HIV Antibody Testing

10 Test Panel
(Popular Plan)

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10 Test Panel with HIV Early Detection

10 Test Panel + HIV Early Detection

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HIV Antibody Testing Information

Our SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE testing method

The HIV antibody test requires only a small blood sample. All you need to do is show up and get your blood drawn. No fasting or other type of preparation is needed for this test.

The best time to be tested

The recommended time to be tested varies from person to person, but generally, the HIV antibodies can be detected somewhere between 25 days and 3 months after possible exposure. The test looks for these antibodies in the blood, and if they are found, an additional test is performed to confirm the diagnosis. In rare cases, this test can confirm the presence of HIV as early as 9-11 days after exposure.

Interpreting your test results

When your test results come back, they will either be positive or negative. A positive result means you have HIV in your blood. A negative result means you are HIV free.

Treatment of HIV

Although there is no cure for this disease, it can be treated with the help of several different drugs. These drugs strengthen your immune system to prevent HIV from turning into AIDS. When taken regularly, you can live a perfectly normal life.

You should get tested if...

If you have participated in unprotected sex, or live with someone who has HIV, you should get tested. If you participate in intravenous drug use, and share needles, you should also get tested. The most common symptoms of the virus are diarrhea, weight loss, fever, cough, difficulty breathing, and fatigue. If you experience these symptoms, you should probably get tested.

Don't make the mistake of waiting to get tested for HIV Antibody.

HIV Testing - Don't Wait.

HIV is one of the most severe STDs, and does not have a cure. If you feel you have been infected with HIV, it is crucial you get tested as soon as possible to avoid possible exposure to other people, and start treatment is necessary.

You can contract HIV through unprotected sex, or by sharing needles when taking intravenous drugs. If you participate in either of these activities, you are at high risk for infection.

Once infected, your body usually takes just under one month to develop antibodies to fight the disease. However, in some cases, it could take your body up to 3 months to make these antibodies. These antibodies are what the test looks for as an indication of infection.

If you feel you have been infected, we recommend you get tested between 1-3 months after possible exposure. Please contact one of our testing centers to get tested before it's too late.

How the process works

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HIV Antibody Testing Services Include:

Confidential STD Testing

The STD Testing process is completely confidential. Only you have access to the results.

Comprehensive 10 Test Panel

We recommend a complete 10 test panel to screen for the most common STDs.

Get 100% Satisfaction

We have specialists to help you through the process should any concerns or questions arise.

Fast Testing Centers

Testing at the testing centers can take as little as 5 minutes. No need to wait.

Free Doctor Consultation

If your test results are positive, you have access to a doctor who can discuss treatment options with you.

Extremely Easy Process

Using our service enables you to get extremely quick, 100% confidential, and reliable STD testing results in a simple 1-2 -3 step process.

Next Steps if you Test Positive

If your HIV Antibody test results are positive, take a deep breath and give us a call. We have doctors on hand that are trained to answer any questions you have regarding the diagnosis, the disease itself, and available treatments. This phone call is completely free of charge. If needed, our doctors may also recommend you visit an HIV specialist for more help.

For more information, call 1-800-704-6159.


This test package is for patients who are worried about recent exposure. The HIV Early Detection test can detect HIV as early as 6 days after exposure.

  • Herpes 1 (HSV 1)
  • Herpes 2 (HSV 2)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • HIV Type 1 & 2
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Syphilis
  • HIV Early Detection
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