Making sense of it all
There are many questions that can arise when you are faced with HPV/Genital Warts: “What does it mean for my relationship?; “Why do I have warts when I always use protection?” or “Who did I get genital warts from?”
All appointments are highly confidential.
HPV-Wart Consultation: £50 (includes time for tests/vaccines in same appointment)
Extended HPV-Wart Consultation: £125 (for same day hyfrecation treatment)
Please book an extended consultation if you would like to receive the Hyfrecation treatment in the same visit, as long as it is safe to do so.
How can we help you?
Make sense of your situation
Answer important questions
Discuss tests, treatments & vaccines
After your consultation, you may decide to do one (or more) of the following:
Find the answers you need and move on with your life and relationships.
Proceed with our Instant Wart Removal by Hyfrecation for which the total cost will be given during the examination. If you have booked an hour-long doctors’ appointment, we can proceed with the procedure if it is safe to do so.
Carry out any appropriate HPV tests and/or HPV vaccines.
How is this different from an STI Consultation?
Our HPV-Wart Clinic (and Consultation) are designed to help you through any HPV & Genital Warts related problems. That means from the moment you contact us, we are in a better position to make preparations for your visit and see you through your problem.
Will I have an examination during the appointment?
A female clinician and/or female chaperone is available.
Will I be able to get treatment in the same appointment?
Please let us know at the time of booking if you would like to proceed with Hyfrecation or Cryotherapy in the same appointment, so we can book you an hour-long appointment.
How much does it cost?
This includes time for HPV tests & vaccines. Please book an 1-hour long appointment if you for the option of Hyfrecation in the same visit.
If you are experiencing symptoms,
It is important to refer to a healthcare provider as soon as possible. Our experience combined with timely detection can help avoid complications in the future.