Confidential Home Herpes Simplex I/II Testing Service

Order Your Herpes I/II Test Today - Only £59.95

  • Order test kit online for discrete next day delivery
  • Pee in the pot and return sample by post in pre-paid envelope
  • Text message alert when results are available online
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Herpes Simplex I/II Laboratory Testing Kit

How does the Anytime Doctor service work?
Step 1: Register online and pay for your Herpes Simplex I/II laboratory test kit using a debit or credit card. We will post you your test kit in a discrete envelope that fits through standard UK post-boxes. The envelope is plain and is only marked with your address. The Anytime Doctor logo or return address is not written anywhere. If you order a Herpes Simplex I/II test kit before 5.00pm Monday to Friday, we will send you the laboratory test kit by first class post on that day.

Step 2: Simply pee in the bottle, screw the cap back on and place the bottle in the special pre-paid envelope provided. Then pop the pre-paid envelope into any post box.

Step 3: Once our laboratory has processed your sample, you will be sent a text message asking you to log into your secure online medical record to see your result. Unfortunately if you test positive for Herpes Simplex I/II there is no cure. However you can buy Herpes tablets/cream in advance of your Herpes outbreak to quicken your recovery time and lesson the effects on you.

How Anytime Doctor can help you:

We provide this regulated, specialist service for people who want an accurate clinical method of testing for Herpes Simplex I/II. We send you a real laboratory test kit designed for home sample collection.

NHS GUM clinics do not currently test for Herpes Simplex I/II using a urine sample. The Anytime Doctor Herpes Simplex I/II test offers high test accuracy (sensitivity & specificity percentage).

All services provided by Anytime Doctor are confidential (we do not inform your GP) and allow you to get tested and treated within the privacy of your home and without the potential embarrassment of a face-to-face doctor consultation or the inconvenience of lengthy waiting rooms.