Orlando HPV Testing


Visit Orlando’s trusted laboratory for comprehensive HPV testing. Our facility ensures privacy and accuracy, using the latest technology for reliable results. Prioritize your health with our specialized and swift HPV screening services.  Specifically designed for discreet and accurate detection of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), this test helps in the early identification of high-risk HPV strains linked to cervical cancer. With a simple, pain-free swab method, get reliable results without the need for a clinic visit. Take control of your health and stay informed with our user-friendly and confidential HPV screening solution.  Our HPV Testing can be useful for detecting Cervical Cancer, Oropharyngeal cancers, Anal cancers, Penile cancer, Vaginal cancer, & Vulvar cancer

This non-invasive HPV testing detects High-Risk HPV types, such as HPV 16 & 18, that are associated with the development of Cervical Cancer

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Empower yourself with our advanced HPVing, a pivotal tool in proactive health management. This kit is meticulously designed for the detection of high-risk Human Papillomavirus (HPV) strains, which are often linked to cervical cancer. It’s a must-have for those seeking a private, convenient screening option.

What is Tested?

Our kit specifically targets the detection of high-risk HPV strains, including HPV 16 and 18, which are known to be the most common causes of cervical cancer.

  • HPV 16
  • HPV 18
  • Other High-Risk HPV: 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68

Sample Type

The test requires a simple, non-invasive swab sample and urine sample.  We can come to you. Just ask for Mobile Phlebotomy.   This method ensures both comfort and accuracy.

  • Urine Sample
  • Self Collected Vaginal Swab

Why should I order this test kit?

This test is ideal for anyone who is sexually active and especially recommended for individuals aged 30 and above. It’s a critical step for those who have not undergone regular Pap screenings or wish to have additional peace of mind regarding their HPV status.

  • Cervical cancer prevention is in the interest of all women.  Many “at-risk” women will miss detecting pre-cancerous cells or early cancer which is treatable and curable.
  • Participating in cervical cancer screening is key to early cancer detection

Who should get tested?

  • Guidelines may vary depending on the Medical organization but in general the gold-standard test will be a Pap smear.  Those under the age of 30 regardless of sexual history, or HPV vaccine should begin with a Pelvic exam and Cervical cytology (Pap test).
  • High-Risk HPV testing (This Test) may be suitable for women
    • Between the ages of 30-65
    • Normal immune system
    • No history of cervical cell abnormalities (CIN2 or higher)

Does it matter if I had the HPV vaccine?

  • The HPV vaccine has been instrumental in decreasing cervical cancer rates.  However, cervical cancer screening and recommendations for screening remain the same regardless of vaccine status

FAQs about HPV Testing

  • How often should I test for HPV? – It’s recommended to undergo HPV testing every 3 to 5 years, in conjunction with regular Pap tests, as per medical guidelines.
  • Can this test replace a Pap smear? – While this test is effective in detecting high-risk HPV strains, it does not replace a Pap smear. It’s an additional tool to complement cervical cancer screening.
  • Is the test kit easy to use? – Absolutely! Our kit comes with detailed instructions, ensuring an easy and straightforward testing process.
  • What should I do if I test positive for high-risk HPV? – A positive result should be followed up with a consultation from a healthcare provider for further evaluation and potential additional testing.
  • How does laboratory HPV testing compare to at-home HPV testing? – When comparing laboratory HPV testing to at-home HPV testing, there are several key factors to consider. Both methods utilize similar technology to detect the virus and are generally considered accurate. However, there are some differences to note. Firstly, sample collection methods differ between the two approaches. In a laboratory setting, a doctor collects the sample directly from the cervix using a brush, spatula, or scraper. On the other hand, at-home HPV testing involves using a self-collected sample of cells from the vagina. Secondly, the type of analysis that can be performed may vary. While both laboratory and at-home testing detect the genetic material of HPV, doctors often have more options when it comes to selecting the specific HPV test and genotyping. Another important distinction is that at-home HPV tests typically only detect high-risk strains of the HPV virus and cannot identify any abnormalities already present on the cervix. This is because comprehensive examinations like Pap smears cannot be performed at home. Consequently, the option for cotesting, which involves performing both an HPV test and Pap smear simultaneously, is not available without consulting a doctor. In summary, laboratory HPV testing and at-home HPV testing both employ similar technology and provide accurate results. However, there are differences in sample collection methods, the range of analysis options, and the ability to perform comprehensive cotesting.
  • What questions should I ask my doctor after at-home testing? – If you have undergone at-home HPV testing, it is important to discuss your test results and any concerns with your doctor. Here are some questions you may consider asking your doctor:
    • 1. Is at-home HPV testing appropriate for my situation? – It is important to assess if at-home HPV testing is a suitable option for your specific circumstances, taking into account factors such as your medical history, risk factors, and previous HPV testing.
    • 2. What should I do if my at-home HPV test result is positive? – If your test result indicates a positive HPV infection, it is crucial to discuss the necessary follow-up care with your doctor. This may involve additional testing, such as a Pap smear or a colposcopy, to further evaluate any abnormal changes in cervical cells.
    • 3. How does my test result impact my future cervical cancer screening? – Understanding how your at-home HPV test result affects your future cervical cancer screening is essential. Your doctor can provide guidance on the recommended frequency of screenings and any specific considerations based on your test results.
    • 4. Should I consider HPV vaccination? – Inquiring about your eligibility for HPV vaccination is crucial. Even if you have received a positive test result, vaccination may still be beneficial to protect against other strains of HPV that you may not have been exposed to.
    • 5. Are there any lifestyle changes or precautions I should consider? – It is important to discuss any lifestyle adjustments or precautions you can take to support your cervical health. Your doctor can provide guidance on maintaining a healthy immune system and reducing potential risk factors for HPV and cervical cancer. Remember, your doctor is the best resource for answering your specific questions and addressing any concerns you may have regarding at-home HPV testing and your test results.


  • Note: Result turnaround times are only an estimate and may be subject to change.
    • Choose the option that is right for you.
    • Depending on what you choose shipments can arrive anywhere from 1-5 days

Sample Collection (HOW WE’RE DIFFERENT)

  • See Sample Collection Tab
  • Most self-test kits use only 1 sample either urine or a vaginal self-collected swab.  AIDX uses a two-sample collection to optimize detection of High-Risk HPV.
Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 6 × 1.25 in

Self-Test Collection Instructions

Please download the PDF below for sample collection instructions.

Buccal Swab PDF


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STIs are common among sexually active adults. Understanding STI symptoms, prevention, and management can help you be healthy, safe, and on top of your sexual health.

STIs are common and treatable

The WHO estimates that nearly 1 million STIs are transmitted every day with the four most common being chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Most STIs can be treated with either antibiotics or antiviral drugs.

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Some STIs have no noticeable symptoms. The best way to know for sure if you have an STI is to get tested regularly if you're sexually active.


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If you test positive, we offer consultations by appointment with a physician to discuss treatment options and/or follow-up testing.


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    An STI panel, or sexually transmitted infection panel, is a comprehensive set of tests designed to detect various sexually transmitted infections. Getting an STI panel is crucial for anyone sexually active, as it helps identify and treat infections early, preventing potential health complications and transmission to partners.

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    • Sexual behaviors - Certain behaviors, like having unprotected sex, can heighten the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
    • Substance use - Among sexually active people, using drugs or alcohol is linked with a greater likelihood of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
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    Yes, getting an STI panel is still important even if you use protection or have no noticeable symptoms. Condoms and other protective measures reduce the risk but do not eliminate it entirely. Many STIs can be asymptomatic, so testing is the only way to know for sure.

  • What guidance will I get along with my results?

    What guidance will I get along with my results?

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    Are STI panels covered by insurance?

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