HOW IT WORKS

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Order online

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Collect samples

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YOXLY BENEFITS

Convenience

No more waiting for appointments or two weeks for your test results. Our tests are delivered directly to you, with results in a few days.

Privacy

Our kits are delivered through your letterbox in discreet packaging. Take your test at a place you choose, not in a crowded clinic.

Control

Receive a permanent copy of your test results, straight to your inbox, without having to request one or pay more.

AT-HOME STI TESTING

Basic Kit

£29.00

TESTS FOR:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea

Our STI test to detect 2 common infections, with results to your inbox in a few days.

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Basic+ Kit

£39.00

TESTS FOR:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis

Our STI test to detect 3 common infections, with results to your inbox in a few days.

Note: Covid testing may cause delays of up to 10 days, but we're doing our best!

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Standard Kit

£69.00

TESTS FOR:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Hepatitis B
  • HIV
  • Syphilis

Our STI test to detect 6 common infections, with results to your inbox in a few days.

Note: Covid testing may cause delays of up to 10 days, but we're doing our best!

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Comprehensive Kit

£129.00

TESTS FOR:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Trichomoniasis
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Mycoplasma

Our STI test to detect 8 common infections, with results to your inbox in a few days.

Note: Covid testing may cause delays of up to 10 days, but we're doing our best!

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Samples Required

The samples you provide are dependent upon your sex and test type.

Finger-prick Blood Sample
Urine sample
swab sample
Common STIs including chlamydia and herpes are increasing, whilst rates of syphilis and gonorrhoea are soaring. - British Association of Sexual Health and HIV

General Questions about Trichomoniasis,
Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and other common STIs

What is an STI?

An STI is an infectious disease that spreads from one person to another during sexual contact, through blood, semen, vaginal, or other bodily fluids. Sometimes these infections can be transmitted nonsexually (e.g. contaminated blood transfusions, shared needles, or from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth). STIs can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites.

What are common STI symptoms?

STIs often cause no symptoms, which makes it possible to contract an infection from someone who seems healthy and who may not even know they have a disease.

However, STIs can cause a wide range of symptoms. Depending on the type of infection, symptoms can take anywhere between a few days to several years to develop. Symptoms suggestive of STIs include:

  • Sores on your genitals, mouth, or rectum
  • Pain or burning when you pee
  • Discharge from your penis
  • Unusual vaginal discharge
  • Unusual vaginal bleeding
  • Pain during sex
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Pain in your testicles 

If left untreated, many people with STIs will develop chronic health problems. Possible complications of untreated STIs include:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Fertility problems
  • Pregnancy complications
  • Arthritis
  • Certain cancers (e.g. cervical cancer, rectal cancer)

Who is most at risk?

In theory, anyone who is sexually active has some risk of being exposed to STIs. Practically speaking, your risk depends upon your sexual activities. Things that increase your risk of contracting an STI include:

Having unprotected sex: Vaginal or anal penetration by an infected partner who is not wearing a condom significantly increases your risk of contracting an STI. While oral sex may be less risky, STIs can still spread if a condom or dental dam is not used.

Having multiple sexual partners: The more people you have sex with, the greater your risk of contracting an STI.

Having an STI: Having one STI makes it easier for you to become infected with another one.

Injecting recreational drugs: Sharing needles can spread many infections, including HIV and hepatitis (B and C).

How often should I get tested?

How often you should get tested for STIs depends on your level of risk and sexual activity. If you’re sexually active, it’s a good habit to get tested for STIs once every year, even if you feel fine. If you or your partner(s) have multiple partners, and especially if you’re having unprotected sex, you should get tested every three to six months.

Are STIs treatable?

Most STIs are treatable, but different STIs require different types of treatment. Treatments are usually available from a licensed pharmacy, an NHS GUM clinic, or your GP practice.