Full London STD Check

You can attend our London clinic immediately with this blood test.

Blood tests include:

  • Doctors Referral
  • All Phlebotomy fees
  • ( your blood taken at our London clinic )
  • All laboratory fees
  • GP comments
  • Express Results
  • Money Back Guarantee

Our Full London STD Check tests a comprehensive list of sexually transmitted diseases which include Syphilis IgG/IgM, HIV 1&2/p24 Antigen, Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, Hep C Antibodies, Hep C Ag(Early Detection).

If you are concerned that you have been exposed to HIV or a sexually transmitted infection you need to ensure that you carry out the relevant testing to enable you get a diagnosis to start important treatment (if required). Our blood tests are 100% confidential and all results are sent to your dedicated email address you provide us with upon ordering.

Blood Test Explained

Please see below for a breakdown of test information, click each tab to find out more.

Syphilis IgG/IgM
Syphilis IgG/IgM - cases of Syphilis has increased worldwide, particularly in men who have sex with men. Syphilis is most infectious in early stages which makes it so important to detect early to prevent onward transmission. Symptoms of Syphilis are usually asymptomatic in early infection, regular screening is advised if you may be high risk.

Hep B surface Ag
Hepatitis B is vaccine-preventable infection with significant degradation of health for people who develop chronic hepatitis. HBV is a transmitted virus which can be aquired by blood or blood products such as syringes/needles, tattooing or body piercing. As well as household items such as razors. It can also be transmitted by sexual contact.

Hep.C Ab
Hepatits C is a RNA virus. HCV infects the liver which causes inflammation, fibrosis and an increased risk of liver cancer (primary). Approximatley there are 150 million (HCV) infected individuals. HCV infection may cause actute hepatitis (this doesn't usually cause symptoms).

Hep.C Core Antigen
Hepatits C is a RNA virus. HCV infects the liver which causes inflammation, fibrosis and an increased risk of liver cancer (primary). Approximatley there are 150 million (HCV) infected individuals. HCV infection may cause actute hepatitis (this doesn't usually cause symptoms).

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