Quick and easy HIV testing
We’re all leading such busy lives these days. Trying to fit so much in, it’s understandable that finding the time to have an HIV test can often stay on the bottoms of our ‘to do’ lists.
Time to Test makes HIV testing quick and easy, ensuring you can always find the time to take care of your sexual health.
You can talk over any concerns with our staff and take your pick from our wide range of condoms and lubrication which include, varied sizes, flavours, textures, sensations, non-latex and the world’s thinnest condom!
Alternatively, you can order a free, postal, HIV and STI test kit here.
About the test
Pin-prick test – uses a lancet to get a small amount of blood from your finger and results are available in 60 seconds.
When & where
Time to test is held at various venues throughout Berkshire and we can arrange a time to suit you in the day time or evening.
Results are given at the appointment
We ask for a £10 contribution to help cover the cost of the appointment.
How long does the test take?
Our test takes 1 minute to give a result, the whole appointment takes around 10-15 minutes
When will I receive the result?
At the appointment
Why can't I find your address?
We operate out of discreet venues across Berkshire. To keep them discreet, we only publicise the area in which we are testing, you’ll need to call or e-mail to find out exactly where we are going to be.
Do you offer walk-in sessions?
Again, our service is designed to be as discreet as possible, so we do not have a waiting room and we only see people by pre-booked appointment. This ensures when you turn up to your appointment, you’ll be seen straight away and not bump into anyone else that is testing with us that day.
How soon can I be seen?
We have daytime and evening appointments available. We will book you in for when it suits you best, but aim to get you in for same day testing, where possible, so you might call or e-mail us at 10am, and we’ll have you booked in for 11am the same day! Now that’s service! Please note testing is not available on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
How much does it cost?
As testing is no longer funded, we ask for a £10 contribution to help cover the cost. You can make this payment via credit or debit card or paypal – here