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Women's safety package is special package for women. This package includes HPV test, HIV test and Hepatitis B&C test. Book this STD test online in India at best price with 100% confidentiality and accurate results.

FAQ's for Women's Safety Package testing

What are the tests need to be taken for Women's Safety Package testing?

HPV Test, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV test, PCR RNA Test. HPV testing is PCR testing and should only be used for cervical screening.

Whether this test to be carried in the blood sample or urine sample?


What is the window period for this test to be taken?

This test should be done on genital lesions.

Is there any chance that the person will develop the disease in future if the result is negative and do they need to repeat the test again after some time?

Repeat if in window period and ongoing risk of acquiring infection

What is HPV?

HPV is an abbreviation for Human Papilloma Virus. It is a viral infection and it can even be transferred from person to person by skin contact. A study found that there are more than 100 types of HPV and more than 40 of it is transferred via sexual intercourse. This HPV virus can affect the genitals, throat or mouth. HPV is considered as the most common STD. HPV is more common in people who are sexually active, no matter even if they have few sexual partners.

What causes HPV?

The genital HPV is caused by unprotected sexual intercourse, even unprotected oral and anal sex can also cause HPV. Remember that HPV is not only caused by sexual intercourse. It can also spread to another person from an infected person through skin to skin contact. During pregnancy, the infected mother can pass on the virus to her newborn baby. When a child contracts HPV from the infected mother, the baby might develop a condition called Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis. This condition will cause warts in the newborn baby's throat or airways.

HPV Symptoms

HPV often doesn't cause any symptoms or health-related issues. In fact, nine out of ten time HPV will be cured on it's own within two years. But when the virus remains in the body even after two years, it could cause fatal health issue which can be identified by warts in the genital area and throat. HPV is also capable of causing cervical cancer and other cancer in genitals, neck, throat and head.

HPV symptoms in Men

1. Genital Wars
2. Unusual Bumps on the penis, anus or scrotum
3. Penile, Anal or Throat cancer

HPV Symptoms in Women

1. Genital warts ( Can also appear inside the vagina)
2. In or around the anus
3. On the cervix or vulva
4. Unusual Bumps in the vicinity of the genital area.
5. Cervical, Throat cancer.

HPV Test

HPV test is different for men and women.

HPV test for Men

To diagnose the HPV virus in men, the infected person requires mundane screening of anal, throat or penile cancer. In few cases, the penile and anal Pap test performed for men to check the possibility of cancer in the respective regions.

HPV test for Women

To diagnose the HPV virus in women, regular Pap test is recommended lately. This test will help to determine the possibility of cervical cancer or other HPV related problems. This swab test must be retested every three years for women who are 21 - 29 years old and five years for women who are 30 - 65 years old. HPV DNA test is also done along with the Pap test.

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a viral infection which is caused by the Hepatitis B virus (HBV). It is a liver inflammatory infection which may be chronic for some people. Hepatitis will increase the risk of liver cancer or failure and cirrhosis (Scarring of the liver). Most adults recover fully from Hepatitis B no matter how severe the infection is. Hepatitis B turns out to be chronic for infants and children. Hepatitis is not a curable disease but it can be controlled with a certain vaccine. This infection is detected by the test called Hepatitis B surface Antigen (HBsAg). Hepatitis B surface Antigen test will look for the Hepatitis B virus (HBV) in the infected person's blood.

Hepatitis B Symptoms

The window period for the Hepatitis B virus to take effect is from one to four months. The symptoms could be mild to severe. The Hepatitis B symptoms are as follows

1. Change in the colour of the skin and eyes (Yellow)
2. Tiredness
3. Fatigue
4. Vomiting and Nausea
5. Loss of appetite
6. Pain in joints and abdomen
7. Fever
8. Dark Urine

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a viral infection which is caused by the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV). It is also a liver inflammatory infection. Hepatitis C could either be chronic or acute. But Hepatitis C has no vaccine to control it and it is highly contagious. So, even if you have a very little doubt about having a Hepatitis C, then don't be lackadaisical or hesitant to consult the doctor. Usually, Hepatitis C is diagnosed with some series of blood tests which will measure the amount Hepatitis C virus (HCV). The Genotype test can also be done to determine the Hepatitis C genotypes which will help to determine which type of treatment is best suited. If the infection is detected behind schedule and the liver is damaged by the HCV, then the infected person will have to take a liver function test to diagnose the blood for signs of enzymes from the liver. There is one more test to diagnose those enzymes and it is known as Liver Biopsy. This test involves cutting the very small amount of liver tissues and diagnosing for the potential abnormalities associated with Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C symptoms

The CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says that almost 80% of the HCV infected people never showed any symptoms until its late. Be that as it may, some people have symptoms ranging from mild to severe.

1. Jaundice
2. Pain in the joints and Abdomen
3. Fever
3. Dark Urine
4. Loss of appetite

HIV test - PCR RNA Test

PCR RNA is one of the most recently developed HIV test. The HIV virus in the blood of the infected person will attack the RNA, unlike other viruses that attack the DNA. The HIV virus present in the blood will force and insert itself into the RNA and then it will replicate. If a person suspects HIV infection, then it is suggested to take PCR RNA HIV test a week after sexual intercourse. This HIV test will look for the infected RNA instead of antibodies and antigens. Even if the test results in negative, it is highly recommended to retake this HIV test after 28 days to rule out HIV. PCR RNA HIV test is regarded as the best test to detect HIV at a very early stage.

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