9th March 2020

Coronavirus and STD testing appointments

The word ‘Coronavirus’, or more accurately COVID-19, is on everyone’s lips at the moment. This new type of coronavirus is thought to have originated from bats in China. It causes a new viral illness, typically with fever, headaches, muscle aches and a cough. It can sometimes cause severe […]
8th May 2019
Healthy Relationship

Is Sex Important For A Healthy Relationship?

For a lot of us, TV, film and books have shaped our ideas and understanding of what makes a healthy relationship. From the bad boy with a motorcycle to the boy next door, clichés of love and romance is shown in almost every form of storytelling.   Most […]
24th April 2019
How common are STIs?

How Common Are STIs?

Did you know there were over 400,000 new diagnoses of STIs in 2016?   Over recent years, there has been a rise in the rates of STIs. Although diagnoses of STIs such as warts and chlamydia have decreased, perhaps from recent efforts to tackle these infections, syphilis and gonorrhoea […]
28th March 2019
Are dating apps to blame for the rise in STIs?

Are Dating Apps to Blame for the Rise in STIs?

Are you on Tinder? You wouldn’t be alone – over 50 million people use Tinder, with at least 10 million active daily users. But recently, people are blaming dating apps for the increase in STIs over recent years. Is this the case? Dating apps like Tinder and Grindr […]
16th December 2018
HIV Testing

Confidential, At Home HIV Testing

DYK HIV testing is an important part of a response to the HIV epidemic as well as PEP, PrEP and safe sex. If you’ve had unprotected sex and feel you are at risk if HIV you should take a test. We provide confidential, reliable and professional and HIV […]
12th December 2018

e-STI tests become more popular across the UK

As NHS STI clinics across the UK struggle to keep up with the high demands due to budget cuts, a bigger demand for self testing kits (also known as e-STI tests) have proved to be a relief to patients. Gaining NHS appointments within 48 hours has become extremely difficult. With […]
27th November 2018

Testing for Chlamydia, as easy as ABC

Chlamydia is one of the most common Sexually transmitted infections in the UK. It can cause symptoms such as discharge, stinging on passing urine, pain during sex, bleeding during or after sex, testicular pain, abdominal pain and soreness- but it can have NO symptoms. Sexual health matters so […]
18th November 2018
Give HIV the finger

National HIV testing week

It’s National HIV testing week and if you do *one thing* this week, make sure it’s having a quick and easy HIV test. Our tests arrive in a plain envelope, are confidential and results return quickly so you know your status. Doctors who work with us can help […]
16th November 2018
End LGBTQ Bullying


Over 75000 LGBTQ youth are bullied in school each year in the UK. Let’s all stop and think about how we all have so much in common with each other regardless of our sexuality, not dwell on what’s different 🏳️‍🌈 be kind to one another and stop stigma.
16th November 2018
Get Tested

Remember to use safe sex practices and get tested!

Anyone can get an STD, even you. Remember to use safe sex practices and get tested!
14th November 2018


Garderella is a bacteria that can cause symptoms of BV-bacterial vaginosis. Our self-taken home swabs can help detect Gardnerella, so it can be treated effectively.   Find our tests here.
12th November 2018


Gonorrhoea is becoming a ‘superbug’ that is difficult to treat with antibiotics. The first stage of looking out for your Sexual Health is to get tested #StoptheStigma   Find our tests here.
10th November 2018
Herpes Virus


Herpes is a long-term condition. However, many people may not notice symptoms even though they are carrying the virus.   Find our tests here.

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