Choose my STI test

To give an accurate result, all STD, STI and HIV tests need a minimum window or incubation period between the incident that you are concerned about and the time of the test.  If you have a test too early it is possible that an STD, STI or HIV may not be detected and you may test negative when you are not. Therefore it is important that you are honest with yourself and with us about your incubation period. 

There is no maximum time period for testing. You do not have to be tested on any exact date once you have reached the minimum time. Most people do not have any symptoms if they have an STI or STD so it is important to test regularly.

STI Tests available at any time when you have some symptoms:

  • Blemish Screen - a swab of a visible wart, spot or blemish for syphilis, HPV/ genital warts and herpes I/II
  • Herpes I/II by swab or urine
  • HPV/ Genital Warts if you have a suspected wart
  • Syphilis

STI Tests available at any time with or without symptoms: 

  • Women only: High Vaginal Swab
  • Women only: Comprehensive Cervical Screen (PAP Smear with HPV)
  • Women only: PAP Smear for Cervical Cancer
  • Women only: HPV typed DNA (14 High Risk and 6 Low Risk HPV types)

STI Tests available 10 days after any incident: 

  • Early Detection Screen for HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C
  • HIV 10 day RNA PCR Test

STI Tests available 14 days after any incident:

  • Early Platinum (using the Early Detection Screen for HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C)
  • Peace of Mind Screen
  • Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphilis

STI Tests from 28 days after any incident:

  • Platinum Screen
  • Full Screen
  • Hepatitis Screen
  • Hepatitis Comprehensive Screen
  • HIV I/II and p24 antigen HDUO test
  • Hepatitis B
  • Herpes I/II
  • TORCH Screen