01. Choose Treatment
Select the treatment or medication you need and answer a few questions online regarding your condition.
02. Online Consultation
Our Independent Prescribers will review your questions and assess your suitability for the medication.
03. Express Delivery
Your medication is dispensed and delivered directly to you from our UK based Pharmacy.
Sexually transmitted infections
Order antibiotics for sexual health online, with a same-day assessment from our team of fully-qualified GPs. We prescribe for a whole range of STDs and STIs, including the following:
We provide the same prescriptions as a local sexual health clinic, and our aim is to offer a more convenient and confidential way of treating patients. For anyone who has already had a sexual health test, an online prescription is the fastest solution. We offer free delivery and discreet packaging, as well as a next day option so you can start treatment without delay.
How to get a sexual health test or assessment
If you’re worried about your sexual health, it’s important to speak to a medical practitioner and get tested as soon as possible. There are a number of self-testing kits for conditions such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis, as well as tests for hepatitis B and C. These can be obtained from your GP, a sexual health clinic, or online.
A sexual health test kit should not replace advice given to you by a doctor, or the need for regular screenings, but it can help you diagnose your symptoms quickly and effectively at home. Before using any kit, check that it is properly sealed.
When it comes to getting assessed for antibiotics online, we make it simple and stress-free. Our doctors can issue prescriptions on the same day – usually within 4 hours.
All you need to do is:
- Choose the treatment you need
- Fill in a questionnaire and wait for your GP assessment
- Get your STI/STD treatment delivered to your door
Looking after your sexual health
Sexually transmitted infections and diseases affect hundreds of thousands of people each year in the UK, but the good news is that most are treatable with antibiotics – although the best treatment is always prevention. Practicing safe sex is the best way to stop STIs and STDs.
It’s important to note that even though condom use can reduce the chances of being infected, it doesn’t give you complete protection. It’s also important to note that many people with STIs do not have symptoms. So, regular sexual health check-ups are recommended for anyone who is sexually active.
You should never delay getting sexual health advice from a professional. If you think you have an STI or STD, it’s important that you talk openly with your sexual partner(s) to prevent spreading the infection further.
If you and your partner(s) need treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, or genital warts, order safely and discreetly with us online.
STD's during pregnancy
Contracting an STD before or during pregnancy can cause either infertility or a complicated pregnancy. Each STD can effect your pregnancy differently, for example both Gonnorhoea and Chlamydia can prevent pregnancy. Our guide on the risks from getting pregnant when you have a STD will provide you with a more detailed look at how the different STD's can effect your pregnancy. If you have had unprotected sex within the last 48 hours and fear that you may get pregnant, the morning after pill such as ellaOne may be suitable as an emergency contraception.