Discreetly Test for HIV
- HIV (1&2)
HIV can infect anyone, regardless of age, race, or sexual orientation.
Pregnant women infected with HIV can pass the virus to their child during pregnancy. On average, nearly 40,000 individuals are diagnosed annually in the USA with HIV. The CDC estimates that just over one million people are living with HIV in America, but up to 14% do not know they are infected. For this reason, it is recommended that all individuals between ages 13-64 get tested for HIV during a routine exam, or more often as needed for various risk factors. Individuals at increased risk for becoming infected with HIV include people who engage in unprotected (no latex condom use) vaginal or anal sex, people who have another sexually transmitted infection, people with multiple sexual partners, people who use or share intravenous needles to inject drugs, uncircumcised men, or sexual contact with a known HIV positive partner.
The HIV test checks whether or not you test positive for HIV.
In the event that your test results are abnormal, an associate from our physician network will contact you directly to discuss your particular case as well as provide information on how to take the next steps to get treatment. We take customer privacy very seriously and will never share your information with a third-party with the exception of our partner labs and physician network. As is the case with all STD testing - whether through EverlyWell or your doctor – we may be required by law to report positive test results to certain state health departments. This is only done to track infection prevalence. In rare cases you may not receive a definitive result because of early infection or inadequate sampling and repeat testing is suggested. Don’t take a chance on your sexual health. Know where you stand with our HIV test.
- What Are STDs/STIs?
- Why should I get tested?
- What STDs does EverlyWell screen for?
- How frequently should I get tested?
- After possible exposure, how soon should I test for STDs?
- What are STD symptoms for men & women?
- Table of STD Symptoms
- Is my test really confidential?
- Can my partner and I both get tested?
- What are ways to reduce STD infection?
- Do I need to sign for my package when it arrives?
- If I test positive for an STD, what should I do?
- Who will have access to my results?
- How secure is your data?
- How do I test myself with EverlyWell’s at-home STD test?
- How to collect my urine sample for STD Testing
- Is the shipping and packaging discreet? How exactly?
- Why test at home instead of a local clinic?
- Can I contract the same STD multiple times?
- How many people have STDs?
- What is the difference between HIV & AIDS?
- What are the infection rates of the most common STDs?
- Prescription Availability By State
- Will my results vary from another lab?
- What are associated symptoms of the STDs we test for?
- How to collect a vaginal swab sample
- Insurance Coverage FAQ
- In which states can I purchase a kit?
- What biomarkers are included in each panel?
- How do I use HSA/FSA benefits to pay for EverlyWell?
- Is EverlyWell covered by insurance?
- How long does the testing process take?
- Should I share my results with my physician?
- When will my results be ready?
- How Does At-Home STD Testing Work?
- Are your tests available outside of the United States?
- Will you share these results with my doctor?
- What is the testing method for HSV2?