55€ – 170€
If only 14 days have passed since the risk contact, you can do the hepatitis C test through PCR method and if 3 months have passed since the risk contact, you can do the hepatitis C antibody test.
Select the HCV test you want to do. After purchasing the test, we will send you a referral slip to do the blood extraction at the chosen laboratory. The sample will be sent to Open House in 24-72 hours and we will email you the results 2 hours or maximum 24 hours after receiving the sample.
Open House Guarantee: in case of a positive result, you will get free advice with our specialist doctors by phone.
Please read carefully the product description and the additional information before purchasing the hepatitis C tests.
If only 14 days have passed since the risk contact, you can do the hepatitis C test through PCR method. This is the first test you can perform. The test searches for the genetic material of the virus. The detection rate of this technique is around 99% and false positives have not occurred yet. If 3 months have passed since the risk contact, you can do the hepatitis C antibody test. This test is recommended when a direct blood-to-blood contact has occurred, either during sex or in other type of activities. The test looks for the answer of our body to the hepatitis C virus (antibodies). The detection rate of this technique is 99.99% and the figure of false positives is 1/3000 tests.
This test is recommended when a direct blood-to-blood contact has taken place, either during sex or by sharing dispensers to take snorting drugs.
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