- How Are Tests Taken?
- Importance of Testing
- Test Prices
How Are Sexual Health Tests Taken?
Most of our sexual health tests are done through a simple blood or urine sample and we rarely need to perform intimate or painful examinations for screening purposes.
How Are HIV Tests Taken?
Why HIV Test and STI / STD Screening Is Important
If you are sexually active, worried about HIV or other STDs and want peace of mind, we strongly recommend you get a complete STD screen or an HIV test at our Liverpool or Wirral Sexual Health Clinics.
These STD screens include tests for many sexually transmitted diseases and results are available quickly. In most cases, a Basic STD screen is sufficient but if there are visible lesions or warts on your genitals, mouth or anus, you should consider tests for Herpes and Genital Warts.
You do not have to be a registered patient to access private general practice with Dr Arun Ghosh. You can book a one-off private gp appointment as often as you like at any of our private clinics or register to become a full time registered patient.
Sexual Health Screening:
Peace of Mind Screen - £150
Full STD Screen - £280
Herpes Test - £130
(£80 if added to a screen)
HIV 90 Day Test - £110
HIV 28 Day Test - £110
HIV 10 Day Test - £200
Instant HIV Test - Price on Request
Cervical Cancer Screen - £150
HPV or Pap Smear - £150
(£120 if added to screen)
All screening and tests are taken in 30 minute appointments with Private GP Dr Arun Ghosh, a specialist in sexual health, obstetrics and gynaecology.
Appointments are held in our discreet clinics at Spire Liverpool Hospital and Spire Murrayfield Hospital. Both offer free onsite parking and easy access facilities.
Liverpool Clinic Bookings:
0151 733 7123
Wirral Clinic Bookings:
0151 929 5408
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"Sexual health testing and screening before a new relationship is important. Most tests are a simple blood or urine sample"Dr Arun Ghosh - Private GP