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HPV
Private HPV testing in London Walk-in Appointments Available

Welcome to Sexual Health Clinic London, where we are committed to offering confidential and comprehensive HPV testing services. Our clinic, situated in the heart of London, is designed to provide the utmost care and privacy for sexual health issues.

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  • Pricing £230
  • Sample: Swab
  • Turnaround Time: 3 days
  • STD Packages

Private HPV testing in London

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of over 100 viruses. Some of these viruses are linked to certain cancers and conditions, such as genital warts. It is the most common sexually transmitted infection but usually clears on its own. However, when it doesn’t clear, it can cause serious health issues.

When should I undergo HPV testing?

You should consider HPV testing if you are sexually active, especially if you have several sex partners or you are concerned about your sexual health. Women over 25 require HPV testing and a Pap smear.

Why is HPV testing important?

Early HPV detection can help prevent cervical cancer development and other HPV-related conditions. Knowing if you have HPV or not can also give you peace of mind and inform future sexual health decisions.

Procedure

  • Preparing for the test

It is advisable to avoid sexual intercourse, douching, or using vaginal creams 24 hours before the test to ensure accuracy.

  • During the test

Our experienced and friendly healthcare provider will guide you through a quick and simple procedure, usually involving collecting a cervical cell swab for women or a urethral swab for men.

  • Results

We ensure prompt delivery and confidentiality of results and provide full support regardless of the outcome.

Our STI testing packages

Packages

Price

Test for

Turnaround

Accurate

Blood

Urine

Swab

Bronze

£250

Syphilis and HIV I/II antibodies

Gonorrhoea and chlamydia

 

Blood – 24 hours

At 28 days post-exposure

Silver

£325 -men

£375 – women

Herpes, HIV I/II antibodies, and Syphilis

Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Trichomoniasis and Mycoplasma

Additional swabs for women to screen for Bacteria Vaginosis and Candida

Blood – 24 hrs

Urine – 3 days

Swab – 3 days

At 28 days post-exposure

Gold

£475 – men

£490 – women

Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C, HIV I/II Antibodies

Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Trichomoniasis, Herpes IGM and Mycoplasma

Additional swabs for women screening for Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Trichomoniasis, Bacteria Vaginosis and Candida

Blood – 24 hrs

Urine – 3 days

Swab – 3 days

At 28 days post-exposure and conclusive at 90 days after exposure

Platinum

£625 – men

£665 – women

Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C, HIV I/II Antibodies

Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Trichomoniasis, Herpes IGM and Mycoplasma

Additional swabs for women screening for Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Trichomoniasis, Bacteria Vaginosis, and Candida

Blood – 24 hrs

Urine – 3 days

HPV swab – 2 days

Swab – 3 days

At 28 days post-exposure and conclusive at 90 days after exposure

Our Platinum Screen and Gold package cover the same STD tests, but the Platinum Screen has additional human papillomavirus (HPV) swabs, including 16, 18, and high-risk types.

Fast STD Screen Results – in 24 working hours

Fast STD Screens Results – in 24 working hours

  • Price - £450
  • Blood and urine or swab sample - HIV I/II, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, Syphilis IgM/IgG, Hepatitis C antibodies, Hepatitis C antigen, Hepatitis B

Private and confidential HPV testing is available at Sexual Health Clinic London. Contact us today to book your HPV test, or visit our clinic for testing.

Symptoms

HPV doesn’t always cause symptoms, making testing important. When symptoms occur, they can include genital warts and, in women, cervical cell changes, which Pap tests.

How does HPV spread?

HPV spreads through intimate skin-to-skin contact, not only intercourse. It can spread through oral, vaginal, and anal sex, including other close skin-to-skin contact.

Frequently asked questions

HPV has no cure, but in most cases, HPV infections clear on their own without treatment. Treatments are available for health issues caused by HPV, such as cervical changes and genital warts.

Yes, you can book an appointment to have HPV warts removed via electrocauterisation, which has proven to be extremely effective. The service is provided by our Consultant Gynaecologist for both men and women.

Women between ages 21 and 29 need a Pap test every three years, while those aged 20 to 65 need a Pap test and HPV test every five years, or only a Pap test every three years. Routine HPV testing isn’t recommended for women under 21 and men.

The HPV vaccine is recommended for preteens (boys and girls) at age 11 or 12, although the vaccine can be administered at age 9. Vaccination is recommended for everyone until age 26 if they didn’t get the complete vaccine earlier.

The best prevention for HPV is vaccination. Consistently using condoms correctly can reduce the risk of HPV transmission, but it doesn’t offer full protection because HPV can infect areas condoms do not cover.

Find Us

Our Sexual Health Clinic is located on Harley Street in the heart of London.
We are only a 5 minutes walk from Regents Park station, 10 minutes from Great Portland Street and 15 minutes from Oxford Circus.

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