EverlyWell – Male at-Home STD Test – Discreetly Test for 7 Common STDs (Not Available in RI, NJ, NY, and MD)

September 27, 2019 - Comment

Check for 7 Sexually Transmitted Infections that could harm you if left undiagnosed, all from the privacy of home. If positive results are detected, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with our independent physician network and may receive treatment. Product Features KITS NOT PERMITTED: For use in MD, New York, NJ, RI. Test Taker must

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Check for 7 Sexually Transmitted Infections that could harm you if left undiagnosed, all from the privacy of home. If positive results are detected, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with our independent physician network and may receive treatment.

Product Features

  • KITS NOT PERMITTED: For use in MD, New York, NJ, RI. Test Taker must be 18+
  • AT-HOME TEST: Check for 7 Sexually Transmitted Infections that could harm you if left undiagnosed, all from the privacy of home.
  • MEASURES: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis C, Herpes Type 2, HIV, Syphilis & Trichomoniasis
  • CERTIFIED, TOP QUALITY: Tests are reviewed and approved by an independent board-certified physician within your state, labs are CLIA-certified (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments).
  • SAMPLE COLLECTION: Only a few drops of blood and a urine sample are needed.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Get a lab test instead, it’s faster and more comprehensive I’d recommend getting a lab test instead. I used stdcheck.com after purchasing this product because I didn’t want to wait for results and they test for additional diseases. They have a 10 test package for the same price as the 7 tests this kit includes. Also, there is a lot of hassle collecting the specimens with this kit, but at the lab they can draw your blood in a few minutes and the urine collection is also a little easier. The lab service was extremely fast, about 48 hours from ordering to…

Anonymous says:

Easy, got my results in five days The hardest part of the test was doing the finger jab, but that was actually pretty easy – snap off an end and press. It pokes you and withdraws the needle fast so it really doesn’t hurt much. Then you put drops on a card, and pee in a cup, and mail the samples in. Pretty much exactly what a doctor does, without dealing with a visit, and not having to schedule a followup to have him tell you the exact same thing you can read on a web page.

Anonymous says:

Slow turnaround on test results It’s been 12 days since I’ve submitted my test and still no results. There are other at home testing methods that are cheaper and faster.

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