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Rapid Herpes Simplex Virus PCR Testing (Next Working Day Result)

  • Test Results In 1 Working Day

  • Detect Herpes Simplex Virus 1 & 2 With A Single Test

  • Test At Any Of Our 6 Clinics Across Singapore

  • Total Privacy, Confidentiality & Affordable Pricing

  • Highly Rated STD Testing Clinic In Singapore

  • Over 43,000 HIV & Rapid STD Tests Completed

Diagnosis of active herpes infection previously takes more than 1 week for the results to be available. As a result, treatment may be delayed. With this new rapid test now available at DTAP, you can be diagnosed with herpes by next working day and you can start on treatment earlier and suffer less.

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Singapore Herpes Testing Clinic

Why Choose Us

Holistic & Dedicated Care Since 2005

6 Conveniently Located Clinics In Singapore

Fast & Accurate Diagnosis For Peace Of Mind

Experienced Doctors & Full Testing

Same Day Appointment & No Waiting

Discreet & Confidential Consultation

Over 10 Years Experience In STD Detection

Private, Comfortable Clinics

Traditionally, HSV 1 (Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1) is commonly known as oral herpes while HSV 2 (Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2) causes genital herpes. However, due to changing sexual practices this is no longer true. 

You can still get HSV 2 in the mouth via oral sex and similarly, you can get HSV 1 in the genitalia through oral sex.

Both HSV 1 and HSV 2 causes painful blisters and ulcers. Usually, there are more than 1 blister or ulcers. In some people, the symptoms can be very mild and they may not think they have been infected with herpes as they may have mistaken it for pimples, or the blisters or ulcers last for a just few days before disappearing.

However, that does not mean that the virus is no longer present.

Similar to the chickenpox virus, it can hide in your body for a period of time with no symptoms and can cause flare ups later on when your immune system is low. Rapid testing is therefore paramount for prompt treatment, should it be necessary.

Total Commitment To Your Health.

Our Clinics


11 Unity Street,
#02-06/07 Robertson Walk,
Singapore 237995

Holland Village

15B Lorong Liput
(Next to Holland Piazza)
Singapore 277730




10 Sinaran Drive,
#08-31 Novena Medical Centre,
Singapore 307506


988 Upper Serangoon Rd,
Stars of Kovan,
Singapore 534733

Tanjong Pagar

Icon Village
12 Gopeng Street, #01-70
Singapore 078877

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Professional, Experienced & Dedicated.

Our Doctors

Dr. Jonathan Ti

MB, BCh, BAO (Ireland), MRCP (UK), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr. Julian Ng

MBBS (Australia), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr. Grace Huang

MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr Julian Hong

BSc (Hons), MBBS (London), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr Chester Lan

MBBS (Singapore), MRCS (Edinburgh), GDFM (Singapore), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr Edwin Ong

MB ChB (Manchester), GDFM, Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr Zeng Shanyong

MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK),
M Med (Int Med)

Dr Goh Lit Ching


Dr Shariff

MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK),
GDip Palliative Medicine (Singapore)

Dr Jonathan Chong

MBBS (Singapore)

Highly Rated Clinic In Singapore.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The 2 most common STDs in the world are Chlamydia and gonorrhoea which Dr Tan and Partners also offers rapid testing for. In addition, other STDs to consider are Syphilis, Trichomoniasis, HPV and HIV.

Typically, results for the rapid HSV 1/2 test will be available next working day.

It is 95-97% accurate.

The doctor will usually need to take the fluid and the bottom of the blisters/ ulcers from any part body using a cotton swab.

There is no preparation to do for the test except do NOT apply any creams or powder to the area 24 hours prior to the test.

No. Most patients report no to little pain during and after the test.

Unfortunately at this point in time, there is no available vaccine for HSV. However, there are several Herpes Simplex Virus vaccines being researched.

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