Human Papillomavirus is among the most widespread sexually transmitted diseases globally and is the leading cause of cervical cancer.
This is a simple test which you can do at home. You will get your results within 1-3 days of your sample reaching our lab.
Human Papillomavirus is responsible for almost 100% of cervical cancer cases in women. The infection is symptomless, so it can only be diagnosed with an HPV test. It is estimated that 1 in 2 will contract the virus in their lifetime. There is no treatment for this disease spread by skin to skin contact. However, cancer preventative measures can be taken if an infection is caught early enough.
There is no treatment for the virus itself. However, there are treatments for the symptoms that it can cause:
We use CE certified qPCR laboratory equipment that sensitively and accurately detects HPV in your swab. A hassle-free self-swab kit is sent to your house; follow the simple instructions, then post back to our labs free of charge.
1 x Stress-Free, Pre-Paid Royal Mail Tracked24, Return to Lab Labels included.
+ Certificate Issued
+ Bonus QR CODE Health Status Evidence
1x Sample container
1x Return bag UN3373
1x Pre-paid label
1x Instructions for use
Our test results will tell you whether or not you test positive for high-risk genotypes.
Fast, Easy & Private
Order your kit online and once it arrive collect your sample at home.
Drop off the parcel preferably in the morning to get the earlier box clearances. Using the Return Track24 pre-paid label on each test kit, drop the package off at the nearest Royal Mail Priority Red Box to return it to the Lab.
Once your results are ready, we will send you an email with your certificate.
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Human Papillomavirus, is a family of over 100 viruses that affect the skin and most parts of the human body. The majority of its viruses are spread through sexual contact, and therefore it is classified as a form of STI.
There aren’t always clear indications of HPV, so many people do not be aware of the virus.
Although infection doesn’t cause symptoms, the various types of the virus can trigger the development of genital warts or abnormal cells in the cervix, which can occasionally result in cervical cancer.
Within the UK, testing is part of the cervical screening offered by the NHS. Women who are 25-49 are screened every three years. Women between 50 and 64 are invited every five years.
If you’ve been diagnosed with the virus, it could take weeks or even months until it is discovered.
Certain organizations recommend that young women undergo tests often because of the chance of developing cervical cancer if they are carriers of the risky types of the virus.
If you’ve had intimate encounters that were potentially exposed to the virus, it is recommended to be checked. It is recommended to wait sometime after exposure before having a test so that the amount of viral infection (amount of virus present in your body) is high enough to be detected in the test.
This testing kit for home use comes with a leaflet of information that contains specific instructions on how to collect the sample and then post it.
The process will take just a few minutes. It involves inserting the swab inside your vagina take the specimen for testing.
After taking the sample, you need to seal it and place it in the package with postage and then send it to our laboratory partner. Your results should be completed within 1-3 business days from the laboratory receiving the sample.
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Cervical cancer screening is known to reduce the cervical cancer rate among women. Cervical cancer cases have been declining since 1975 due to the Pap test. Screening with high-risk variant tests (like the DNA test or mRNA test) further supported this downward trend when it became a recommended screening option by public health organizations in 2003.
The Pap test and screening tests for high-risk strains offer a chance to catch cervical cancer early and seek treatment.
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