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Aberdeen

Waterloo Quay, Aberdeen. AB11 5BS
  • Great availability
  • Good public transport
  • Onsite parking

COVID-19 Antibody Testing in Aberdeen

In addition to our usual STD testing services, we’re also currently offering COVID-19 testing in Aberdeen. These tests are Public Health England approved, offering accurate laboratory results with specificity of 100% and sensitivity of 99.6%. All of our COVID-19 tests are carried out in a UKAS Accredited laboratory using a venous blood sample as per the manufacturer’s guidance. We’re one of the only private providers in the UK able to offer this service.

What to expect from our private STI testing in Aberdeen

Your Sexual Health has a private STD clinic in the Scottish town of Aberdeen. The clinic offers excellent access to STD testing in a discreet setting for anyone living and working in the city. Our service is designed to offer maximum convenience and confidentiality – simply choose the test that you require and select an appointment time that suits you. All you have to do then is arrive at your appointment to deposit your sample.

Where is the private STD clinic in Aberdeen?

Situated on Waterloo Quay, our Aberdeen clinic is located in a convenient and central location for the town’s main transport links with Aberdeen station just half a mile away. There are also a range of car parks nearby for those arriving by road. The clinic’s central location provides excellent access for people needing testing in the wider Aberdeenshire area.

What happens once I’ve deposited my sample?

Once you’ve deposited your sample it will be sent to our laboratory for testing via first class post. Turnaround times vary depending on the test that you’ve taken and the day that you’ve taken it. Once your sample is received by the laboratory it will be tested to the highest standard of medical accuracy.

You’ll be notified of your results via the contact method specified on purchase. In the event that your sample returns positive you’ll also be offered a telephone consultation with a GP from our partner medical organisation. They will be able to discuss any questions you may have about your condition and prescribe you the most effective medication to treat it.