Own your health with Eve Kit

Own your health with Eve Kit

A convenient, accurate way to screen for HPV and STIs from home.

How It Works

Features

  • Convenient

    No appointments or waiting until you know you need it

  • Private

    No embarrassment, you can go at your own pace

  • Reliable

    Validated with standard molecular diagnostic tests

  • Certified

    Our collection kit is approved by Health Canada and we're ISO13485 certified.

Prevention Made Easy

Prevention Made Easy

Our goal at Eve Medical is to make cervical cancer and STI prevention easy and accessible

Our Story

Pre Order Eve Kit - HPV or STI

$10.00

Pre-order the Eve Kit for ONLY $10. Pay the remaining $75 when we're ready to ship to you! Full Price: $85.00 CAD

*Currently unavailable for sale within the USA

Testimonials

“Self-sampling is a really exciting and innovative idea because it gets around a lot of the barriers that we see for STI and cervical cancer screening”
- Dr. Aisha Lofters
“I went through a cervix operation for skipping one [screen] while I was abroad. Luckily for me, I tested just on time to avoid more aggressive treatments. I guess I assumed that everything was fine and did not want to go to a stranger Gyn. I believe that this will surely prevent thousands of similar cases happening in the future. BRAVO!”
- Sonia, 33

FAQ

For all unanswered questions

Please contact us at support@eve-medical.com


Do I need a prescription to pre-order Eve Kit?

No. A prescription is not required, but you will be required to enter some additional information when you first sign in to the evekit.com portal. Don't worry, we'll walk you through it.

How do I know that I’ve used Eve Kit correctly?

Eve Kit was designed to be easy to use when collecting samples at home. Instructions for use with additional information and helpful tips will be included with your Eve Kit. Follow these instructions carefully to ensure that you are collecting your sample properly.

I’m pregnant. Can I still use Eve Kit?

No. Eve Kit should not be used during pregnancy. If you'd still like to pre-order a kit, let us know and we can send it to you when your oven is bunless!

Can I use Eve Kit when I’m on my period?

Eve Kit should not be used during menstruation, as more research is required to determine what effect it has on sample quality. If you're on your period, simply wait until it's over before collecting a sample.

How will I access my results?

You'll be able to access your results securely and privately at evekit.com. The results portal isn't live yet, but it will be before you receive your kit.

How long will it take to get my results?

Once you send in your sample, results should take around a week.

What if my result comes back positive?

We know that this can be stressful, but a positive result often means there's something you can do about it. We'll provide you with information about the result and one of our partner physicians will contact you about next steps and appropriate follow-up.

Who should screen for STIs, and how often?

Anyone who is sexually active should be screening for STIs. Often times, infections like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea don’t have symptoms until it has developed into Pelvic Inflammatory Disease – a painful condition that can result in chronic pain, future ectopic pregnancy, and infertility. It’s a good idea to get screened if:

  • You have a new sexual partner
  • You or your partner have had other sexual partners
  • Your sexual partner has an STI, or symptoms of an STI
  • You have had unprotected sex, or the condom broke
  • A former partner has informed you of an infection, or has symptoms
  • You and/or your partner haven’t been screened within the last year
  • You feel that you may be at risk for having an STI for another reason
  • Who should screen for HPV, and how often?

    HPV infections don’t always lead to cervical cancer – it can often clear on its own, especially in women* under 30. According to Cancer Care Ontario’s recommendations, HPV screening is more appropriate for women who are:

  • Over 30 years of age
  • Have not had a pap test in the last 3 years

  • Unless directed by a healthcare practitioner, women are generally recommended to test once every 3 years. This is because cervical cancer is a very slow developing disease, and testing too often can lead to unnecessary treatment. Women who have had the HPV vaccine should also be screening as regular.

    *or anyone with a vagina that does not identify as a woman

    How much is shipping and handling?

    Within Canada, basic shipping and handling is included. That's both for us to ship your kit to you and for you to send it to the lab once you've collected your sample. If you need express shipping or special arrangements, let us know (support@eve-medical.com) and we can work something out.

    I live outside Canada. Can I pre-order a kit?

    We are able to sell and ship Eve Kits to those in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and Hong Kong. In this case, return shipping any duties or VAT will be extra. Eve Kit is not available in the United States. Questions? Email support@eve-medical.com

    I’ve ordered an Eve Kit. What happens next?

    Great! We’ll be in touch with updates and will also provide you with a private code when we launch, so you can log on to the evekit.com portal when it goes live.

    When will my Eve Kit ship?

    We’re working hard on finalizing Eve Kit, and aiming to ship the first Eve Kits by the end of fall 2016.

    I’d like to write a blog or an article about Eve Kit. Where can I get more info?

    That's wonderful! Send an email to media@eve-medical.com and we'll be in touch.