An instant test against syphilis
Our Instant Syphilis test allows you to test for syphilis in under 20 minutes whilst you wait in the clinic. With accurate results from 10 days following exposure this is our quickest way to get tested for syphilis.
Please Note: Our Instant Tests are only available at 14 of our clinics nationwide.
- Clinic test£149
Visit a private STD clinic to deposit your sample
Accurate from 14 days
This is the amount of time you must wait from exposure to testing
Who is this test for?
This test is for anyone who believes they’ve had sex with someone who has syphilis or for anyone exhibiting painless sores or lesions which may be caused by syphilis.
How is the test carried out?
The test is carried out using blood samples that are collected by a clinician at the clinic location of your choosing.
This test gains accurate results against syphilis in less than half an hour whilst you wait.
When can I take this test?
This test offers accurate results from 14 days after exposure.
Clinic test procedure
As this is an Instant Test, offering results whilst you wait, this test is only available by visiting one of our specially selected clinics. You’ll be assisted by a clinician in collecting your sample who will talk you through the process.
1. Book your test
To book this test, simply press the ‘Select This Test’ button above. You’ll then be taken to our booking page where you can choose the best clinic for your needs.
2. Arrive at the clinic
Our clinics are all based in a discreet setting and because many of them are general health clinics, there’s no reason why anyone will know that you’re there for a sexual health screening. Just let the receptionist know who you are upon arrival.
3. Your blood sample
This test requires a blood sample for accurate results. The blood sample is a simple finger prick sample which is then dropped on the panels before we add the reagent to it.
4. Now we’ll take care of your results
Once you’ve deposited your samples you’ll be asked to wait in the clinic waiting room whilst the reagent has time to react to your samples. The clinician will then notify you of your results.