Are you concerned regarding a new personal symptom you’ve developed? Do you think it may indicate you have contracted an STD?
Even if the chances of picking up an STD may seem unlikely, if you live and/or work in London, you need to get yourself checked. Finding a good sexual health clinic in London may be easier than you think.
Concerned regarding a new personal symptom on this list?
STDs do not always present symptoms. They are asymptomatic in over 50% of cases. This means if you’re concerned you could have been infected, even though you show no symptoms, you still need to get checked out. The most common symptoms, when they do display themselves include:
- Pain (burning sensation) when urinating
- Discharge from the penis and/or vagina
- Rash around the genitals and/or anus
- Warts or sores on and around the genitals and anus
The symptoms of HIV are often mistaken for flu. They can include: aching muscles, fatigue and fever.
Getting over the stigma
Many people still feel that there is a stigma attached to having an STD. It is however, important to set this aside. Some STDs can be passed on through oral sex or simple skin to skin contact. Penetrative sex is not the only culprit.
Deciding to get yourself tested if you are concerned regarding a new personal symptom is never easy. Choosing a top private sexual health clinic in London like Broadgate Clinic London Wall may make that decision easier.
The comfort of confidentiality
Confidentiality is important, and knowing that you can rely on a clinics total discretion to diagnose and treat you in confidence is essential. That is why so many people here in the City choose us here at Broadgate Clinic London Wall.
The walk-in sexual health clinic in London
Using the walk in facility of a sexual health clinic in London like Broadgate Private GP can be a great benefit. It mean that you can react to a spur of the moment decision to get tested. But it also means you can choose to take time off work when it is easiest to do so.
If you prefer to make an appointment (same-day or later) call 020 7638 4330.