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Women's Sexual Health And STI’s

In addition to our STD tests, we provide discreet, affordable and convenient sexual health test and treatment for women. You can take them from the comfort of your home (available nationwide) or at our sites in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Our Sexual Health Testing Services For Women

High risk HPV test

Test for the 14 High-rist HPV types which cause the development of cancerous cells on your cervix.





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Pap smear

Tests for the presence of precancerous or cancerous cells on your cervix.

* Follow-up consultation optional





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How It Works

Request your test

We offer bespoke sexual health tests for women. Select your test and pay online.

Take the test

Our nurse will either come to your home/office nationwide or you can visit our medical offices in JHB or CPT.

Receive results

Your sample will be taken to our accredited laboratory for processing. Receive your results via email within 2-3 days.

Support & treatment

Our healthcare practitioner will contact you virtually to communicate your results and treatment prescription if required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below outlines some of the key questions asked by women around STD’s

Human papillomavirus or HPV is a sexually transmitted infection. HPV infection is a viral infection that commonly causes warts. HPV tests detect and diagnose the human papillomavirus that can turn normal cervical cells into abnormal or precancerous cells. A positive HPV test result means you could develop cervical cancer. HPV tests detect potential cervical cancer. They don’t detect HPV in men or any other cancer.
Our HPV test screens for 14 high-risk strains of the virus: HPV16 and HPV18, which cause the vast majority of cervical cancer cases – and 12 additional high-risk types. It’s quick, easy and can be done by our nurse in the privacy of your own home at your request or at our sites. A sample is collected using a vaginal/cervical swab and the process is pain-free.
No. Having a positive HPV test does not mean you have pre-cancer or cancer. But it does mean there is a potential risk, which should be monitored by taking an annual pap smear test.

Yes, you should get tested for an STI at least once a year. Many STIs do not have immediate symptoms and can remain dormant. For many people, it may take weeks, months, or even years to start experiencing symptoms of an STI.

Yes. You may get an STI test at any point during your menstrual cycle, even on your heaviest days. Your cycle should not affect the results. If you are concerned about heavy bleeding, the best thing to do is to make an appointment and talk to one of our clinicians about the issue.
Yes! Your test results will not tell you whether or not your partner has an infection. STIs and HIV can be very easily passed on, but it is possible for one person to test ‘negative’ for an infection whilst their partner tests ‘positive’. Testing together is a good way of knowing whether either of you has any hidden infections.
All of our tests are safe for use during pregnancy. It is important to get a test if in doubt as If a pregnant woman has an STI, it can cause serious health problems for the baby. HIV and syphilis are included in antenatal screening tests. Chlamydia and gonorrhoea are usually not tested, as these are treated using the syndromic management of STIs guidelines (the approach of treating STIs based on signs/symptoms).

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