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HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Test Confidential and fast result of HPV Testing
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  • Pricing: £230
  • Sample: Swab
  • Turnaround: 3-5 days

HPV Testing in London

HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection with over 100 types. Some types of HPV cause genital warts, while others can lead to cancers in both men and women, including cervical, anal, penile, throat, vulvar, and vaginal cancers. Screening is particularly important for women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64 years to protect against cervical cancer. Our STI Clinic in London provides HPV testing and guidance on treatment options for HPV-related issues such as cell changes in the cervix or genital warts. Get tested at our STI Clinic in London today at affordable cost.


HPV is very common, and many people contract it at some point in their lives. You don't need to have sexual contact with several people to get HPV; it can be contracted the first time you have sex. Common causes include:

  • Different kinds of HPV affect your mouth, genital area, or throat as they are easy to catch.
  • Anal, oral, or vaginal sex
  • Sharing sex toys
  • Any skin-to-skin contact with the genital area

When should I get tested?

Most people with HPV do not show any signs or symptoms, and the virus may go away on its own. This means you might not even know whether you or your partner has the virus. If you develop warts, you may notice fleshy growths, bumps, or skin changes that can appear anywhere in the anal or genital area. Warts can appear from three weeks to several months or even years after being infected with the virus.


  • HPV is often asymptomatic.
  • Fleshy growths in the anal or genital areas.
  • Unusual cell changes in the cervix.
  • Warts in the mouth or throat.
  • Respiratory papillomatosis, leading to breathing problems.

What does the test include?

HPV testing typically involves a cervical screening for those with a cervix. This screening is a swab test where a sample of cells is taken from the cervix. The sample is then tested for the presence of high-risk HPV types that can lead to cervical cancer. For individuals without a cervix, HPV tests may involve physical examination or biopsy of warts or suspicious areas.

What to Expect

  • Step 1

  • Preparing for the test

    You should avoid scheduling the screening during your menstrual period.

  • Step 2

  • During the test

    The HPV screening involves a cervical smear test. A speculum is used to hold the vaginal walls open so the doctor can collect cells from the cervix with a soft swab. The procedure is not painful.

  • Step 3

  • Test results

    We ask you how you prefer to receive the results to ensure full confidentiality. You may choose to get a call, receive an email, or have them posted to you. Alternatively, you can visit the clinic to collect them in person.


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What are the high-risk kinds of HPV?

HPV (Human Papillomavirus) includes several high-risk types that are particularly known for their association with various cancers. These include:

  • Anal cancer
  • Cervical cancer
  • Penile cancer
  • Vaginal cancer
  • Vulvar cancer
  • Some types of head and neck cancer

How can you protect yourself against HPV?

While it is challenging to fully protect yourself against HPV, certain measures can help reduce the risk:

  • Using condoms can offer some protection against HPV. However, they do not cover all the skin around your genitals, so they do not provide complete protection.
  • The HPV vaccine is highly effective in protecting against the types of HPV that cause the majority of cervical cancers, genital warts, and several other cancers. It is important to note, however, that the vaccine does not protect against all types of HPV.

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