Blood profile test is a self – collection kit which includes blood collection sample. Blood profile test allows you to know your health status and it’s very important to do it at least once a year but if you have multiple sexual partners every three months Blood profile test could be necessary. Blood profile includes test for:
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis C
- 5th Generation HIV
Here at raTrust you can make your test confidentially in convenient for you place and time.
What is included in the Blood profile Test Kit?
Your Blood profile Test Kit will contain blood collection sample, form where you will need to put your details and prepaid envelope. From now all you need to do is to place your sample into letter box, we will do the rest.
How will I take a sample?
Your Blood profile test will require blood sample from your finger. Please do not worry it’s not painful! All instructions will be delivered with your self – collection kit.
When I will know the results?
From the time when our laboratory will receive your sample, you will be able to know your results in just 1 – 3 days!
The test for Blood profile is simple and, despite what someone may tell you, almost painless. If you test positive for Blood profile – please don’t panic, raTrust specialists will help you.
Why I need to get tested?
Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis B and C are common STIs in the UK but in the past decade number of new infections has risen. In 2016 more than 330,000 people were diagnosed and even bigger group don’t know they could have it. Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis B and C can lead to irreversible damages to your body and health. We recommend you to do a Blood profile test at least once a year even if you are in a stable relationship. If you are sexually active is very important to check yourself each time you are changing partner. STIs are also spreading by blood so if you had a contact with it you need to get tested too. It’s essential to know your status so please do not be scared. If your result will be positive, we will help you!
What are the facts?
In 2016 more than 330,000 were tested positive for Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis B and C in England.