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6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test

6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test


A quick and comprehensive test to check for 6 of the most common STIs - chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and trichomoniasis.
Urine sample 6 biomarkers included Results estimated in 5 working days from sample receipt at lab
6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test
6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test
6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test
6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test
6-in-1 STI Blood and Urine Test

Is it for you?

Do you think you may have been exposed to an STI through unprotected sex? Are you experiencing symptoms like itching, sores, a discharge or flu-like symptoms that could be caused by an STI? Has a former partner notified you that they have tested positive for an STI? Or do you simply want the reassurance of an all-clear? If you want a comprehensive test that covers the main STIs in the UK, then this is the test for you.

What's included?

Biomarker profiles

  • Immunity
  • Infection
  • HIV

Immunity (1 Biomarker)

Infection (4 Biomarkers)

HIV (1 Biomarker)

Special instructions

If there is a chance that you have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B or C then please let us know how long before taking your sample this occurred. Your sample should be taken 4 weeks after any hepatitis B exposure. Take your test at least 4 weeks after any possible HIV exposure, a repeat test is recommended at 12 weeks. Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin you should discuss this with your doctor.

From the expert

This blood and urine test checks for 6 of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in men and women. Many STIs don't cause any symptoms or the symptoms can be mild and overlooked - often having an STI test is the only way to find out whether you have been infected. An untreated sexually transmitted infection can lead to further medical problems and the spreading of the infection to others. That's why it's important to get checked, especially if you have had unprotected sex, sex with someone whose medical history is unknown to you or if you are changing sexual partner. Most STIs are easily treated with a course of antibiotics. 

The 6 common STIs we test for in this profile include:


Chlamydia is a very common infection that can affect both men and women. It is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis and although it often doesn't produce any symptoms, it can spread to the uterus and the fallopian tubes in women where it can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, a leading cause of infertility. 


Gonorrhoea is an STI which is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Gonorrhoea can cause symptoms of a discoloured and bad-smelling discharge from the vagina or penis, as well as a burning sensation when you urinate. Up to 50% of women and 10% of men may have no symptoms at all. 


HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that lives in the bodily fluids of infected people - including semen, vaginal fluids and blood. It is most commonly transmitted through unprotected sex with an infected partner. HIV damages your immune system making it harder to fight infections and disease. Although there is no cure for HIV, current treatment means that many people with HIV live normal and healthy lives. 


Syphilis is an infection that is passed from one person to another during sex. Syphilis progresses in stages with different symptoms, although some of these may be mild. Symptoms include sores and skin growths around the anus and genitals, a blotchy rash as well as joint pain and fever. Without treatment the syphilis infection can damage vital organs such as the brain, heart, nerves, liver and bones. 

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a virus found in blood and bodily fluids which causes liver damage. Hepatitis B often has no symptoms and many people recover from an infection without the need for treatment. If hepatitis B becomes long-lasting it can cause severe liver scarring (cirrhosis) and cancer. Symptoms of hepatitis B include nausea, diarrhoea, stomach pain and flu-like symptoms. Having unprotected sex or sharing needles increases your risk of getting hepatitis B.


Trichomoniasis is a common  STI caused by a parasite which infects the vagina and urethra (the tube that passes urine) in women and the urethra in men. Most people infected by trichomoniasis have no symptoms and don't know that they are infected.  Symptoms include discharge from the vagina or penis, itching or soreness in the genital areas and discomfort when urinating. Pregnant women who are infected may also experience complications. Having a trichomonas infection increases the risk of getting and spreading other STIs.

Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP
Chief Medical Officer

Why take this test?

  • You are in a high-risk group for getting an STI
  • You want to be responsible about your sexual health so that you don't pass on an infection to a new partner
  • You are pregnant or thinking of starting a family and want to check your STI status
  • You want to get a diagnosis early so that you can seek treatment

Laboratories you can trust

Trusted by the NHS and private clinics alike, you can be sure of the highest testing standards from our UKAS accredited partner laboratories.

Dr Sam Rodgers - Chief Medical Officer

Expert advice with your results

Get trusted advice and comments from one of our doctors based on your results.

Your personal health centre

Your personal health centre

Discover the easy way to track your health through our online portal, View your results with doctor's advice, monitor any changes over time and see the improvements you can make to your health with simple lifestyle changes.

Questions? Let us help
Questions? Let us help

Questions? Let us help

Our customer care team is on-hand to help you find the test that's right for you. Get in touch via phone, live chat or email.


Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms. Our doctors will interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see your doctor for any necessary follow-up action.