Self Testing Kit 

If you would like to be tested STI & Chlamydia

Why get an STI test?

Chlamydia is the most common STI, with as many as 1-in-12 infected. Some STIs like chlamydia can show no symptoms, so it's recommended those who are sexually active get tested annually.

What about other STIs?

You may be offered a GUM kit which includes a range of STI tests, such as HIV and Syphilis usually offered at sexual health clinics. Also, free HIV tests are available in some areas via our Test.HIV service.

Camberwell Sexual Health Clinic 

They offer a range of ways to use our sexual health services. These include self-testing kits, a walk-in clinic, and appointments. You can also visit the clinic to pick up condoms and pregnancy tests and to get advice.

Clinic opening hours

  • Monday: 8am-3pm
  • Tuesday: 8am-3pm
  • Wednesday: 12pm-7pm
  • Thursday: 10am-5pm
  • Friday: 10am-5pm
  • Weekends and bank (public) holidays: closed

Ways you can use the sexual health services

1: Book an appointment

Appointments slots are released every Tuesday afternoon and Friday afternoon, for the coming week. Use the links below to book onto the right clinic.

Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time. We will try and see you within 30 minutes of your appointment time. If you are more than 5 minutes late, it may not be possible to see you.

STI symptoms and contraception clinic
For people who have symptoms of an STI, or who need contraception other than an implant or coil (Implant clinic and Coil clinic details are below).

Implant clinic
For contraceptive implant insertion or removal.

Coil clinic
For contraceptive coil insertion or change.

Rainbow clinic
For men who have sex with men.

Repeat pill or depo clinic
For women who are already taking the pill or using the contraception injection (depo).

2: Walk-in service
Alternatively you can use the walk-in service and they will assess the most appropriate way for you to get what you need. The walk-in clinic can be very busy and you can expect to wait at least 2 hours to be seen. We recommend you book an appointment or order a test kit where possible, and only use the walk-in service for urgent problems.

If you come to the walk-in service, a member of staff will discuss with you why you have come in and then either direct you to the self-testing service, offer you a slot in the walk-in clinic, or book you an appointment.

They we offer

  • Information, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis, herpes, warts, hepatitis and HIV
  • Contraception, including emergency contraception
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Information about and referral for abortion
  • Testing for bacterial vaginosis and thrush (candida)
  • Free condoms
  • Post-exposure prophylaxis after sexual exposure (PEPSE) for HIV
  • Rapid (same-day) HIV testing.

Information leaflets
For more information about a wide range of sexual health issues, visit and search for: leaflet and booklet downloads.

Preparing for your appointment

If you are having an IUD, IUS (coil) or implant fitted
You must not have risked pregnancy in your current menstrual cycle; that is, no sexual intercourse since your last normal period or correctly and consistently used a reliable method of contraception. The withdrawal method and diaphragms/caps are not highly reliable methods of contraception.

If you are having an emergency IUD (coil) fitted
An emergency IUD can be fitted up to five days after unprotected sex. You can have it fitted at any time in your menstrual cycle provided this is the only unprotected sex you have had since your last period. If you have had unprotected sex more than once since your last period, then an emergency IUD can be fitted up to five days after the earliest time you could have released an egg (ovulation).

Having an IUD or IUS (coil) removed
If you want to have an IUD or IUS removed and you are not planning a pregnancy, it is important that you use condoms or do not have sex for seven days before your appointment.

Male patients
Do not pass urine for at least one hour before you attend the clinic.

If you are going to have a procedure during your appointment and you have small children with you, please bring someone along who can look after them.

If you need to be examined you can ask to have a second member of staff (chaperone) present.

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