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Wondfo Rapid One Step HIV1/2 Test (BUY 3 FREE 1 Bundle)
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ABO&Me STD Screening Premium
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ABO&Me STD Screening Platinum
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What Is HIV/AIDS?

What is HIV What is HIV

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Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q)

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a type of virus that causes damages to the body’s immune system. When left untreated, the HIV will kill off CD4 cells (a type of white blood cells called T cells that are vital for the immune system), which increases risks of infections and cancers.

If you are sexually active, you should get a HIV test annually, even if you practice protected sex. If you have had unprotected sex or shared a needle with someone else, you should speak to a medical professional immediately.

One thing to note would be window periods for the detection of HIV in different test methods. For instance, fourth generation tests can detect HIV within four weeks of transmission, while third generation tests detect HIV after 3+ months of transmission. Thus, individuals are always recommended to do a re-test after 3 months for higher accuracy.

No. Only 10μl of blood sample is needed - equivalent to 0.01ml.

Users will be required to use a lancet or sterilized needle to prick their fingers to collect a small amount of blood sample. While every individual has different pain tolerance, the pain that can be felt when getting stung with a new lancet can be compared to an ant bite.

HIV is not a death sentence.

Early detection and treatment saves lives.