Semen Home Test Kit
This Semen Home Test Kit uses advanced technology to find and identify traces of semen that may not even be visible or otherwise detectable on a suspect article. Since it can be locked into the fibres of an article of clothing, this kit reliably checks for even the slightest trace.
To test a woman, traces of semen will be searched for in what is known as ‘flowback’, which occurs following sexual intercourse. Using an article of underwear that has been worn within 72 hours of the suspected time of incident, you can test for the traces of small, invisible traces of dried semen that a woman typically secretes with flowback for up to 3 days after sex. As long as the article of clothing you are testing hasn’t been washed, dried semen can remain present for extensive periods of time – even up to 2 years. If the kit detects semen, it will turn purple.
This kit is very effective provided you follow the instructions and use it correctly, of course you can’t have sex with her on the same day you are testing for semen traces, that is just common sense. So this product is a great way to confirm any suspicions you might have.
To test a man, use an article of underwear that was worn after sex. Men will continue to secrete semen for up to 2 hours after sex, and traces of semen can remain for long periods of time in unwashed articles (up to 2 years or even longer – it has been found that semen traces can survive on unwashed clothing for 40 years). Even if it was oral sex or protection was used, there will still be traces of semen in the underwear.
- While it is useful to be able to see the stain, you can test for invisible traces of dried semen using this kit.
- Many men have used this product successfully when a condom was thought to have been used.
- No traces of the test procedure are left on the subject article to indicate what was performed. Unlike other similar products, this is the only testing kit out there that will not leave a stain.
- This product works on any type / colour material, including sheets. If you can’t see a stain but have suspicions, just use the kit on the suspected article or area.