We apologise but, due to a technical problem, there is a delay in STI tests being carried out. The laboratory is working hard to clear the backlog and will process tests as quickly as possible. Once we have your results, we will send these to you as soon as we can.
Our online kits can test you for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV and syphilis. More information about these infections is available below:
- Chlamydia – a guide by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (pdf)
- Gonorrhoea – a guide by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (pdf)
- HIV – health information on the NHS website
- Syphilis – a guide by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (pdf)
You can order an STI self-test kit online if:
- you are 18 or older
- you live in an area covered by Oxfordshire County Council (find your local council on the GOV.UK website).
- you have no symptoms or other concerns
You will be asked a series of questions to check which STI kit is best for you. We can provide kits whatever your sexuality and gender identity. We sometimes might need to contact you first, just to check your exact needs and make sure the right kit is sent. If you have any worries, it is always best to book a telephone consultation to discuss these.
All kits are supplied with clear instruction leaflets. You can also view online versions of the leaflets below. If you need any help or advice, please contact us.
Chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing
- rectal swab instructions
- throat swab instructions
- urine sample instructions
- vaginal swab instructions
Watch our video guide (below) first, then look at the blood sample instructions.
Yes. It is important to understand when you should be testing; this will depend on your sexual history.
You will not be able to request a kit online more than once every 4 months. If you do need to test more frequently than this, please contact us for a telephone consultation so we can arrange this for you.
I have symptoms
Go to I have symptoms of infection.
I’m under 18
Contact us for a telephone consultation; you will then be given a clinic appointment or sent out a self-testing kit as appropriate. You can also see your school or college nurse for a free test pack.