HPV DNA Solution

HPV DNA Test by Welala is designed to allow individuals to perform at-home test to find the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV), a virus that could lead to the development of cervical, anal, vaginal, vulvar, penile, and oropharyngeal cancers. Welala HPV DNA test can detect even the small amount of virus present in your body even if the cancer cell has not developed yet.

Easily self-conducted at the comfort of your home

Designed to provide you with the utmost comfort, discretion, and time efficiency on your  cervical screening test

A robust network of doctors is prepared to connect with you for result discussions if needed

Sample Collection:
Cervix Sample
Result Times
1 Week
Testing Cycle
5 years
For Ages:

Installments payment available:

  • 0% interest for 3-month installment plan available for purchases above 5,000 THB
  • 0% interest for 6-month installment plan available for purchases above 10,000 THB

Why Test for HPV

HPV is Silent Threat of Women

  • HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus. HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection which usually shows no symptoms, but can sometimes cause cervical cancer.

HPV is responsible for almost all cases of cervical cancer and genital warts

High-risk vs. Low-risk HPV

  • There are different HPV types – some are considered “low-risk” and others “high-risk”. Low-risk HPV types cause genital warts and do not cause cancer. Some high-risk HPV types can cause serious illness including cancer.
  • In most cases, the immune system clears HPV from the body. However, there are times when the body does not clear HPV: usually when the infection is with high-risk types. We call this ‘persistent’ HPV infection.

Put your chance down to ZERO - Get Tested!

  • Persistent HPV infection can lead to the formation of abnormal cervical cells, posing a risk of progressing to cervical cancer if not addressed. Thus, prioritizing regular and timely screening tests is of utmost importance.

Who is at Risk?

Anyone who has had sexual activities can get HPV, even if it was with only one person. Even if a person delays sexual activity until marriage, they are still at risk of HPV infection if their partner has been exposed.
HPV can infect

  •  All genders
  • All marital status
  • All kinds of sex life

You are highly encouraged to conduct an HPV screening test if you are

  • aged above 25
  • have had any type of sexual contacts
  • are due or overdue for routine cervical screening

What’s Good About Welala’s HPV DNA Test?

At Hospitals

Altering types of brushes
depends on hospitals

Taking your vaginal sample by others

Reliable laboratory and professionals

High Accuracy


Welala At-Home Test

Brush is deliberately selected to be skin-friendly and painless

Privately and comfortably taking vaginal sample by yourself with clear instructions

Reliable laboratory and professionals

Same accuracy as hospitals

Obtain a Dependable Sample At Home Without Discomfort

What’s Evalyn Brush?

The Evalyn Brush is the most reliable self-sampling device for screening for the Human PapillomaVirus (HPV). For many years, the Evalyn Brush has been used in the Dutch Screening program for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer.

  • Time-efficient
  • Avoid embarrassment
  • Easy to use
  • Reliable

Maximize Comfort, Minimize Hassles

  • Timely screening can prevent cervical cancer. However, many women do not participate in screening at regular intervals, because they do not have enough time, or are worried, embarrassed, feel discomfort or for cultural reasons. The Evalyn Brush helps to overcome these issues by allowing a screening sample to be taken in the privacy of your own home.
  • It is an easy, safe and reliable method of collecting vaginal/cervical specimens without discomfort. The design and ease-of-use ensure the highest number of valid samples across all age groups.


  • Must not be on menstrual period
  • Must not having vaginal abnormal symptoms
  • Must not be pregnant
  • Must not use or insert any object for at least 48 hours before testing
  • Must not use when expired


PAP Smear Test

Looks for abnormal cells on your cervix that can possibly lead to cervical cancer caused by high-risk HPV, but they don’t test for HPV itself.

More painful

Recommended to test
every 3 years

Find cell changes after they’ve already happened

~55% Accuracy level



Looks for the high-risk types of HPV on your cervix even before the presence of cancer cells.

Pain free

Recommended to test
every 5 years

Catch problems earlier than PAP tests, because they find HPV before it may cause cell changes

~95% Accuracy level

Key Steps With Us


Purchase and activate test kit


Collect test sample and schedule test sample pickup at home


Wait for 7 days to receive test result


In case of a positive test result, our doctor will contact you to deliver the result and help formulate next steps

Test sample collection video

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Frequently Asked Questions

All genders can get HPV. However, studies show that the prevalence of HPV infection in men is higher than women.

Persistent infection with high-risk HPV can cause changes in the cells of the cervix, called pre-cancer, which does not have symptoms. So, all women should be screened and must be treated if there are precancerous lesions or cancer.

It is very important for women aged 25-65 years to receive cervical cancer screening, even if they were previously vaccinated against HPV.

An abnormal screening test result does not necessarily mean that a woman has cancer. Most often it means that she has pre-cancer, or early changes that could become cancer in many years if not treated. Very rarely a woman is found to have signs of cervical cancer at the time of screening.

If the screening test is normal, it means that there is no sign of changes in the cervix that could develop into cervical cancer or no HPV infection. Nevertheless, It is important for women to be screened regularly, every 2 years for Pap test, and every 5 years for HPV DNA test.