GET YOUR QVINTIP TODAY
Qvintip® is a self-sampling kit including analysis for high-risk HPV
Testing for high-risk HPV is especially important for women who do not have regular smear tests – are you one of them? Get tested without leaving your home WITH SAME THE ACCURACY AS TESTS IN a CLINIC
no pain, no gynEcologist and no more worry
Supported by research
To date, Qvintip has been used in 21 clinical studies including 25,000 women and additional clinical studies including 15,000 women are ongoing to secure that results are identical when sampled by nurse, gynecologist or the woman herself. Click to learn more about research and studies
Comfortable, convenient and easy-to-use
Qvintip’s self-sampling kit has been deemed, by women in clinical studies, to be the most comfortable and easy-to-use self-sampling device on the market.
We are licensed with accredited partners in production and HPV-analysis
HOW IT WORKS
Order Qvintip and receive an unidentifiable package to your home.
Take the test by collecting a vaginal discharge sample and send it to our accredited lab with the supplied envelope.
The lab conducts an HPV analysis on your sample and the results are sent to you by post.
If your test is HPV-negative we recommend you do an HPV test again after three years. If your test is HPV positive, we recommend you take a new test within four months. If your second test is HPV-positive, a medical follow up is required.
SEND TO LAB FOR ANALYSIS
Even if you have regular pap smears, HPV-tests offer extra security − Sanner et al (Wilander) 2009, showed that each year 25% of the women who were diagnosed with cervical cancer had normal results in their most recent smear test.
HPV testing is more important the older you get. Middle aged women who are HPV positive are more often carrying long-lasting infections. Long lasting infections can caused cell abnormalities that ultimately can lead to cervical cancer.
Qvintip consists of a self-sampling device, a sampling container, a response envelope and instructions for use. The self-sampling device is used to collect a small sample of vaginal secretion. The detachable tip of the self-sampling device is transferred to the sampling container. The container is sent in to a laboratory in a return envelop. An analysis identifies the incidence of high-risk HPV and test results are returned to users through mail.