Sexually transmitted infection (STI) treatments

We can prescribe effective, discreet treatment if you have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as chlamydia, genital warts or genital herpes. All treatments are available for same-day collection, next-day or standard delivery.

We can prescribe effective, discreet treatment if you have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as chlamydia, genital warts or genital herpes. All treatments are available for same-day collection, next-day or standard delivery.

About STI treatments

  • Genital herpes

    A viral STI, there is no cure for herpes, which is a virus that can cause painful outbreaks. You can choose to treat outbreaks as they occur or take a treatment to prevent outbeaks.

    If you've already been diagnosed with genital herpes, we can prescribe treatment. Your treatment will depend on how many times a year you experience an outbreak, more or less than 6. If it's more than 6, herpes suppression treatment could reduce the number of outbreaks you have.

  • Chlamydia

    This is a common STI and is treated efficiently with antibiotics. If you or your sexual partner have been diagnosed with chlamydia, we can prescribe you treatment. However, our service is only suitable if you are not experiencing symptoms.

    If you are experiencing symptoms, we advise you to see your GP or go to a local sexual health clinic for treatment.

  • Genital warts

    Passed on through sex, genital warts are painless lumps or growths. If you're already been diagnosed, we can prescribe you treatment to help get rid of them. These treatments can be used discreetly at home.

    Genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). We can prescribe an HPV vaccine to protect you against several strains of the virus that cause genital warts and some cancers.

  • Our STI treatment clinic

    When you request a treatment, we'll ask you a series of questions as part of your online consultation. Your answers will be reviewed to ensure that the treatment we prescribe is safe for you to take.

    Once your treatment has been approved, you can select either discreet delivery or same-day collection.

    If we are unable to prescribe the treatment you request, we'll recommend a course of action to ensure you receive the appropriate medical care.

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