HIV Self-Test (fingerprick blood)

  • This test kit requires user to collects a specimen, performs a test and interprets the test by oneself. The whole process is conducted in private and with total self-control. The kit set come with a test device, buffer cap, instructions for use, alcohol swab, sterile lancet and gauze pad etc.
  • The testing involves the users collecting fingerprick blood to check for HIV antibodies. The test can give you results in about 15 minutes after the test device is inserted into the buffer cap.
  • The test kit is used for preliminary testing and any positive HIV result must be confirmed by laboratory-based testing with a venous blood sample.
  • The window period of this self-test is about three months. It is the period between the moment a person gets infected with HIV and that when the antibody test shows a positive result. During this period, HIV can be transmitted to other people even though his HIV antibody test remains negative.
  • Ensure the test kit is stored with temperature of 8-30℃. Away from direct sunlight or storage with high humidity.