Mylan Autotest HIV Test



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Autotest HIV Test is a self diagnostic test for the screening of HIV (the virus responsible for AIDS). This simple to use test uses a small blood sample taken from the tip of your finger.

  • Reliable for the detetcion of HIV infections occuring at least 3 months ago
  • This HIV test takes only 5 minutes
  • Results available in 15 minutes
How To Use

For full and detailed instructions, click on the available files to downlad in the section below.

Delivery Info


Due to an extremely high volume of orders, we are currently experiencing order processing delays of approximatley 2 working days.

Deliveries in Republic Of Ireland and Northern Ireland

Next day delivery is not guaranteed at this time, although we are working extremely hard to process all orders as fast as possible. Most orders placed before 2pm on a weekday will be delivered next working day.

Deliveries To England, Scotland and Wales

Deliveries to these UK addresses are continuing as normal via Royal Mail Tracked 48 service.

International Deliveries Outside of Ireland and UK and Canada

Postal networks around the world have been severely impacted by the Covid-19 crises. As a result, most countries are no longer accepting incoming international mail. As a result, we unfortunately have to withdraw the option to select these countries as a delivery address.

For more information read our Delivery information page.


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How Soon Can I Test For HIV?
The Autotest HIV Test for slef testing at home is deisgned for testing at leats 3 months after HIV exposure. This is the length of time it can take for a sufficient quantity of antibodies to be produced in order to be detected by the HIV self-test. During the window period a person can be infected with HIV but still have a negative HIV test.

Unfortunately no HIV self-test can reliably check for HIV immediately after infection. If you think you have been exposed to HIV in the previous 72 hours, you should go to your nearest STI/GUM (genitourinary medicine) clinic or hospital emergency department as soon as possible to see if you need to go on HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). PEP is a course of medication that needs to be started as soon as possible and at least within 72 hours after you have been exposed to HIV.

If you are concerned in any way about your helath, whther you have recieved a positive or negative result, we would recommend you contact your GP or your local sexual health clinic. Information on sexual health can be obtained from the HSE Sexual Health website.

The Autotest HIV Test complies with all relevant EU regulations for a HIV self test. The test includes the CE mark and the 4 digit number relating to the independent testing carried out in accordance with EU law.


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