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Things to do before your consultation

To help your consultation run as smoothly as possible, we have put together a checklist for our patients.

  • Please complete our new patient form before you arrive. If this is not possible, we ask that you arrive around five minutes before your scheduled consultation to allow time for you to fill it in.
  • Please consider your reason for booking a consultation with Dr Tickle and ensure you bring any relevant notes or documents with you.
  • Come prepared! We know how frustrating it can be when you get home only to realise you have forgotten to ask something during your consultation.
  • We respectfully request that consultations are paid for on the day and we accept cash, cheques and all major credit and debit cards (except Amex)
  • Please visit our FAQs page for further information.
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Dr Tickle’s Health Club

Let us help you to spread the cost of your medical care. Paying a small fee monthly will cover all appointments, casework, consultant liaison and referral letters as well as telephone and email contacts and prescriptions. There are significant discounts on health checks and home visits too, and no hassle with invoices. Laboratory fees and injections are not included and will be billed separately.

The health club can be paid for annually or monthly, although the initial payment will be for 6 months of membership.

Membership Monthly fee Annual fee Initial charge
Single Adult £75 £750 £375
Couple £125 £1250 £625
Family * £250 £2500 £1250

*Family membership covers 2 adults and 2 dependent children. Additional children can be added for £50 a month each.

020 7935 2610

General Practitioner and Family Doctor

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39 Harley Street, London, W1G 8QH

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Sexual Health

Dr Elaine Tickle is an experienced practitioner of sexual health medicine, completing the Diploma in Family Planning and running several community sexual health clinics over the years.

Her relaxed nature and affable character make her easy to confide in about what can be an embarrassing subject – especially for adolescents. All consultations are strictly confidential, including appointments about contraception.

Our visiting counselling psychotherapist, Gaylin Tudhope, provides relationship and intimacy therapy for those with sexual health concerns.

Vaccinations

Dr Tickle’s sexual health care starts at 12-13 years of age with HPV vaccinations for girls and boys.

  • Boys are not currently immunised on the NHS for HPV, which is a common and contagious infection.
  • Infection with HPV can cause genital warts, the most common sexually transmitted infection in the UK, and can lead to cervical cancer.

The HPV vaccine helps protects girls, who are not yet sexually active, against cervical and other less common genital cancers and can help protect both girls and boys from genital warts. For more information, click here.

Contraception

Dr Tickle provides advice on all forms of contraception and can prescribe hormonal contraception, although she does not fit coils or contraceptive implants. She will help you form the right approach and where applicable, refer you to a leading consultant for further advice and assessment.

Sexually transmitted infections

Whether you are at the start of a new relationship, about to have sex for the first time, or have been sexually active for a while, Dr Tickle encourages you to stay safe. Regular HIV and HPV screening is encouraged, especially for those with more than one partner, gay men in an active relationship, or anyone who may be worried.

Both partners in a new relationship are encouraged to visit our London sexual health clinic to screen for any existing sexually transmitted infections.

A straightforward urine test is all that is required to screen for most STIs but please refrain from going to the toilet for two hours before your test. Your test results will be back within three days.

  • The urine test is for all STIs except syphilis and HIV.
  • Screening for HIV and syphilis requires a blood test.
  • HIV blood test results are returned within 2-4 hours to help you avoid any prolonged anxiety.

Unfortunately, sexually transmitted infections are on the increase with the fastest growing affected group being the over 55s. Chlamydia is one of the most common STIs in the UK and most people who have it don’t notice any symptoms. The two highest risk groups continue to be people with multiple partners and men who have sex with men.

Health care unique to women

A full spectrum of women’s health concerns, from period problems and pregnancy planning, through to menopausal issues and bone density, are attended to by Dr Tickle.