HIV-test-kit.com is a new site aimed at allowing people a way to test themselves for H.I.V. from the comfort and privacy of their own home, an important consideration when discretion is an issue. It is hoped that through home tests more people will be tested, helping the containment of the AIDS virus.
New York (PRWEB) October 8, 2008 -- In the internet age, people are getting more used to getting instant results from a variety of things, all from the privacy of their own homes. This may range from shopping online, to health care and pharmaceuticals. The new H.I.V. test kit from http://hiv-test-kit.net is the latest development of this trend. For many, getting tested for H.I.V. is a commonplace thing done every few months. However, for others, discretion is a main concern, as well as the embarrassment that goes with getting tested. Indeed, such a chore is getting tested that people often put it off, with disastrous results.
Now, using the new HIV test kit people can get tested discreetly and privately in the safety and comfort of their own homes. The test has been proven by the FDA to be 99.98 per cent accurate, and is the same test used in testing sites and hospitals around the globe, but specially designed for easy and safe home use.
If you think that you have been exposed to the HIV virus, it is important to get tested right away. There is no substitute for a full doctor's examination, but if you need fast results, then the HIV test kit from http://hiv-test-kit.net is the perfect solution for you.
The Aids test kit is easy and simple to use. Using the easy retractable lancet provided, prick your fingertip and take a blood sample. You only need enough blood to fill a marker the size of a dime. Place the drops of blood on the blood specimen card included in the kit, and it is as easy as that.
In countries where AIDS testing is not free, home tests are a cost-effective way to maintain and monitor your health. Easy, confidential and quick, the HIV home test kit from http://hiv-test-kit.net is the safest, most reliable way to be tested. However, people with positive results must follow up the test for further testing.
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