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A fourth generation HIV Test. This tests for the HIV 1 and HIV 2 antibodies and the p24 antigen.
This will test you for HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C from just 10 days after an incident of concern. This is the earliest time you can be tested accurately for these infections.
If you have a bump, blister, rash or other unusual blemish, choose this screen to have it tested for Syphilis, HPV and Herpes.
A comprehensive screen for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
A blood and urine screen for: Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.
A urine test for Mycoplasma.
A blood test for Hepatitis B.
A blood test for Hepatitis C.
A blood test for Herpes types 1 and 2.
A urine test for Herpes. This test is suitable for if you have symptoms at the time of your appointment.
A swab of a suspected Herpes blister. You should have a site to swab for this test.
A blood test for HIV 1/2 and the p-24 antigen.
A swab test for 20 HPV types. For women, this will usually be an internal swab. For men, a visible wart or lesion is needed.
A urine test for Gardnerella.
A blood test for Syphilis.
A urine test for Trichomonas.
A PAP Smear to look for any unusual or abnormal cells in your cervix.
A urine test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.
A rectal swab for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.
A vaginal swab for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.
A short doctors consultation to advise you on which STI Screens and tests you need only. This does not include any testing.
This is the time between potential exposure to infection and when an infection can accurately be detected. If you test before this time has elapsed, it may affect the accuracy of your results.Please ensure the incubation period has passed before the date of your Better2Know STI test. The time window varies depending on the infection(s) you are testing for.
This is the usual time we expect results to be ready once your samples have been received in the testing laboratory.