HIV Self-Screening Tests
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HIV Self-Screening Test Kits Delivered To Your Door

You can now order an HIV self-screening test kit online, and have it delivered to you.

The test will be delivered in unmarked packaging. Your details will be kept confidential.

Protect your partner, protect your family, protect your future.

Know Your Status.

What is an HIV self-test?

An HIV self-test offers you an accurate and private way to test for HIV in the comfort of your own home using an HIV self-test kit.

HIV self-testing does not provide a final diagnosis or result. Instead, it is a screening test that shows the presence of cells and antibodies in your blood which fight HIV. A self-test is accurate, but a positive test needs to be verified with another blood-based test (confirmatory test). This can be done at a laboratory or with your Healthcare Professional.

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How It Works

Watch this video to see how the test works.


Is HIV self-screening the right option for me ?

HIV self-screening is one of the ways you can find out your HIV status. For some people, self-screening is a more comfortable option.

  • You can test when you want to test – at any time of the day or night.
  • You can test where you want to test – alone or with friend, partner, relative or health care provider.

Why should I self-test for HIV ?

Testing yourself for HIV is important for your relationships, your life and your future.

  • Self-testing is one of the ways that you can get to know your status.
  • Knowing your status means you can keep yourself and your sexual partners healthy.
  • Early diagnosis means you can act fast to ensure a long, healthy life.

What should I do if I test positive ?

If you have a positive result you need to have another test done by a health care provider to confirm the result.

If you are positive, you can access life-saving HIV treatment to prolong your life.

What should I do if I test negative ?

If you have a negative test, you could have been exposed to HIV in the 12 weeks prior to this HIV self-testing i.e. you may be in the window period. Therefore, it is important to repeat the test in 12 weeks.

If you test negative, stay negative through:

  • practising safe sex and using a condom
  • staying faithful to one partner
  • going for circumcision if you are a male.

Can my child use the HIV self-test kit ?

Assisted HIV self-screening is recommended for children between the ages of 12 and 17 years. It is also recommended that testing of children below 12 years of age be done at a health care facility.

I’m worried I have been exposed to HIV within the past 72 hours, can I still use the HIV self-screening kit ?

Yes, however, it can take up to 12 weeks to detect HIV after exposure. You need to visit your health care provider as soon as possible, where you may be able to access a course of Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and have a blood sample taken to the laboratory for specialised testing.

When will delivery take place ?

Delivery will be during office hours (09:00am to 16:00am), Monday to Friday.

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