Video of Positive Oraquick Advance HIV 1/2 Test
This is a video of the Oraquick Advance HIV 1/2 Test showing a positive result.
Many people come to my clinic for the OraQuick Advance saliva HIV test.
Fortunately most people test Negative for HIV.
This also means few people know what a positive test looks like.
I always say ‘1 line negative, 2 lines positive.’
In this video, you can see how a ‘Live‘ positive test looks like.
Watch as the pink reagent creeps slowly up the strip.
Within a few minutes, one red bar appears. Within another few minutes, another red bar appears.
This is a test Positive for HIV.
To view the video, click on the link below:
At the end of 20 minutes, the test looked like this:
If your test looks like this, please see Our Doctors as soon as you can.
Remember, this is a screening test and can have false negative results.
You need another test to confirm if you are really infected with HIV or not.
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Dr. Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2001. His residency was in the two largest public hospitals in Singapore; Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Singapore General Hospital.