The Eve Kit Service
The Eve Kit Service enables you to screen for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, or HPV from the comfort of your own home with just a few simple steps.
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.
I am so thankful for the Eve Kit because going to the doctor's isn't always convenient or comfortable for everyone!
Thanks for making an uncomfortable procedure a joy!
If you are sexually active, you should be regularly screening!
Screening for Chlamydia/Gonorrhea might be a good idea for you if:
According to Cancer Care Ontario's recommendations, HPV testing is most appropriate for people with cervixes who are (1) between 25 to 69 years old, and (2) have not had a pap test in the last 3 years.
Yes! The Eve Kit device is licensed by Health Canada for the use of self-sampling for molecular testing. Eve Medical is an ISO 13485 certified medical device manufacturer. The Eve Kit Service connects patients to ISO 15189 certified laboratories for sample testing.
The Eve Kit Service and home-based screening, along with HPV testing, are not currently covered by provincial health insurance. The Eve Kit Service is considered an uninsured service, and is therefore an out-of-pocket expense. However, the Eve Kit Service will be covered under some elective insurance plans, such as Health Spending Accounts (HSAs). Please note that free cervical screening and comprehensive STI testing (including tests that can't be done at home!) are available for all Canadians who wish to visit a clinic.
The Eve Kit Service is not recommended for people who:
Please seek in-person medical advice in these scenarios.
Not all potential users of this device are women. Screening is equally important for trans and non-binary individuals who have a cervix.
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