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​Knowing your HIV status is easy with us. We offer the FDA approved HIV RNA Test that can detect the acute HIV infection 9-11 days post exposure. 

If you believe that you have been recently exposed to the HIV infection, the HIV RNA Early Detection Test is for you.​ Don't let the HIV take over you. Get tested today.

 

The HIV Early Detection Test

You should take the HIV RNA Test if you’ve recently had an unprotected sex and you think you may have been exposed to the HIV Virus.

The HIV RNA Test can detect acute (new) HIV infection after 9-11 days of exposure. Also known as the HIV Early Detection test or RNA Tests, the HIV RNA Test detects the HIV virus directly in your blood as soon the virus starts appearing.

HIV RNA Test

Doctor recommends this HIV Test over the antibody test because it has a shorter window period. It takes about 3 months to our body to produce enough antibodies that can be detected using an antibody test, but using the HIV RNA Test we can detect the infection as soon the virus appears in our blood i.e after 9 to 11 days.

If you think you have been exposed to the HIV virus recently, you can order your test online from our website and visit our test center near you to get tested. We have over 4000 testing centers across the United States and our HIV RNA Test is the only FDA-approved HIV Early Detection test available in the U.S.

The HIV RNA Test Process

Taking the HIV RNA Test is easy. It takes only 5 minutes and a blood sample of yours. Below are the 3 simple steps you should follow to get tested.

Choose A Test Center

Find and choose a test center near you with your area zip code.

Order Your Test Online

Make a payment for your test on our website. It is completely safe and secure. 

Visit The Test Center

Visit the test center you've chosen to give your blood sample.

Get Your Results

We will send you your results in 24 to 48 hours in your online account.

If your tests come back positive, you will get a free doctor consultation from us. You can call us and speak to one of our physicians.

Why Choose Us

  • 100% Confidential HIV Testing
  • FDA-Approved HIV Tests
  • 100% Satisfaction
  • 5 Minutes Testing Process
  • Over 4000 HIV Testing Locations
  • CLIA-Certified Labs
  • Results in 24 to 48 Hours
  • Same Day HIV Testing Available
  • Multiple Payment Options

Where to Get Tested for HIV?

We are the only company in the United States that offers FDA-Approved HIV RNA Test.

With over 4000 STD Testing centers, we’ve our presence in almost every location in the country.

To find one of our STD Testing centers near you, just enter your area zip code on our website and choose the test center where you want to get tested. After that, order test and visit the test center that you have chosen.

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How Much Does HIV RNA Test Cost?

It is quite affordable to take the HIV RNA Test. The test only cost $169. You can also include the panel test with the HIV RNA Test, it will test you for 10 more most common sexually transmitted diseases such as Herpes, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia Hepatitis A, B & C and HIV.

HIV RNA Test Window Period

Window period is the time between when you have exposed to a potential HIV infection and when a HIV test can detect the exposure accurately. Different HIV tests have different window periods. HIV RNA test has the shortest window period of 9-11 days.

How Accurate is the HIV RNA Test?

When it comes to HIV early detection, HIV RNA Test considered the most accurate HIV test available today. You can take the test after 9-11 days post-exposure.

Although your doctor may recommend taking the HIV antibody test after 3 months just to reassure the things.

Our body takes almost 3 months to develop enough antibodies that can be detected with an HIV antibody test that is why doctors recommend RNA Tests because they can detect the Virus directly in your bloodstream just 9-11 days post-exposure.

Why Should You Get Tested For HIV?

Here are some HIV facts that will give you a reason to get tested for HIV today.

  • More than 36.7 million people living with HIV/AIDS in the world.
  • Out of 36.7 million HIV infected people only 60% know their status and the remaining 40% still don’t know that they are infected.
  • In the year 2015, 2.1 million new cases of HIV were reported worldwide.
  • In the United States, about 1.2 million people are living with HIV and 1 in 8 of them doesn’t know about it.
  • Gay and bisexual men are the most affected by HIV.
  • 1 out of 4 HIV infected person is a women.
  • California, Maryland, Florida, New York, Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, North Carolina, and Georgia are the top 10 states that have the highest number of HIV cases.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get an HIV Infection?

Remember, HIV cannot spread easily. You get an HIV infection when certain body fluids like blood, vaginal fluids, semen, pre-seminal fluid, breast milk, or rectal fluids from an infected person enter to your body. This usually happens through sexual contact, and needle or syringe use.

When Should You Take an HIV RNA Early Detection Test?

You should take an HIV test if you have recently had an unprotected sex with someone whose status is unknown to you, Or you’re a sexually active person but haven’t tested in last one year.

It is also recommended that you should combine the HIV RNA Test with the panel test. It will help you get tested for 10 most common sexually transmitted diseases.

Stages of HIV

In many cases HIV don’t show any symptoms until it get worse, so it becomes very important to get tested to know if you’re a HIV positive or not. There are 3 stages of HIV.

1. Initial Stage (Acute Infection)

This is the first stage of HIV infection. During this stage some people notice HIV symptoms, such as swollen glands, fever, rash, muscle and joint aches and pains, sore throat and headache. This is called “acute retroviral syndrome”. During this stage a large amount of virus are produced in your body. During this stage, you are more likely to transfer the infection to your sexual or drug partner.

2. Chronic Stage (Clinical Latency Stage)

This is the next stage of HIV infection. This happens when the disease developed in your body without producing symptoms. During this stage people suffering from HIV experience no symptoms or very few symptoms. During this stage the production of the virus becomes slow but it still remains active in your body and keep weaken our immune system.

3. AIDS

AIDS is the last stage of HIV infection. This occurs when CD4+ cell counts drop below 200. As we know that AIDS is not treatable. People get AIDS after 10-15 years of initial HIV exposure. You get AIDS when your immune system badly damaged. Without treatment people in this stage can survive only 3 years.

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