The self-collection HPV test is validated, using a CE marked sample collector device for vaginal cell collection. This sample is then sent to the medically-led laboratory for processing for 14 high risk HPV DNA subtypes (individual reporting of subtypes 16 and 18 and also gives a collective result for the other high risk subtypes: 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68). The HPV self-test enables you to take a sample in confidence, at a place and time convenient for you.
What is included in the HPV test kit?
Your HPV test will include:
- Qvintip self sampling wand
- Protective packing wallet
- Request form
- Prepaid envelope
Your parcel will be small and discreet, and no one will know what is inside. After you’ve taken the sample, all you need to do is post it to us and we’ll do the rest.
How do I take a sample?
Your HPV test will require a vaginal swab sample. Don’t worry: your self-test kit contains full instructions.
When I will know the results?
You’ll know your results within 2-5 days of our laboratory receiving your sample.
Your test will report:
- Individual for subtypes 16 and 18
- Collective for subtypes: 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68
The test for HPV is simple and, despite what you may have heard, painless. If you test positive for HPV, please don’t panic. raTrust specialists will help you.
Why do I need to get tested?
Unfortunately in most cases, the HPV is harmless and causes no symptoms and that’s why it is so important that it is tested for regularly, every year at a minimum. It’s essential to know the state of your health, because persistent presence of high-risk types of HPV can cause cervical lesions which over time may develop into cancer if untreated. Testing for HPV determines the presence, or absence, of HPV and will determine CIN and cervical cancer. Don’t wait until it’s too late and please don’t be scared – if your result comes up positive, we will help you!
What are the facts?
- In 2016, 62,721 people were tested positive for HPV in England
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the primary cause of nearly all cervical cancer
- Around 3,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year
- The HPV test: the test that helps you check your risk of cervical cancer at an early stage
- In some cases the self-collected HPV samples are more accurate than healthworker samples
Find out more about Human Papillomavirus (HPV):
How much does the HPV test cost in other shops?
- £44.95 – raTrust Shop
- £48.00 – Superdrug Online Doctor (onlinedoctor.superdrug.com)
- £49.99 – DrEd (dred.com)
- £49.99 – Test Me (test.me)
- £59.95 – The STI Clinic (thesticlinic.com)
- £59.95 – The GUM Clinic (thegumclinic.com)
- £74.00 – Testd (testd.com)
- unavailable – RU Clear (ruclear.co.uk)
- unavailable – Freedoms Shop (freedoms-shop.com)
- unavailable – Health Monthly (healthmonthly.co.uk)
- unavailable – Health Check Shop (healthcheckshop.co.uk)
- unavailable – Lloyds Pharmacy (onlinedoctor.lloydspharmacy.com)
- unavailable – Nationwide Pharmacies (nationwidepharmacies.co.uk)
*Prices updated on 28.09.2017 (including postage and packaging).
Don’t wait until it’s too late – order your HPV Test Today.
Francesca: I was wondering if I order a kit, what type of result I will get? I mean, i know that I do have HPV 16 and I’ve already done the test 2 times in Moscow, Russia. My gynaecologist advised me to have it 3 times per year. First time I had a high risk (5,44 Lg) and second time after 3 months (1 month of treatment) i came to low risk of displasia 0.03 conventional units (1,3×10*3). So my question is will your test provide me a numbers in order to understand my risk level?
The reason that your gynaecologist has asked you to repeat your test is that it is important to keep an eye on HPV infection that does not resolve itself immunologically.
We report as DETECTED or NOT DETECTED. The goal is for your Type 16 to become NOT DETECTED. It really doesn’t matter what the level is – you need to see that you no longer have presence of HPV DNA Type 16, or any other type.
Sheila: I’m menopausal and have some spotting just now. I can’t predict when it will stop. If I test while I’m spotting, will it void the validity of the result?
Spotting will not void validity of the results.