If you’re experiencing symptoms, your test result is positive or your GP isn’t sure what to do (or all three), our job is to get you feeling better as soon as possible.
Our expertise gives us access to a larger range of medications than most clinics and the ability to thoroughly discuss exactly what is happening to you and how we’re going to overcome it.
And, of course, all appointments are highly confidential.
Same day appointments
In Birmingham Clinic
Highly confidential service
And discreetly located clinics
Specialists in sexual health
From busy NHS clinics
Treating a diagnosed infection
Please note the prices do not include the cost of the test. For those who have tested elsewhere, a consultation fee of £60 will be payable before we can dispense treatment.
Bacterial vaginosis £30
Chlamydia (Oral antibiotics) £30
Genital warts (By Hyfrecation) From £400
Gonorrhoea (Injectable antibiotics) £100
Herpes (For Outbreak) £30
Herpes (For Suppression) £50/month
Lichens sclerosus Varies
Molluscum contagiosum From £100
Mycoplasma gen. (Oral antibiotics + test of cure) £130
Non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU) Varies
Non-specific urethritis (NSU) Varies
Syphilis (Penicillin Injection) £200/dose
Thrush (Oral Antifungal capsules) £30
Trichomoniasis (Oral antibiotics + test of cure) £160
Ureaplasma (Oral antibiotics) £30
UTI (Oral antibiotics) £30
Preventing an infection
In the event that your recent partner has tested positive for an infection, we can offer you a test & treatment in the same appointment.
We follow guidelines set by
NICE National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
BASHH British Association for Sexual Health and HIV
BHIVA British HIV Association
FSRH Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Medicine is a complicated subject and sometimes these guidelines don’t always hold the answers.
For example, treating an STI in a patient who has developed a resistance to routinely used antibiotics.
Unlike most private clinics, we have medical consultants here to help you navigate through such problems and get you on the right track in no time.
FAQs about STI Treatments
Can STIs be treated?
Most STIs and sexually related conditions can be treated with antibiotics. There are some infections that cannot technically be treated but can be managed to ensure you live a normal life (e.g. HIV, Syphilis, Herpes, HPV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C).
Can I get treated for an STI without having any tests?
Can you provide STI treatment if I tested positive elsewhere?
Will I need to get re-tested?
This is partially because of a possible resistance to antibiotics and to prevent further spread of the STI. Your clinician may ask you to also re-test for other STIs if:
- You are pregnant
- Your symptoms don’t go away
- You need proof of treatment success
Where can I get STI treatment from?
Can I treat my STI at home?
This is to ensure that you are taking the appropriate medications and to avoid any future complications.
How much does STI treatment cost?
If you have tested elsewhere, we will still have to carry out an STI consultation (£50) in order to understand your diagnosis with the background information, safely administer medications and to provide any necessary after-care.