboratories have passed the very highest accreditation standards (CPA ISO 15189:2012), so you can be confident of the test results you receive. Our HIV tests are 4th Generation, and are performed using the Abbot Architecht™ technology.