HIV Early Detection Testing

10 Test Panel
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10 Test Panel with HIV Early Detection

10 Test Panel + HIV Early Detection

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HIV Early Detection Testing Information

Our SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE testing method

The HIV RNA Test is is a blood test. This only requires a small amount of blood that is drawn by a lab technician. No advanced preparation is needed for the HIV RNA test.

The best time to be tested

The HIV RNA test can be done as early as 9-11 days after initial exposure. This is the only online site that provides this type of early detection testing. The test is used to detect HIV in the plasma of the patient, even before antibodies appear in the bloodstream. This allows the virus to be detected as soon as possible for better treatment.

Interpreting your test results

If your results come back positive, HIV was found in your blood. If your results come back negative, no HIV was found in your blood and you are virus free. If you are infected with HIV, it does not mean you have AIDS.

Treatment of HIV

Although there is no cure for HIV, it can be treated with a series of different drugs. These drugs boost your immune system so that the HIV virus doesn't progress into full blown AIDS. The sooner you get tested for HIV, the higher chance you have of fighting the disease. Living an overall healthy lifestyle is also a great way to fight the virus.

You should get tested if...

According to statistics, the individuals most likely to contract HIV are bisexuals, drug abusers, gays, and sexually active young adults. Individuals who regularly use intravenous drugs are also at high risk. However, anyone who participates in sexual activities with people they don't know should get tested regularly. Common symptoms of the virus are diarrhea, weight loss, fever, cough, difficulty breathing, and fatigue. If you experience these symptoms, we recommend you get tested.

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

HIV Early Detection Testing - Don't Wait.

Over 1 million people in the US currently have HIV, and thousands of new cases are occurring every year. These numbers show just how important it is to get tested so you don't become the next victim. Many infected persons are spreading this disease without even knowing about it.

If you feel you may have been exposed to HIV, we recommend you take the HIV RNA Early Detection as soon as possible. You can take this test as early as 9 days after exposure.

We also recommend our 10-Test Panel for individuals who feel they may have been exposed to multiple STDs. This one test will allow you to find out if you have been infected with HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, both types of herpes, and all three types of hepatitis.

Now is the time to get tested for HIV. If you wait too long, you could spread it to other people, and postpone needed treatment.

How the process works

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HIV Early Detection 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

Once you receive a positive diagnosis for the HIV Early Detection test, you will probably be full of questions and concerns. These questions and concerns can be answered through a free phone consultation with one of our trained doctors. Give them a call, and they will let you know what the results mean and what you need to do next.

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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