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What To Expect From Our Private Sexual Health Clinic In Chichester

If you’ve been noticing the symptoms of Syphilis, Genital Herpes, or any other STD, you must get checked at a sexual health clinic. Your Sexual Health has a private sexual health clinic in Chichester that offers confidential and discreet STI testing that you can trust. 

Our service is designed to offer maximum convenience with accurate results to the highest testing standards. Book your test and choose a clinic appointment that suits you. All you have to do then is arrive to deposit your sample. We will take care of the rest and notify you when we have your results.

Where Is The Private Sexual Health Clinic In Chichester? 

Our private STD clinic in Chichester is located 3 miles from the town centre, off the A27, making it ideal for anyone living in and around the town. The clinic is also ideally located for people in nearby Bognor Regis, Worthing or Portsmouth. The clinic offers a highly discreet location with parking available both by the roadside and the clinic itself.

What Happens After I’ve Deposited My Sample?

Once you’ve deposited your sample at our sexual health clinic in Chichester, it will be taken to our laboratory for testing. Here we will test your sample to the highest level of accuracy available in the UK. We aim to give you your results as soon as we receive them. 

You will be notified of your test result via your preferred contact method. In the unfortunate event that your results come back positive, these can be discussed and actioned by your own GP.  We can also recommend an independent private GP service if you prefer who can discuss your circumstances and manage further as required. This service will be free of charge to you. We’re the only online private STD testing provider to offer this level of service.


Yes, it is normal for STDs to cause a foul and fishy vaginal odour. STDs will change your vaginal odour from its natural smell and is a common sign of an STD in a female. Read more about this in our recent blog

Your blood will be sampled for sexually transmitted diseases that may be unknown to you before its final, medical use. This is to make sure you aren’t unknowingly passing any blood-borne STDs. Find out more about testing for STDs in donated blood in our dedicated blog.

You can catch STDs like herpes, syphilis, and HPV through contact with bodily fluids, such as saliva, which happens when kissing or practising oral sex. You can catch chlamydia, HIV, and Hepatitis B & C through contact with infected blood. This can happen when sharing razors or needles. Read more about this in our blog ‘Surprising STDs You Can Catch Without Having Sex’.