Test Yourself at Home for HIV
No blood, no needles, just results in 20 minutes
The preferred oral swab HIV self test, used by millions around the world
From Invitech - supplying the NHS since 2008
Over 99% Accurate Oral HIV Self Test
Our revolutionary OraQuick oral HIV self test kit provides over 99% accurate results! This reliable and
innovative method for HIV testing is great for home testing, providing rapid
and accurate results. Looking for efficient and easy ways to test for HIV?
You’ve come to the right place!
Results Within 20 Minutes!
The OraQuick HIV self test
kits are confidential and do not require any appointments or waiting
times. Why go to a clinic and waste time standing in long queues around other
people when you can get tested for HIV at home, confidentially?
HIV Testing on Your Terms
The OraQuick HIV home self test kit is quick and easy to use. In just three simple steps you can get accurate HIV test results within 20 minutes! Additionally, our rapid and accurate HIV test kits are BLOOD FREE. The HIV kit only requires a painless swab of the gums, no needles necessary. The results for HIV antibodies are then easy to read with our straightforward test interpretation.
How to Use?
Results in 3 Easy Steps
The HIV home test kit was specifically designed for ease of use. It’s a simple 3 step process, which only requires a swab of your gums to provide you with accurate and rapid HIV test results. This means that no needles or blood are required, just a swab of your gums and you will get your HIV results in as little as 20 minutes.
We’re Here For You!
Worried about your HIV self
test results? Questions about HIV self testing, HIV or AIDS? Reach out to
the NHS Sexual Health helpline: 0300 123 7123.
For comprehensive guidance on testing instructions and interpreting OraQuick HIV Self-Test test results, refer to the directions provided with your in-home kit. Post-exposure detection of HIV may take up to three months, known as the window period, in which antibodies to the virus are developed. Testing during the window period may produce negative results. With a positive result and if the results are inconclusive, seek additional testing in a medical setting.