- Type: Urine
7 STI Urine Screen
No appointment needed
Results by e-mail
Treatment available if needed
The 7 STI urine screen is an extended urine screen that checks for 7 of the most common STIs in men and women that can give genital symptoms like pain or burning whilst passing urine, itching, discharge or rashes. However, infections may be asymptomatic and the 7 STI urine screen is the best way to check if you have any of these:
- Mycoplasma genitalium
- Trichomonas vaginalis
- Gardnerella vaginalis
- Herpes simples 1&2
Why do this test?
The 7 STI urine screen is the best all-in-one urine screening test for some of the most important STIs in men and women. It is most useful if you have genital symptoms and suspect you might have an STI, but can also be used as a screening test because many of these STIs can be silent and not give any symptoms. It is most useful when used as part of an overall STI check when it is combined with blood tests for HIV and syphilis.
Results take 2 working days * and will be e-mailed to you with a doctor's explanation. Treatment is offered when needed.
Please note that first catch urine is best for this type of test. You should not pass urine for 2 hours before doing the test. Then the first 10-20ml of urine should be collected.
* Indicative timings only. Actual result may be earlier or slightly later.
This test is also available to be done at home. Click here for the Home 7 STI Urine Screen.
All laboratories need information regarding the client to identify their individual sample.
Without these details, tests cannot be processed.
The minimum requirement is the full name and date of birth.
You can enter these details securely in 'Order Special Instructions' at the CART stage of the order process. Alternatively, you can email these to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Doctors Laboratory
76 Wimpole Street
See map at bottom of this page
Treatment for postive tests is available by payment of a £25 prescription fee.
The medication is then delivered to you from our pharmacy partner e-Medicina. Typical costs for one antibiotic is approximately £10.
7 STI Urine Screen