Human papillomavirus (HPV) testing in Edinburgh

Find health labs to test for Human papillomavirus (HPV) in Edinburgh and compare all offers by prices and services.

Tests that cover Human papillomavirus (HPV)

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STI Test by Chalmers Sexual Health Centre

2A Chalmers Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9, United Kingdom

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STD Test by Chalmers Hospital, Edinburgh

2A Chalmers Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9, United Kingdom

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2TX, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6RS, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

EH11 1EX, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2TX, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STD Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Easter Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5RQ, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Oxgangs Broadway, Edinburgh, EH13 9LQ, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STD Test by Sandyford Sexual Health Service

Hawthornbank Lane, Edinburgh, EH4 3BH, United Kingdom

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A STD Test costs £345.00

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STI Test by Meadows Medical Practice

9 Brougham Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9HW, United Kingdom

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STD Test by YourGP

19 Hawthornbank Lane, Edinburgh, EH4 3BH, United Kingdom

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Human papillomavirus (HPV) - symptoms and how to test

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a member of a large family of extremely widespread viruses. Most individuals do not react to them, but some kinds can cause genital warts or cancer. When HPV enters the body, it causes skin problems. Although HPV may infect anybody who has had sexual contact, it is more common among persons with several sexual partners. Without protection from vaccination, nearly everyone who engages in sexual activity will get HPV at some point. The primary objective of testing is to detect HPV-caused abnormal cervical cells with severe cell changes (also called precancerous lesions) so that they can be removed to prevent the development of invasive cancers.