Blood Screen

Blood Screen

From: £75.00

Blood test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C

This combined test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C comprises of an easy to use finger prick test. You will use a fine needle to draw a small amount of blood from your finger.

Once you have taken your sample, all you need to do is post it to the laboratory – all postage is included. You will get your test results within three days of the sample reaching the lab. We will send you a message or contact you via phone when your results become available.

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This combined test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C comprises of an easy to use finger prick test. You will use a fine needle to draw a small amount of blood from your finger.

Once you have taken your sample, all you need to do is post it to the laboratory – all postage is included. You will get your test results within three days of the sample reaching the lab. We will send you a message or contact you via phone when your results become available.

How does the test work?

Syphilis, HIV and Hepatitis B and C are blood-borne infections. In order to check whether you have any of these infections, you need to take a blood test. Our home test kit is a finger prick test, which allows you to take a very small blood sample at home.

Taking the sample is quick and easy-with instructions on the leaflet which comes with your test kit. Once you have taken your tiny blood sample you need to post it to the laboratory, which will then analyse your sample. The test kit comes with a self-addressed envelope and the postage is paid, so all you need to do is post it. You will receive your test results within three days of your sample reaching the laboratory.

Our service is discreet and completely confidential. Our test kits are sent out in discreet packaging. We will contact you via text or phone to let you know that your results are available.

When should I get the test?

For some infections, it takes several days or weeks before they can be detected in a sexual health screen. This is called the ‘window period’.

If you think there is a high risk that you have been exposed to any of these infections (e.g. through sexual contact, blood, or sharing needles with someone who may be infected), it is essential that you see a nurse or doctor immediately. Please contact your GP, Sexual Health Clinic, or A&E department.

Please note: it can take up to 12 weeks for these infections to be detected in a sexual health screen. If you do the test before 12 weeks have passed since the incident, you should confirm any negative results at a later date by repeating the test.

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