Screening of sexually transmitted diseases, HPV screening

    • HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus. It is the most common pathogen responsible for sexually transmitted diseases. Out of more than 130 types known today, 40 can cause disease on the genitals. It is transmitted through physical contact via damaged skin or mucosa, most probably during sexual intercourse.
      Screening of sexually transmitted diseases, HPV screening

      STD (Sexually transmitted deseases) is an umbrella term for deseases spread by sexual activity, most commonly sexual intercourse. Pathogens may be unicellular organisms, viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. The most common is HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) which may have symptoms on male and female genitals, around the anus as well as on the oral mucosa.

      Symptoms of the desease are itching, genital discharge, or congenital abnormality. General symptoms include fever, fatigue, indisposition, swelling of the lymphatic glands. In other cases, it may not cause any symptoms at all.

      The examination is recommended to be performed to the partner as well, to prevent recurring infection.

      After the interrogation, the specialist examines the area of trouble. After taking sample of the genital discharge, the doctor sends it to special investigation. Regular control is essential during the treatment. To prevent the patient from developing infertility, it is vital for them not to be the carrier of the virus.

      What to do and what not to do before STD examination


      The use of antibiotics, antifungals, creams or other medication is not permitted within two weeks prior to the examination. Urination is also not advised two to three hours prior to the examination, because it involves taking urethra sample and urinating might distort the diagnosis. It also involves taking tissue sample from the glans and foresking of the penis for cytologic test. The examination is painless, although it involves some inconvenience.


      The appointment must be made between menstruation periods. Engagement in sexual intercourse within two or three days prior to the examination is not permitted. The use of antibiotics, antifungals, creams and uterine wash within two weeks prior to the test is not permitted. The examination involves taking a sample from the uterus and cervix. It may involve the testing of the skin of the genitals as well.

      STD examinations

      STD basic screening package HUF 24 000 instead of HUF 36 000

      Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Trichomonas, breeding of bacteria and fungi

      STD extended screening package HUF 30 000 instead of HUF 42 000

      basic screening package + Neisseria gonorrhea

      STD extended complex screening package HUF 51 000 instead of HUF 81000 Ft

      Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Trichomonas, Neisseria gonnorheae, breeding of bacteria and fungi, HPV, HIV Lues, HBsAg, anti-HBs

      Before testing, a consultation with a specialist is strongly advised to receive a tailor-made and adequate treatment. Our assistants cannot provide advice on selecting the treatment and nor can they evaluate results. These can only be performed by a specialist.

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