Peace of Mind DNA Test Services Ireland
Inside each Home DNA Testing Kits in Ireland you will find:
Once you receive your DNA Test kit in the post you can take your samples yourself. if you wish you can ask your general practitioner to take them and post them back in the freepost mailer provided along with the completed paperwork. These Peace of mind DNA testing kits are very easy to use and give you the option to complete DNA testing in the comfort and privacy of your own place. Once we have received your samples it normally takes 5-7 working days for you to receive your results. We will email you the results of your DNA test, which can also be posted out to you if requested.
Contact us at any time throughout the process if you any queries [email protected]
A peace of mind DNA testing kit is used when you require any of the following:
How long will it take to receive the results of a DNA test?
Results can take 5-7 working days from receipt of samples. Some tests such as Avuncular or siblingship may take slightly longer, this is case dependent.
Is the packaging discreet?
Yes. All our DNA Testing kits packaging in Ireland & other places comes in discreet envelopes with just the shipping address attached, there are no company logos or any markings on the exterior of the packaging. Ensuring complete confidentiality.
Can I send my DNA testing kit to different locations?
We can split any DNA test you order, if you need the DNA or genetic testing kits in Ireland to be sent to two different addresses or two separate GP practices, we can facilitate this, just contact us to ensure the kit is split correctly.
What is the time frame for sending my DNA sample back?
Once your sample has been left to dry (one hour) and is carefully stored it will last for several months.
Would a different DNA sample such as blood or hair be more accurate?
Cheek swabs are considered the most reliable and effective method of collecting a person’s DNA. We give four buccal swabs per person being tested ensuring maximum DNA collection for genetic testing in Ireland.