HIV Test Kit
Discover peace of mind with our state-of-the-art 4th Generation HIV Test Kit, designed to offer you accurate and early detection of HIV. By simultaneously targeting both the HIV p24 antigen and antibodies for HIV-1 and HIV-2, our test significantly narrows the detection window to just 18-45 days post-exposure.
- Detects both HIV antibodies and p24 antigen
- Can detect both HIV-1 and HIV-2
Protect Yourself and Others with a 4th Generation HIV Test
In the early stages of HIV infection, many individuals do not experience symptoms or may have mild symptoms such as headaches and fever. However, during this time, they are highly contagious and can spread the virus to others unknowingly. Early testing is the best way to detect HIV and prevent its spread to others.
Easy-to-Use Home Kit
Our home kit makes testing for HIV easy and convenient. Simply collect your blood sample using a dried blood spot card provided in the kit. All of the supplies are included in the kit, and there’s no need to visit a lab. You can take the test in the privacy of your own home.
Once your sample arrives at the lab, it will be tested promptly, and you can expect to receive your results in just 1-3 business days. This means you can get the answers you need quickly and make informed decisions about your health.
Detect HIV virus quickly and discreetly with our 4th Generation At-Home HIV test, providing superior accuracy compared to older 2nd Generation tests.
HIV p24 antigen
The HIV p24 antigen is a protein from the HIV virus that can be detected in the blood of infected individuals within 2-3 weeks after exposure. This makes it a useful test for quickly diagnosing HIV in the early stages. However, the p24 antigen becomes undetectable after 40-45 days, as the body’s immune system begins to produce antibodies to HIV.
HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies
When a person is infected with HIV, their immune system produces antibodies that are specific to the virus. These antibodies can take up to 90 days to become detectable in the blood, but once they are, they remain detectable for life. This test checks for both HIV antibodies and the p24 antigen, reducing the “window period” when a person can be infected but still test negative for HIV to just 18-45 days after exposure.
How it works
When detected, HIV can be treated with antiretroviral therapy (ART) to reduce viral load, which prevents transmission and disease progression. In addition, post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) can be used to reduce the risk of infection following an exposure.
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