Syphilis & HIV Adult Performer
Early Detection Syphilis and HIV for those in the adult film industry
This test identifies Syphilis (RPR/TPPA) and HIV PCR from 10 days post exposure. It is the test used as standard to identify HIV and Syphilis by the adult industry.
- Clinic test£169
Visit a private STD clinic to deposit your sample
Accurate from 10 days
This is the amount of time you must wait from exposure to testing
- Turnaround time 1 day
This is the time it takes once reaching the lab
Who is this test for?
This test is for UK adult performers who require a HIV PCR testing certification and Syphilis testing certification. The syphilis test offered includes both RPR and TPPA methods, meeting the required standards for both UK and International film shoots.
This test gains accurate results against both syphilis and HIV less than a day after reaching the laboratory. Performers visiting our Wimpole Street clinic will usually gain results the very same day, but please note that this is not guaranteed.
When can I take this test?
This test offers accurate results from 10 days after exposure, with the HIV PCR test offering accurate results 10 days post exposure.
Clinic test procedure
This test is only available in clinic, giving us the ability to verify your identity using photo ID.
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 with ID
You’ll be required to bring photo ID so that our phlebotomist or nurse can verify your identity for your certification. Present it to whoever takes your sample.
3. Your blood sample
The Syphilis & HIV Adult test requires a blood draw. This is a standard blood draw taken with a needle by a professionally trained nurse or phlebotomist, but it may hurt a little.
4. Now we’ll take care of your results
Once you’ve deposited your sample, we’ll take care of the rest. We’ll notify you of your results using our online portal as soon as they’re reported by the laboratory.