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  • Pricing: £65
  • Sample: Blood
  • Turnaround: 24 hours

Private HIV Test in London

At our STI Clinic London, we offer same day HIV testing appointments, available 7 days a week at our Clinic. If you're seeking advice about HIV/AIDS or looking for 'HIV Testing Near Me,' please don't hesitate to contact us. Our services are completely confidential and discreet. Before conducting your HIV test, our doctor will discuss the most suitable options with you. Please note, the consultation fee is separate from the test cost. Our HIV Multiplex Test represents the forefront of early detection, providing highly accurate results as early as 10 days after exposure. This early detection is crucial for timely treatment.


HIV does not spread through air, casual physical contact, or bodily fluids like sweat, saliva, or urine. The most common transmission include unsafe sex, sharing of needles, or other injection equipment with an infected person. An HIV-positive mother can also transmit the virus to her child during pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding. The only risk of HIV transmission through kissing is if both partners have bleeding gums or mouth sores. Activities like sharing towels, using public toilets, skin-to-skin contact, or swimming pools do not transmit HIV.

When should I get tested?

Consider getting tested if you've had unprotected intercourse with a new partner who is HIV-positive or if you simply want peace of mind. Our Multiplex HIV test is available as early as 10 days after potential exposure.


Though HIV can be asymptomatic, possible symptoms include:

  • Sore throat
  • Skin rashes
  • Swollen glands
  • Fever
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Fatigue

What does the test include?

Our HIV testing options include:

  • P24 antigen test
  • HIV antibody test
  • Multiplex tests for early detection (e.g., HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C)

What to Expect

  • Step 1

  • Preparing for the test

    We recommend arriving well-hydrated for easier blood sample collection.

  • Step 2

  • During the test

    Following a consultation, our doctor or nurse will take a blood sample. This is a quick and painless process.

  • Step 3

  • Test results

    We respect your privacy in how you receive your results. Options include a phone call, email, post, or collecting them in person at our clinic.


  Price Turnaround
HIV Antibody and P24 Antigen Test £65 4-12 hours
HIV-1 RNA, Fast Early Detection £210 4-6 hours
Multiplex Test (HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C) for Early Detection £250 5-7 days

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if you do or do not have an STD.

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What should I avoid before conducting an HIV test?

Before undergoing HIV testing, it's important to avoid behaviors that could transmit HIV to others. This includes engaging in unprotected sex and sharing syringes or needles.

Is it possible to infect my partner when I have an undetectable viral load?

If you are on HIV medication and maintain an undetectable viral load, the risk of transmitting HIV to your sexual partner is significantly reduced to the point of being virtually non-existent.

What should I do if I've had sex with someone who might have HIV and the condom broke?

If it has been less than 72 hours since the condom broke, you may be eligible for post-exposure prophylaxis (PEPSE). PEPSE is a medication course that can prevent HIV infection after potential exposure.

Can all people with HIV get AIDS?

No, being diagnosed with HIV does not necessarily mean you will also develop AIDS. AIDS is diagnosed when an individual with HIV starts to develop severe opportunistic infections (OI) or when their T-cell count falls below a specific threshold.

How soon after possible exposure can I accurately test for HIV?

It's important to seek medical advice and get tested as soon as possible if you think you've been exposed to HIV. The earlier HIV is diagnosed, the sooner treatment can begin, helping prevent the onset of illness. However, it can take at least two weeks or more after exposure for an HIV test to provide accurate results.

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