Pelvic STD Advanced Add-On Tests £315 plus cost of scan

 

You can now combine your ultrasound with one of our screening tests to get the full picture of your health. All our tests are done at the internationally renowned The Doctor’s Laboratory. The Doctor’s laboratory works with NHS trusts and major UK private hospitals.

Please add the screening test when you book your ultrasound scan from our add-on packages.

 

Tests included:

Blood

Urine

 

Patient Instructions:

Blood test should be performed 10 days after unprotected sexual encounter

Urine: First-Void Urine needed - Patient should take first urine of the day to the lab or should not urinate for at least 1 hour prior to specimen collection. 

 

Turnaround time:

7 days

 

What does it look at:

Blood test for
HIV 1&2/p24 antigen
Hep B surface Antigen
Hep C Abs/Hep C Ag
Syphilis IgG/IgM

Urine test for
Chlamydia/Gonorrhoea
Mycoplasma genitalium
Ureaplasma
Trichomonas vaginalis
Gardnerella vaginalis
Herpes Simplex I/II

Mycoplasma

Infection with mycoplasma genitalium has surpassed gonorrhoea in prevalence but most cases don’t cause symptoms. It can be associated with serious longterm consequences such as infertility from pelvic inflammatory disease.

Ureaplasma

Urea urealyticum is part of the normal genital flora of both men and women. It is found in about 70% of sexually active humans, usually without symptoms. It has been associated with non-specific urethritis, infertility and associated discharge.

Trichomoniasis

Trichomonas vaginalis is the most common STD in sexually active young women Some women may mistake this infection for a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. Men can get trichomoniasis too but they don’t tend to get symptoms.

Gardnerealla vaginalis

Gardnerella vaginalis is a bacterium. It is one of a number of bacteria and other anaerobic organisms known to cause BV. It is characterised by a fishy smelling and white vaginal discharge and in women of child bearing age it will most commonly cause vaginal infection.

Herpes/Herpes simplex virus I/II

Herpes is another viral STD. HSV1 is most often associated with cold sores and HSV2 is most often associated with genital sores. However it is possible to transmit herpes from the mouth to the genitals and vice versa. Herpes symptoms can be treated with anti-viral drugs but the virus cannot be cured. People with the herpes virus need to know that they can transmit the virus even when they do not have any sores or other symptoms.

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