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HIV Test & STD Testing - At Home Blood Test Diagnosis at Best Price

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HIV (1)
  • HIV - I & II Elisa
STD (9)
  • Anti Hepatitis C Virus (Anti HCV) - Total
  • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HbSAg)
  • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgG
  • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgM
  • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgG
  • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgM
  • Treponema Pallidium Antibody (TPAB)
  • Treponema Pallidium Haemagglutination (TPHA)
  • VDRL (screening for Syphillis)

Sample Requried: Blood
Test Mode: At Home
Turn Around Time: Partial Report 24-48 Hours, Full Report 7 days
Fasting Time: None
Other Instructions: None


About the Complete HIV & STD Test 

The comprehensive HIV & STD panel tests for the presence of sexually transmitted diseases in the body. The STD & HIV test checks for HIV - I & II through ELISA testing, and 9 STD types for a comprehensive analysis on the risk factor for these sexually transmitted diseases. HIV testing can be done through the test, giving you a complete report of the presence of the disease and your risk factors.

You can get an HIV test at-home through the HIV & STD panel in India, with a partial report generated quickly within 24-48 hours. This gives you a faster assessment of the presence of the disease so that you can initiate treatment. A complete report is generated within 7 days, which will contain detailed information about the types of STDs you may have.

You can get our HIV tests across major cities in India. Our testing coverage includes Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Chandigarh. You can easily order an at-home test in these cities and get your report delivered directly to your email address.

Tests included in the complete HIV & STD panel

The following tests are provided within the at-home HIV & STD test in India. You can place an order through our website and get access to convenience through at-home blood sample collection.

  • HIV I & II - ELISA testing

  • Anti Hepatitis C Virus (Anti HCV) - Total

  • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HbSAg) 

  • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgG

  • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgM

  • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgG

  • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgM

  • Treponema Pallidium Antibody (TPAB)

  • Treponema Pallidium Haemagglutination (TP

  • VDRL (screening for Syphillis) 

Knowing more about HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)

HIV is a virus that breaks down immune cells in the body, thereby weakening it significantly. An individual with HIV is then susceptible to a range of infections and diseases, which can further impact their immune system. The best approach is to get tested immediately and start with medication right away.

In the later stages of HIV, the person may develop AIDS which is acquired immune deficiency syndrome. In this stage the person's immune system is significantly compromised. While there is no known cure for AIDS, strict adherence to ARVs (antiretroviral regimens can dramatically slow the progression of the disease.

Common STI and STD other than HIV/AIDS

Some of the most common STDs and STIs are:

  • Chlamydia

  • Genital herpes

  • Genital warts or human papillomavirus (HPV). Certain high-risk types of HPV can cause cervical cancer in women

  • Gonorrhoea

  • Hepatitis B

  • Syphilis

  • Trichomoniasis 


    STD and HIV

    What are the Main Causes of HIV

    HIV infections are caused by the human immunodeficiency virus. You can get HIV from contact with infected blood, semen, or vaginal fluids.

    • Most people get the virus by having unprotected sex with someone living with HIV.
    • Another common way of getting it is by sharing drug needles with someone who is infected with HIV.
    • The virus can also be passed from a mother to her baby during pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding

    HIV doesn't survive well outside the body. So it can't be spread by casual contact

    like kissing or sharing drinking glasses with an infected person.

    What are the symptoms of HIV

    HIV may not cause symptoms early on. People who do have symptoms may mistake them for the flu Common early symptoms include:

    • Fever
    • Sore throat
    • Headache
    • Muscle aches and joint pain
    • Swollen glands (swollen lymph nodes)
    • Skin rash

    The early symptoms usually go away within 2 to 3 weeks.

    After the early symptoms go away, an infected person may not have symptoms again for many years. After a certain point, symptoms reappear and then remain. These symptoms usually include:

    • Swollen lymph nodes
    • Extreme tiredness
    • Weight loss
    • Fever
    • Night sweats

    What is STD testing?

    Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) can be tested with the help of a blood sample and urine tests, as recommended by the CDC. HIV being one of the many STDs can be tested via an at home blood test offered by MyDiagnostics. This safe, home based test for common STDs and STIs except HIV as well, like chlamydia, genital warts, syphilis, herpes etc.

    STD testing in India is critical if you are at higher risk of contracting different diseases. Your immune system can be compromised if you haven't tested for STDs, as they can progress and spread to your partner. It is good to get a complete STD test done if you are also entering a new relationship or courtship, so that you're both protected from any potential diseases.

    Why is testing for STDs regularly important?

    Some of the main reasons why STD testing is important are as follows -

    Testing for exposure risk

    Regardless of if you know that you have an STD, a test can help you understand your risk exposure. If you have previously been in contact with someone who has tested positive, then it is right to get tested immediately to analyse your risk profile.

    Spreading of STD to partner

    Whether you are in a monogamous relationship or have multiple partners, speaking to your partner is important. You should also know your STD status so that you can track it to ensure that you don't accidently spread it to your partner.

    Escalation of disease/secondary conditions

    Untreated STDs can lead to worse conditions, especially as it relates to your sexual health. Sex organs can be immediately affected, with HPV being a critical cause of cervical cancer and sexual health deterioration.

    Critical for long-term sexual health

    You should also get tested to ensure that you can have a normal sexual life long-term. Treating an STD is simplified with the right medication and treatment protocols. You can continue to have a safe and normal sexual life experience when you manage your disease effectively.

    Preventing unknown spreading

    You should also get STD tested as a precaution if you have multiple partners. This can help prevent unknown spreading, and risk of future medical or other issues from partners that may have contracted a disease from you.

    Can STD testing be done through urine?

    A variety of testing can be prescribed such as urine or blood, physical examination, swab test as suggested by the doctor. It is ideal to get tested via blood tests, so that you are able to get complete and accurate results. Blood tests are also more reliable and can be shared with doctors to get their opinion.

    Are STD testing considered preventive care?

    Testing for STDs and HIV fall under preventive care.

    Does STD testing include hepatitis as well?

    Yes, this STD home based test also includes a test for hepatitis B and C. These tests are scientifically designed to provide a complete detection kit for any risk factors relating to STDs. 

    How do I reduce my risk of contracting an STD?

    By always using protection during intercourse, you can significantly reduce your risk of contracting an STD. You should also insist on an STD panel test when you are with a partner or multiple partners. You can also get tested for STDs regularly and get the right treatment if you test positive for an STD.

    How can I prevent spreading an STD to other people?

    The right strategy is to get tested for STDs regularly. If you are concerned about spreading STDs to others then using protection in the form of contraceptives will be critical. It is also important to talk to your partner about your existing status of any STD you may have.

    You can buy STD test in India for at-home blood testing and get a report via email for complete privacy. You can consult with a specialist about the best ways to prevent spreading the disease to others through sexual intercourse. If you are allergic to latex, then getting a non-latex condom should also help reduce your risk of spreading an STD.

    What are the 3 types of tests for HIV?

    The three main types of tests for HIV are antibody testing, RNA viral load determination test, and an antibody-antigen test. You should get tested as soon as you start to experience symptoms and have been at risk of exposure.

    You can buy STD test in India through MyDiagnostics and benefit from at-home testing for maximum convenience. You also get your report quickly, which ensures that you're able to start treatment immediately.

    What do the results look like? How can I read the STD HIV test results?

    Results from laboratory tests are given as negative, positive or indeterminate.

    Rapid blood tests show two lines if positive or one line if negative, in a similar way as a pregnancy test 

    1. Negative or non-reactive means you are HIV negative. You do not have HIV

    2. Positive or reactive means the test shows you are HIV positive and you have HIV infection.

    3. Indeterminate means the test result was unclear and needs to be repeated.

    How soon can HIV be detected by a blood test?

    There are 3 types of HIV tests through which people can get tested for HIV -

    1. Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) - A NAT can usually tell you if you have HIV infection 10 to 33 days after exposure

    2. Antigen/Antibody Test— This test can detect HIV infection 18 to 45 days after exposure. This is a type of blood test.

    3. Antibody Test—An antibody test can take 23 to 90 days to detect HIV infection after an exposure. Antibody tests that use blood from a vein detect HIV sooner after infection than tests done with blood from a finger prick or with oral fluid.

    Can I buy STD HIV test in India for home testing?

    You can buy STD test in India through MyDiagnostics. You can get a complete assessment of your STD HIV risk when you buy the complete STD panel from our platform. You can also benefit from at home sample collection and testing in an NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) certified lab. You can get accurate information on your STD risk when you buy an STD test in India through MyDiagnostics.

    What is the cost of an HIV and STD home test in India?

    The STD and HIV test price in India is INR 3500. You can place an order on MyDiagnostics and get the right STD test cost anywhere in India. You can get a comprehensive assessment of the presence of HIV and 9 common STDs to know your risk factors medically.

    Your report is also emailed to you, which makes it more private to know your STD risk. You can buy STD and HIV test in India through MyDiagnostics and get clarity on whether you have a sexually transmitted disease.

    What does an STD test include?

    This test offered by MyDiagnostics offers STD testing across 9 parameters -

    • Anti Hepatitis C Virus (Anti HCV) - Total

    • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HbSAg) 

    • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgG

    • Anti Chlamydia Antibody IgM

    • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgG

    • Herpes Simplex Virus II (HSV) - IgM

    • Treponema Pallidium Antibody (TPAB)

    • Treponema Pallidium Haemagglutination (TP

    • VDRL (screening for Syphillis)

      • HIV and STD home based blood tests can detect types of common Sexually Transmitted Diseases such as Chlamydia, genital herpes, treponema, Syphilis, HIV.

      • This test is for any individual that may be at higher risk of contracting an STD.

      • It is also ideal for anyone managing an STD or HIV to know their risk factors through regular testing.

      • Certain STD infections can cause long - term health problems like infertility but can be treated easily.

      • Avoid consuming alcohol 24-48 hours before the blood test