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Female STI Test Kit

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Female STI Test Kit

Order a Test Kit Online

Lab assistant with test tubes
We offer two different tests for women, a basic STI test which checks for the most common STIs, and a full STI test which tests a wider range of sexually transmitted infections. 

The tests involve taking a small blood sample and swabs of the vagina, throat, and anus (bottom). You will get your results 2 to 3 days once your sample reaches the lab. 

If you test positive for any STI, our doctors will be in contact to provide expert advice on next steps, including treatment options.

To place an order, fill in a brief questionnaire. Existing patients should login first.

Medication Pack Size Price
Women's Basic STI Test KitOne Test Kit£126
Women's Full STI Test KitOne Test Kit£244

Dispensing and standard delivery included. Next Day Delivery: £3.99

How our service works

Both test kits include the following:

  • one swab for the vagina
  • one oral swab
  • one rectal swab
  • one finger prick test for a blood sample
You will get your results within 2 to 3 days of your sample reaching the lab. Once your results are available our doctors will review them and send them to you via a secure and confidential message in your online patient account.

In some cases if the doctor needs more information, they may contact you by phone. Make sure your telephone number is up to date in your online account. 

Our doctors are available to offer advice and further support if needed.
  • Order before 4pm and we will send your test kit the same day. Orders received after 4pm will be sent out the next working day.
  • Your test kit will be posted to you via your choice of first class or next day delivery.
  • Your test results will be available 2-3 days after your sample reaches the laboratory.

About the female STI screen

To place an order, fill in a brief questionnaire. Existing patients should login first.

Reviewed by: Dr Louisa Draper in line with the Superdrug Online Editorial Process.

GMC no. 6149137

Dr Draper studied at the University of Oxford and finished her training to become a doctor at University College London, with a special interest in innovation in medicine, online and digital medicine, improving access to healthcare and reducing inequalities in health and well-being.

Last reviewed on: 22/08/21