Express STD Testing Now Offering Accurate HIV Antibody Testing

HIV testing has always been a daunting task for many people. However, Express STD testing is now offering anonymous testing. The HIV antibody testing is confidential and accurate.

According to the site, “Our testing centers use a highly accurate test. This test screens for antibodies produced by the body to combat HIV type 1 and HIV type 2. The test also detects HIV antigens which are proteins that make the virus. This test is important since these antigens are high in the body in the few weeks after infection. A routine HIV test is important because the virus takes years before showing any signs or symptoms. This means you can have the infection and not know it for a long period. Our testing centers provide accurate test results that are approved by the FDA. These 4th generation HIV antibody tests are 99.7 to 100% specificity and 100% sensitivity.

The site also explained what the test is all about, “To get accurate results from a HIV antibody test, you will have to wait for 2 to 3 weeks after potential exposure. Within this time, most infected people will have developed antibodies to fight the virus. It is a good idea to test after 3 months for result confirmation. If you are concerned that you might have been exposed and cannot wait, you might benefit from the HIV RNA early detection test which will detect the HIV genetic material within 9 to 11 days. Right now is the best time to get tested for HIV. If you have recently engaged in illicit drug injection or had unprotected sex, it is important to get a HIV test. Knowing your status is taking control of your sexual health. It’s also a good idea to take the comprehensive STD test that covers 10 common sexually transmitted diseases.”

For more information about HIV antibody testing, visit Express STD Testing.

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For more information about Express STD Testing, contact the company here:

Express STD Testing
Jack Lombardi
(800)597-1089
press@expressSTDtesting.com

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