Streatham Hill: trichomonas vaginalis (TV) infections

 

Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection, which is caused by a tiny parasite called trichomonas vaginialis (TV). Visit the NHS website for more information about trichomoniasis.

We are seeing more trichomonas vaginalis (TV) infections that are more common in black African and Caribbean communities. If you are part of this community or have a sexual contact who is, please book an appointment for testing.

Book your appointment

Appointments are added to the system at 12 noon every day for an appointment the following day.

What does this appoinment include?

This appointment can include:

  • being seen by a healthcare assistant or nurse
  • testing for all STI’s including TV (trichomonas vaginalis)
  • being treated as a contact if appropriate.

What does this appointment not include?

This appointment does not include:

  • review by a doctor
  • assessment of symptoms
  • guaranteed treatment.

If you want any of the above, please walk in to the Streatham Hill clinic.

Test at home kit

If you have no symptoms, please order a ‘Test at home kit’. You can also pick one up at the clinic but please be advised you will have to register with the clinic. 

Individuals with a positive or reactive test can then book to see us for treatment or further testing.

 

 

Contact details

Streatham Hill Centre
41 A-C Streatham Hill
London SW2 4TP

Tel: 020 3049 4006

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Find out more about Trichomonas vaginalis

Visit the NHS website for more information about Trichomonas vaginalis.