ID30 Autoimmune Screening Test
With ID30 Autoimmune Screening Test, you find out if you are positive or negative for autoimmune antibody markers - it’s that simple. Please see below for product details.
This test kit includes:
- Blood vial
- Prepaid return envelope
Approximately 57% of ID30 Screening testers report/have active autoimmune markers For patients who have active markers, we offer the option to upgrade to the full ID30 report for an additional $199.To save time and money, jump straight to the ID30 comprehensive antibody report for a flat fee of $299.
Requirement: Patient’s name must be used when purchasing kit to ensure proper lab order identification.
How Does ID30 Autoimmune Screening Work?
ID30 Autoimmune Screening is simple and easy, with quick results - either positive or negative - that can help you decide what your next step will be down your personal wellness journey.
- Order your ID30 Screening test kit to be sent to your home.
- Follow the test kit directions and have your blood sample taken and sent to our lab.
- We test your blood to see whether it is either positive or negative for autoimmune antibody markers.
- You receive your results within 10 days of our lab receiving your sample.
What Is the Difference Between ID30 Screening and the Full ID30 Test?
ID30 Screening measures whether any of the 30+ autoimmune antibodies that ID30 tests for are present in the body, but does not test which specific antibodies are present, nor their levels.
A full ID30 test offers more thorough results for 30+ specific autoimmune antibodies that may be present in the body, including their corresponding levels.
What Happens If You Test Positive?
A positive ID30 Screening test means that autoimmune antibody markers were detected in your blood and could indicate autoimmune disease.
In these cases, a full ID30 test kit can offer detailed results for 30+ specific markers and their corresponding levels. These detailed results can help you and your doctor determine the best course of action.
Requesting a full ID30 report is easy for those who have purchased ID30 screening. A portion of all blood samples are frozen for a set period of time so that results can be rerun without an additional blood test needed. If you test positive for autoimmune antibodies and want a full ID30 report, simply upgrade and we will rerun your sample.
What Happens If You Test Negative?
A negative ID30 Screening test means that your autoimmune antibody levels were either not detected or not considered high enough for autoimmune disease.
If you are still concerned about your autoimmune health and want a more detailed report, the full ID30 test offers a thorough analysis of 30+ specific autoimmune antibody markers, as well as their specific levels.
Requesting a full ID30 report is easy for those who have purchased ID30 screening. A portion of all blood samples are frozen for a set period of time so that results can be rerun without an additional blood test needed. If you test negative for autoimmune antibodies and still want a full ID30 report, simply upgrade and we will rerun your sample.
We’re here to answer any questions you have! Contact us at any time to speak to someone who can help you determine whether ID30 is right for you.