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We send you your tests in the post. You can then return your samples directly to our lab and receive your results online.
We also sell other healthcare products, shipped straight to your front door.
With our Better2Know Everywhere service we will send a nurse to you at home, or work, anywhere in the UK at a time and location of your choosing.
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Tests for: HIV I/II and the p24 antigen, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Herpes I/II (current infection), Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Trichomonas and Gardnerella.
Tests for HIV I/II and the p24 antigen.
Receive your results the same day your sample is received in the laboratory: HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
A blood test for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
Tests for HIV I/II and the p24 antigen. This provides the most accurate detection from 28 days after any potential exposure.
A Herpes test by blood if you have no symptoms.
A blood test for Syphilis.
A blood test for Hepatitis C.
This fifth generation test will look for HIV I/II antibodies and the p24 antigen.
An HIV test at just ten days after any incident you are concerned about.
This Zika test is suitable 7 days after potential exposure.
Spread the cost across 6 interest-free payments.
Available at checkout.
This is the time between potential exposure to infection and when an infection can accurately be detected. If you test before this time has elapsed, it may affect the accuracy of your results.Please ensure the incubation period has passed before the date of your Better2Know STI test. The time window varies depending on the infection(s) you are testing for.
This is the usual time we expect results to be ready once your samples have been received in the testing laboratory.