No abnormality detected
The test did not detect a high-risk strain of HPV on your specimen.
This indicates very little or no risk for cervical cancer for the next 2 -5 years.
Forge ahead in confidence! You have very little risk for cervical cancer in the next 2 - 5 years.
Please continue with other regular check-ups every 3 years for other female conditions and remember to ask your doctor or gynaecologist to test you for other cancers or STDs. Stay aware and educated about your sexual health.
Please remember to set a reminder for your next UDoHPVTest in 2 – 5 years time.
Lower risk abnormality detected
The test detected a high-risk HPV strain on your specimen, however, one which is less likely to cause cervical cancer than others.
Generally these strains can cause other things like genital warts, etc, which are easily treatable.
It is recommended that you make an appointment with your doctor or gynaecologist for a check-up. He or she would be able to visually see whether these HPV strains are anything to worry about, or, whether you should just keep an eye on them.
HPV is highly prevalent however not all strains are dangerous.
Once you have visited your doctor, confirmatory screening in 12 months time is recommended.
The test detected HPV 16 or 18 virus on your specimen. This does not mean that you have cervical cancer but it does put you at an increased risk.
It is recommended that you consult your doctor or gynaecologist for a more thorough examination.
We recommend making an appointment with your doctor or one of our referring doctors, who can assist you with a more thorough examination.
Please print out your lab report and take it with you to your doctor.
HPV detection can be managed effectively by a doctor.
Once you have visited your doctor, a confirmation test is recommended in 12 months time.
No abnormality detected
The test did not detect indications of chlamydia or gonorreah in your UDoSTDTest.
If you still have concerns, questions or are experiencing symptoms, it is recommended that you visit a doctor for a more thorough examination. Also, stay ahead of the game and set a reminder for your next UDoSTDTest in 6 months time, if you are sexually active and according to international recommendations.
The test detected the infection within your body. STDs such as Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia are common, but all are treatable and many are curable. All infections are best treated when detected early.
We recommend making an appointment with either your doctor or one of our referring doctors, who can assist you with a thorough examination and treatment.
No human blood detected
This means that no human blood was found in your sample. However, some bowel conditions do not bleed all the time. A faecal occult blood test may not detect blood even if a condition is present.
Regular screening every 12 - 24 months is recommended for individuals over the age of 50 using a FIT test. If you become ill or have symptoms of disease, you should see your doctor.
Human blood detected
The test detected human blood in your stool sample which is an indicator of increased risk. However, there are many gastrointestinal conditions that may cause blood in your stool.
We recommend making an appointment with your doctor or specialist, who can assist you with more testing and an evaluation. This additional testing may include diagnostic tests that could help understand the cause of blood in your stool. While blood detection in your sample does indicate an elevated risk, it does not mean that you have colorectal cancer. There are many gastrointestinal conditions which may cause this. However, its best to schedule an appointment. Screening every 12-24 months is recommended.
Gene variation not detected
Certain genes in our bodies put us at an increased risk for certain conditions. The genes which put one at risk for the gluten intolerances was not found on your sample.
Your risk is low for celiac disease, however, if you are experiencing symptoms such as diarrhea, digestion problems, abnormal excretion or weight loss, it is recommended that you visit a dietician or nutritionist for a more thorough examination and consultation.
Gene variation detected
Celiac disease could be the end result of being severely gluten intolerant. It is a T-cell-mediated autoimmune disease of the small intestine which can be detected genetically. If certain genes are detected, they may put an individual at a significant risk when gluten is included in the diet, but it does not mean that one will develop celiac disease long-term.
We recommend making an appointment with your nutritionist or dietician, who can assist you with a more thorough consultation, specific evaluation and recommendations specific to you. It is recommended that you print out your lab report and take it with you.