Female Sexual Health Blood & Urine Test
Female Sexual Health Blood & Urine Test
Female Sexual Health Blood & Urine Test
Female Sexual Health Blood & Urine Test

Female Sexual Health Blood & Urine Test

£95.00

Do you need a discreet way to test for sexually transmitted infections?

This blood and urine test gives you a discreet way of checking if you have been exposed to one or more of these sexually transmitted infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV, and syphilis.

You can collect your sample in the comfort of your own home and you’ll receive your results within days, along with clear advice on how to manage your results. In some cases, it may be necessary to seek further medical evaluation and you will be given guidance if this is required.

  • Finger prick blood and urine sample collection from the comfort of home

  • Discreet packaging

  • Results ready in 2-3 working days

  • 4 STIs tested

  • Samples analysed at our UK based laboratory

  • Results provided on your own secure, confidential health dashboard

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Who is this test for?

This is suited to female adults (aged 18 and over only) who would like to know if they have been exposed to chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV and syphilis.

What you will discover

Our female sexual health test checks whether you have an infection of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV, and syphilis. Your results are not recorded on your medical record or shared with your doctor. The test will arrive in discreet packaging, allowing you to take it in the privacy of your own home without visiting or waiting at a sexual health clinic.

Getting tested regularly can help detect STIs early, and early treatment can prevent complications and the spread of the infection to others. Taking this test is a responsible way to manage your sexual health and seek the appropriate treatment if needed.

Your results

It is important to note, that our sexual health test can provide you with different results depending on the type of infection antibodies detected.

When screening for syphilis and HIV, BHIVA guidelines state that the detection of a reaction with antibodies will be classified as an "unconfirmed reactive" result. If you receive this type of result, one of our doctors will try to call you to discuss your results before these are published on your confidential health dashboard, located on your MyHealthChecked account.

For chlamydia and gonorrhoea, you may receive a confirmed "detected" result from your sample. Additionally, in the case of gonorrhoea, it is possible to receive an "unconfirmed reactive" result instead.

Where an unconfirmed reactive result is received, we will recommend what action you should take. If necessary, it is your responsibility to seek further confirmatory testing.

What’s analysed in this test?

Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV and Syphilis*

To find out the optimum testing windows after exposure, please click here

How it works

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Order kit

Order online and receive your kit via Royal Mail Tracked 48

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Activate kit

Use your unique barcode online to activate your kit

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Collect sample

Scan the QR code on your pack to watch our step-by-step video on how to perform your test

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Return sample

Using the prepaid postage bag enclosed in the kit

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Get results

When your sample has been processed and reviewed by our doctor – usually within 2 to 3 days - you’ll receive an email to say you can view your results in your dashboard

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Take action

Your report will include clear advice on how to manage your results and whether you should arrange to see a medical professional for further testing

Intended use

This self-test kit is designed for female adults aged 18 and over for the collection of a capillary blood sample and a urine sample to be performed at home using lancets and sample collection tubes. The samples are then returned to our UK-based laboratory and analysed against a variety of biomarkers. This kit alone is not suitable for diagnosis and is not a substitute for consultation with a healthcare professional. You should always seek advice from your doctor before starting any treatment. If necessary, it is your responsibility to seek further confirmatory testing with a sexual healthcare professional. This test is not suitable for children.