STI testing for women
Marie Stopes International (MSI) offers a comprehensive STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing service at its centres in south London and central London.
This service offers a full screen for people who are concerned about a possible STI or would just like the reassurance of a check up. This includes a consultation with our expert sexual health practitioner and advice about a package of STI tests recommended for your needs. Fast appointments are available and the STI service is completely confidential with results given to you personally.
At all MSI centres, chlamydia screening and treatment is provided.
We are able to test for:
Chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, herpes, thrush, bacterial vaginosis, non specific urithritis, genital warts hepatitis A, B and C and HIV. There are different STI packages to meet your individual need.
In addition we can provide cervical smear tests, cervical cancer vaccinations and offer vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B. Please note, hepatitis vaccinations are only available at our south London centre.
Some results will be available at the time of the appointment and others will be available a short while later. We will provide treatment for any positive STI’s and in the event of a positive HIV test we will personally discuss this with you and refer you to a specialist service for ongoing care.
Call 0845 300 8090 for more information or to arrange an appointment (some evening appointments are available).
View details and a map of the Marie Stopes International south London Centre and Marie Stopes International central London Centre. You can also view our Sexual health screening - information & services leaflet here.
General information on STI’s
STI's are passed on through unprotected sex and some are more serious than others.
Each STI has a range of different symptoms, some of which are not obvious, meaning that you could have an infection without being aware of it. Wearing condoms can help protect you against STI’s.
Most infections can be treated easily if they are discovered early, although if they are left untreated they can have serious consequences for your health.