Online STI Treatments

See also: Consultation | Test Kits

If your test comes back positive or you have symptoms which requires medication, we can discreetly post you the medications to get you on your way.

If you have not been tested yet, please select your tests here or book a consultation to discuss your requirements with a specialist.

+ Same day virtual appointments

+ Next working day delivery

+ Call back for any questions

Please note: this image is for illustration purposes only – actual medications may look different.

Routinely treated conditions

  • STI Consultation fee (of £50) applies, if tested elsewhere
  • Please enquire for full range of treatments

Please call 999 in an emergency situation.

Bacterial Vaginosis£30

Chlamydia >£30

Genital Warts >Learn more

Gonorrhoea >in clinic

Herpes (1&2) >£30 (for current outbreak) 

Herpes (1&2) >£50 (for suppressive therapy) 

Hepatitis B Vaccinein clinic

HIV (AIDS) >Learn more

HIV PrEP (two month min.) >£50/month

HIV PEP (within 72 hours after exposure) >Learn more

HPV Vaccine (3 doses) >in clinic

Syphilis >in clinic

Trichomoniasis >£50

Thrush£30

Mycoplasma Genitalium >£250

Ureaplasma£30

We follow guidelines set by

NICE National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

BASHH British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

BHIVA British HIV Association

FSRH Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Medicine is a complicated subject and sometimes these guidelines don’t always hold the answers.

For example, treating an STI in a patient who has developed a resistance to routinely used antibiotics.

Unlike most private sexual health clinics, we have medical consultants here to help you navigate through such problems and get you on the right track in no time.

Other virtual services

Virtual Consultations

Begin to understand what’s happening and how solve it.

Learn more >

Urgent Home STI Testing

Discreet testing with results in 4 working days by email.

Learn more >

FAQs

Is Virtual Care right for me?

Virtual care is right for you if:

  • You are unable to visit us in person
  • You have questions/worries about
  • You are looking for a routine test
  • Your are experiencing mild symptoms

If we think you need to be seen in person, we’ll be the first one to tell you.

When should I go to When do we recommend to go to the NHS or your GP?

We recommend going to the NHS sexual health clinic or a GP if your issue:

  • isn’t pressing;
  • doesn’t require in-depth sexual health understanding as you will need a referral to a specialist;
  • doesn’t require urgent testing;
  • doesn’t require quick treatment delivery to your home.

Our clinic’s specialists can expertly help with urgent and complex sexual health issues at short notice. You can book a telephone or video consultation the moment you need help.

When is it NOT a good idea to have a Virtual Appointment?

In 80% of sexual health problems, you can receive an accurate diagnosis safely from your home.

Our qualified specialists can diagnose remotely after a thorough discussion of your sexual health history and symptoms. At a virtual appointment, you can still receive the clinician’s undivided attention and expertise.

This is also supported by accurate and timely home testing. In the case of detecting an STI, we can either send you treatment or write a prescription.

The situations, in which you should see a doctor in-person:

  • If you have persistent pain esp. abdominal pain or heavy bleeding (rectal or vaginal). We advise to go to the emergency immediately.
  • If you suspect it requires an in-person medical treatment. This includes most wart-removal procedures and contraceptive coil/implant removals. Read more on what to do with these in our article here.

For any other situations, an online doctor is just as effective as an in-person doctor. 

When do we advise to get an STI consultation?

The doctor’s answer is: in every case. This is because your doctor is able to pick up from indirect symptoms and complex medical situations to accurately diagnose the state of your sexual health.

However, there are times when it might not be necessary:

  • if you have common symptoms, so you need common test packages;
  • if your partner has tested positive for an STI, and you want to make sure they didn’t pass it on to you;
  • if you are in a low-risk group, and just want to make sure you don’t have the most common STIs.
  • if you are confident that you have waited enough from the time of the incident to get accurate test results.

What STI test package should I get?

If you aren’t sure what test package to get, we recommend to consult our specialists.

We can also suggest to consider the following when selecting your test package:

  • Your symptoms and if they check out with our most common STI symptoms. Our article shows which symptoms indicate a chance of which STI.
  • If you have been participating in risky behaviour, so you would like to get a routine check. Then we recommend our Routine STI Test Package.
  • If you would like a fuller check without a doctor’s assessment, we recommend our Enhanced STI Test Package.
  • If your partner has tested positive or you have clear symptoms of Chlamydia or Gonorrhoea, we recommend our Key Pair Test.

Do we work with Insurance Companies?

After serious consideration, we took the decision to opt-out from working with insurance companies. We decided that this is the only way we can guarantee the option of anonymous and confidential service.