London Chlamydia testing – discrete infection checks

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Chlamydia is one of the most common STIs here in the UK. If you live and/or work in the City and you are sexually active, you should go for London Chlamydia testing a minimum of once every year.

If you have unprotected sex at any time, you should go for screening as soon after the episode as possible. Don’t leave it until your next annual check.

As well as being one of the most common STIs, Chlamydia is one that can cause serious permanent damage to your health. This is true if it is left undiagnosed and untreated for a long length of time. It can cause testicular pain in men, and in women can lead to infertility.

Chlamydia does not always present symptoms

One of the big problems with Chlamydia is that along with many other STIs it can be asymptomatic. In other words you could be infected, and the infection can progress without any outward symptoms. That is why it is recommended that sexual active individuals should go for London Chlamydia testing at least every 12 months.

If you are sexually active, it is worth knowing what the typical symptoms of Chlamydia are. If you click here, you will be taken through to the appropriate page on our website. It is important however, that you bear in mind that you could have an asymptomatic infection.

Discrete London Chlamydia testing

Going for STI testing can prove problematic for many people. Public STI/GUM clinics carry quite a stigma for many. This is why a lot of people prefer to have London Chlamydia testing done at a private clinic like Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall.

We are one of the top London Chlamydia testing facilities with discretion and confidentiality assured. We don’t only perform STI screening. Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall deals with a wide range of general health issues. This means that being spotted visiting our London Wall clinic doesn’t necessarily raise specific suspicions about STI screening.

For maximum convenience we also offer a walk in screening service. For more information browse our website or call us on 020 7638 4330.

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