The Uber Box offered by myLAB Box is an at-home STD testing kit designed to provide a comprehensive assessment for the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs). This 8-panel test is available for both males and females and offers a convenient and discreet way to test for a range of STIs from the comfort of home.
Tested Infections: The Uber Box covers the following 8 major STIs:
- Hepatitis C (Hep C)
- HIV (I & II)
- Herpes Simplex 2
- Trichomoniasis (Trich)
Test Components: The Uber Box includes the necessary materials to collect samples for analysis:
- For men: A urine sample collection kit
- For women: A vaginal swab kit
- An at-home blood drop collection kit (using a finger prick)
- Easy-to-follow instructions
- A postage-paid return box for mailing in the samples
- Registration and login details to access results online
Sample Collection: The Uber Box offers multiple sample collection methods, including urine samples for men, vaginal swabs for women, and blood drop samples using a finger prick. The instructions provided in the kit, along with video and PDF instructions, guide users through the sample collection process.
Accessing Results: After mailing in the samples and they’ve been analyzed, users can register and log in to the myLAB Box system to review their results online. This approach provides a confidential and convenient way to access important health information.
Usage Instructions: All myLAB Box tests, including the Uber Box, come with detailed instructions in the package. Additionally, myLAB Box provides video and PDF instructions to demonstrate the sample collection methods used in their tests. This comprehensive guidance ensures that users can confidently collect their samples accurately and effectively.
In summary, the myLAB Box Uber Box is an at-home STD testing solution that covers a wide range of major STIs. By providing multiple sample collection methods and clear instructions, myLAB Box aims to offer a simple and private way for individuals to assess their sexual health and receive necessary medical attention if any infections are detected.