HIV Early Detection Test

STD Testing Centers of America are the only testing service that provides the FDA Approved HIV RNA Test which is used for the early detection of HIV. The difference is that HIV tests using DNA measure the amount of antibodies fighting HIV. But our test, which is based on RNA, determines whether the actual HIV virus is in the blood.

The HIV RNA Test can be taken 9 to 11 days after possible exposure. The results come back quickly and are the most accurate results that can be found on the market. You do not need to remove any clothing or have any swabs taken in order to be tested.

Will blood be drawn or do I need to leave a urine sample when having the HIV RNA Test?

A small sample of blood will be needed to complete the HIV RNA Early Detection Test. This will be drawn by one of our lab technicians when you visit our testing center.

Are there any preparations I need to make for the test?

You do not need to fast or prepare in any way for your test.

When would be the best time to have the HIV RNA Early Detection Test?

As early as 9 to 11 days after possible exposure the HIV RNA Test Early Detection Test can produce conclusive results. STD Testing Center of America is the only testing service that provides this RNA based early detection test for HIV, which is FDA Approved.

This test detects the existence of HIV RNA in the blood plasma. It can find acute (recent) HIV infections that have not yet had time to develop antibodies, which are the proteins the body produces to fight HIV) in the bloodstream. This is the most sensitive test for the early detection of HIV currently on the market.

When I get my test results back what will they say?

If you get a result back that says negative then HIV was not present in your blood. If your results come back positive then HIV was found to be present in your blood. If your result is positive this does not indicate that you have developed AIDS.

What is the cure or treatment for HIV?

HIV is not currently able to be cured, but it is very successfully treated using anti-retroviral drugs. The earlier the diagnosis for HIV the easier it is to prevent it from developing into AIDS. A weakened immune system results from having HIV so in order to combat that one must have a healthy lifestyle in terms of remaining free of illness. By taking the medication as prescribed one can live a long life.

Who should get the HIV RNA Early Detection Test?

The populations of people in certain demographics who have the highest risk for becoming infected with HIV would be young adults between 13 to 29 years of age, those living in disadvantaged areas, drug abusers, and gay and bisexual individuals. People using intravenous drugs and share needles are at high risk as well as those engaging in unprotected sex. All of these people should be tested for HIV at least once a year.

HIV Early Detection Test

$ 175
  • Tests for HIV Virus
  • Blood Sample Only
  • 5 Minute Testing Process
  • Results in 1-2 Days
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