Hiv Home Testing
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Posted by mustang77, 1 ReplyI took a icare hiv 1/2 home hiv test , By JAL Innovations. This test is USAID and evaluated by WHO it is also ISO9001,TUV, and GMP certified. Is this test reliable? Results were negative.
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Posted by SHAYE, 2 RepliesHey does any one know of an at home test that is said to work? I am really worried about getting a test done and would rather do it at home first. I heard only trust the ones that Are FDA approved, but I was wondering if anyone knew of one reliable... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAbout the cost of home tests...someone on the "Ask the Experts"
Safe Sex forum wanted to know how much they cost. Mr. Sowadsky
responded that the Home Access 3-day test is $49.99 plus $12.95
shipping and handling. That's INCORRECT, at least here in
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Posted by bigfrog88, 1 ReplyGood day all.
I recently was tested using an At home HIv Test Generation 3 called iCare Anti Hiv 1 and 2 test. This test is USAID approved and i verified the lot number with the manufactor. Tested 10 weeks out. Is this a sufficent test or do i... Read more »
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. Home tests are not available for free. The cost varies between US$30 toUS$50. These tests are not free, since it costs money to pay for themanufacturing of these kits, as well as the costs of running the tests... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesDO NOT use any home testing kits that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The only home testing kit that is FDA approved is called Home Access (www.homeaccess.com).See the FDA's posting of information on buying HIV test... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESWhile we don't usually answer "Do I have HIV?" questions on this forum, the recent FDA approval of at-home HIV testing makes your question noteworthy.A negative HIV screening test more than 6 months after the last possible exposure... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I unfortunately do not have any personal experience with the company you reference. However, HIV testing is now fairly well standardized around the world and most test kits are quite reliable. Please note this is merely a screening test. If you... Read more »
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