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Private STI/STD Urine Test in London

STI testing for bacterial STIs has traditionally been uncomfortable, but urine STI testing now offers a more convenient option as part of routine medical care. Various STIs can be detected through a urine test, making it a widely accessible method.

What does the STI Urine test include?

Urine testing is used to detect bacterial STDs such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and Trichomoniasis. The test involves bacterial DNA analysis of the urine sample, simplifying the diagnosis of these infections.


Preparing for test:

It is advised to avoid urinating for at least one hour before the test and to ensure proper hydration. However, eating before the test is not necessary. Avoid sexual intercourse until receiving test results.

During the test

The procedure requires providing a urine sample in a collection container. The sample is then sent to the laboratory for bacterial DNA testing.


Results from a urine STI test can often be obtained within a few hours. The method of result delivery, ensuring confidentiality, will be agreed upon during the consultation.

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Can you eat before an STI urine test?

While staying hydrated is important, eating is not a prerequisite for the test. It is advisable to inform medical staff about any medications being taken.

Why is it recommended not to urinate before an STI test?

Refraining from urinating before the test helps maintain the concentration of potential pathogens in the urine, increasing the accuracy of the test.

What STDs cannot be tested through urine?

STDs like syphilis, herpes, hepatitis, and HIV require blood samples for accurate testing. Urine tests are generally used for bacterial STDs like chlamydia and gonorrhea.

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