Get Checked

We love sex, we want to be safe, so get checked !

Your sexual health is important to us

If you have any questions about sexually transmitted infections, Get-Checked trained and certified pharmacies and GP surgeries are a low-threshold and uncomplicated point of contact for everyone.
Get-Checked includes a test for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV and syphilis, possibly hepatitis.

If you do not have any complaints that require a medical examination, select the test center of your choice on this website. The tests are subject to self-payment (cash or card on site), there is no unnecessary post. You can go to the test center with or without an appointment.

Get-checked offers a simple process and individual advice/testing tailored to your situation.

You don't need to make an appointment and, unlike home tests, you avoid parcel post and the hassle of taking samples at home.

HIV can be excluded after 6 weeks (self-test after 12 weeks) and you can also have hepatitis B and C tested if necessary.

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) often do not cause any symptoms
Even without symptoms, a test can be useful

There are many reasons for an HIV or STI test. After a risk exposure such as unprotected vaginal, anal and/or oral sexual contact or when changing partners, you want to avoid infection with sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Some STIs can also be transmitted during protected sexual intercourse (e.g. chlamydia and gonorrhea).

Why Get-Checked?

"Peace of mind". Worrying is not worth it and is exhausting.

Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) do not show any symptoms. It is therefore unclear whether you are carrying an infection as long as you are not tested for it. In the event of risk exposure (condom breakdown, one night stand) or a change of partner, it is advisable to test for the most important STIs.

Have I been vaccinated? Hepatitis A and B test and vaccinations that protect for a lifetime.

Vaccinations (e.g. hepatitis B) are an important part of preventive health care. Hepatitis B is often transmitted sexually and vaccination provides lifelong protection. The cost of vaccination against the human papilloma virus (HPV), which can cause genital and anal cancers and warts, is covered for all women and men up to the age of 26.

Should I also get tested for hepatitis C?

Hepatitis C can be transmitted through blood products, puncture wounds and only rarely through anal sex. A test is recommended if you are at risk. On the following website you will find valuable information on when a test for hepatitis C is appropriate. Hepatitis C is curable!


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