The OraQuick HIV Self-Test is a private, and accurate way to test for HIV in your own home. It is the same test preferred by many public health professionals.

 The OraQuick test uses oral fluid to check for HIV-1 and HIV-2. It can give you results in about 20 minutes, and if you follow the instructions carefully the OraQuick oral fluid test can detect 91.7 percent of people who are infected with HIV, and 99.9 percent of people who are not infected with HIV. Because the test is a "screening" test, it is always advised to have a second test to confirm your results.

 The OraQuick test should only be used to test for HIV, and should not be used for other purposes. If you need to be tested for pregnancy or for a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or other infection, please contact your doctor or healthcare provider. He or she can help you get tested.

Warnings & Precautions

A positive result with this test does not mean that you are definitely infected with HIV, but rather that additional testing should be done in a medical setting.

A negative result with this test does not mean that you are definitely not infected with HIV, particularly when exposure may have been within the previous 3 months.
If your test is negative and you engage in activities that put you at risk for HIV on a regular basis, you should test regularly.

This product should not be used to make decisions on behavior that may put you at increased risk for HIV.

If eligible for an HIV Self-Test, you will receive the kit via USPS First Class Mail. If ineligible to receive an In-Home HIV test, you will receive a determination notice via email.

Free HIV Self-Tests are provided in collaboration with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s HIV, STD and Hepatitis      Section

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