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Sexually Transmitted Infections passed from one person to the other at the time of sexual intercourse. Usually, they have no symptoms and testing is the only way to know if you have an infection. Though they can be dangerous if left untreated, the upside is that most of them can be treated easily. If you have had an unprotected sexual encounter which you are worried about, consult with our doctor about getting tested.

How to get tested for STDs:

If you have had a sexual encounter and are currently experiencing symptoms of an STD, you should always talk to a doctor for the necessary tests. The symptoms of infections vary depending on the pathogen but you should see a doctor if there is any suspicion of the abnormal.

Signs of STDs include:

  • Bumps or sores on and around the buttocks, genitals or thighs.
  • Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina.
  • Burning or irritation when you urinate or frequent urination.
  • Pain, itching, irritation or swelling in your vagina, penis, vagina, anus or vulva.
  • Flu-like symptoms such as body aches, swollen glands, fever and feeling tired.

Take Charge of Your Health

Getting tested is not only quick and easy, it’s the only way to know for sure
if you do or do not have an STD.

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Same Day STD/STI Testing in London:

At STD Check London, our doctors understand that many people do not feel comfortable talking about sexually transmitted diseases. This might be difficult because when testing becomes necessary, it is not always clear where you should go or who you need to talk to. We STD Clinic offer same day private STD testing in London to and its suburbs for every and all walks of life and our specialists can test for:


Private STD test:

If STD testing is not a part of your routine check-up, you should talk to your doctor for testing. Speak honestly about your sex life and tell the truth as this can help them to understand more about your problem so they are fully informed. You may not feel comfortable to discuss the test, and your sexual history, but the only way in which you can be properly diagnosed is with a full and frank discussion so that we may help you take proper care of your health.

When you can visit a doctor

See a doctor immediately if:

  • You have signs and symptoms of an STI.
  • You are sexually active and think that you have been exposed to sexually transmitted infections.

Do you need to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases?

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