Infidelity DNA Testing
Have you questioned your partner’s fidelity? Is he or she cheating? Have you found any suspicious stains or suspicious items? Through our extensive DNA forensic expertise, we are able to offer infidelity DNA testing services which can assist you find answers to questions. Our infidelity DNA test starts at just £299
With our infidelity testing services we are able to confirm or exclude the presence of male or female DNA on any suspicious item. Once the results confirm the presence of male and/or female DNA, we will also be able to compare the DNA profile obtained to another sample from the alleged source. If required, we can send you an infidelity test kit to collect samples using oral swabs.
Discuss your infidelity test
We suggest reading our forensic DNA testing page to get more information about different types of DNA samples. Note that homeDNAdirect may not accept samples not listed on our discreet samples page. We always suggest calling us to discuss the viability of your sample, packaging and shipment.
We appreciate the delicate nature of these cases, and therefore we will treat your case with the necessary discretion. If you are interested in ordering an infidelity DNA test or paternity test please click on one of the below options.
Semen Detection Test
A semen detection test is quick and simple test that will enable you to confirm the presence of semen. If you do not require a full DNA test but just want to know if a stain contains semen or not, check out our semen detection test.
The Human Tissue Act
It is important to be aware that in the UK the Human Tissue Act regulates the collection and analysis of any human tissue. This includes any stain of biological material not matter how small. In order to send a sample for analysis, the person or donor of that sample must give their consent in writing in order for us to test their sample. Furthermore, in order to be fully compliant with the Human Tissue Act, the donor of the sample must also be made aware of how their DNA sample will be used. Failure to comply with the Human Tissue Act is a criminal offence.