1. EZ-TRUST™ Rapid Anti-HIV (1&2) Test
Why and who should test for HIV?HIV is a virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). Anyone can be at risk. Most infected people do not know their HIV status as they look and feel well. Most common routes of infection are:
When should I test?If you have a reason to suspect a possible infection of yourself or your sexual partner(s), it is wise to take a test. We advise you to wait 3 months before you do a test because although most people will manifest antibody levels within 30 days, a significant percentage do not show these antibodies until about 90 days. The National CDC has said that in some rare cases, it may even take up to six months for one to be tested positive. At this point, the results will be 99.9% accurate. We recommend you do 2 tests 30 days apart.
What if I am tested positive?If you are tested positive, please consult your doctor immediately.
What is EZ-TRUST used for?*EZ-TRUST HIV Home Test will give the user a private, sensible, quick and accurate rapid test results in 10 minutes to ascertain if the user is infected with HIV virus. It is an aid only to identify infected individuals.
*Please note that the Test Kit is an aid only to identify individual at this point of time. Doctors advise that the typical period of time between first contact and a postive test indication is about 90 days.
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2. EZ-TP Syphilis Rapid Test Kit
Syphilis is passed from person to person through direct contact with a syphilis sore. Sores occur mainly on the external genitals, vagina, anus, or in the rectum. Sores also can occur on the lips and in the mouth.
SYMPTOMS OF SYPHILIS INFECTION Many people infected with syphilis don't get any symptoms, except the primary stage chancre, until they enter the last stage of the disease. Although transmission occurs from persons with sores who are in the primary or secondary stage, many of these sores are unrecognized. Thus, transmission may occur from persons who are unaware of their infection.
Primary stage symptoms:
Secondary stage symptoms:
The symptom for the first stage usually occur within 10 to 90 days after infection, symptoms for the late stage can occur after 10 to 20 years
When performing the HIV test, the steps involved must be followed closely, If there has been a possible exposure to infected blood, and the person tested negative for HIV, the test must be repeated in 90 days. It is imperative that a positive HIV test result be followed by a Western Blot or PCR test performed by a doctor or clinic to confirm if you are indeed HIV positive. Since NO test, nor test kit is infallible, it is best to confirm test results by using a licensed medical testing facility. For one time usage only.