MeetPositives.com has announced that they are offering at home STD test kits. This website is considered to be a top STD dating site where it is possible to meet positive singles and get community support. In line with their goal of providing support to STD positive people, they are now offering STD test kits that allow people to have the test performed at home and avoid the embarrassment or stigma that usually comes with the testing process.
Jack Lombardi, owner of MeetPositives.com, says, “According to reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are 20 million new STD cases every year. Infections are known to extend for some time and in most cases, the infected person does not realize they have the STD until severe symptoms start showing up. This is why it is important to get tested regularly especially if you are at risk of infection. That is why we have made available various kinds of STD test kits are designed for doing the tests in the privacy of the home.”
The discrete at home STD test kits that have been made available include the HPV Home Test, Hepatitis C Home Test, HIV Home Test, Chlamydia Home Test, Gonorrhea Home Test, Trichomoniasis Home Test, Syphilis Home Test, Herpes Home Test. The HPV Home Test is for detecting human papillomavirus, which is a sexually transmitted virus that can cause chronic infections and warts. Some strains of HPV may cause cancer if left untreated. The test kit will detect the presence of HPV and identify the strain of HPV that is present.
The HIV Home Test is for detecting a viral infection that targets the human immune system. Because the virus attacks immune system cells, the person’s immune system is unable to fight diseases and infections that it was able to do previously without medication. Because there are no symptoms of HIV infection in its early stages, testing is the only way to find out if it is present in an individual. Early detection is vital in order to prevent the HIV infection into progressing into AIDS, which is much harder to manage.
STD testing is recommended because most STDs are treatable. Once an infection has been detected, the concerned individual can immediately get into a treatment plan. Early detection is always important because it is easier to treat the disease during the early stages. If left untreated for long periods, the STD can get complicated and it becomes almost impossible to reverse the damage that it has caused. STD testing is also advisable because there are a number of STDs without noticeable symptoms. There is no easy way to tell if a person has an STD just by looking at him or her.
At home STD test kits are often used by people who are too busy or too embarrassed to go to an STD test clinic. With the test kit, an individual is able to collect a sample at home, in private. There is no need to visit a clinic or doctor’s office. The sample collection kits are delivered through the mail, which means that getting them will not affect a person’s busy schedule.
The home testing process is simple and straightforward. The test kits will either be a vaginal swab, urine collection kit, or pin-prick blood sample collection kit, depending on the type of STD to be tested for. The sample is then sent to the lab using a prepaid postage box that is included with the package. After about five business days, an email is sent to the customer indicating where to view the test results online.
Meet Positives was founded for people who have tested positive for STD to allow them to meet other STD positive people and possibly go on a date with one of them. The site is designed to help positive singles avoid the embarrassment and possible rejection when informing a potential mate regarding their condition.
Those who want to learn more about Meet Positives and the at home STD test kits can visit the MeetPositives.com website, or contact them on the phone or through email.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
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