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Where Can I Get Tested for HIV/AIDS?
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HIV TESTING
It is not possible to determine by appearance whether a person is infected with HIV or not.
It can be found out only after going through
the HIV testing process and obtaining the results.
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HIV status: the presence or absence of HIV-infection in a human body.
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HIV-positive
(Antibodies to HIV
or the virus itself has been detected)
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HIV-negative
(No antibodies to HIV
or the virus itself has been detected)
You should know your HIV status to:
HIV testing is always anonymous and confidential:
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Express testing
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Laboratory testing
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The "window period" is the period of time when the virus is already in human blood, but the antibodies to HIV have not been produced at levels that can be detected. Therefore, the test result may be negative.
On average, this period is 1.5 months
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1.5 months
Introduction of infection
A negative result does
not mean that the virus
is not in the blood
High probability
of infecting other people
Enough antibodies
to detect the virus
and obtain results
Take up a retest
You should get tested for HIV if you:
Had sex without a condom
Are an injection drug user
Came in contact with non-sterile instruments (needles/syringes)
Had a blood transfusion
Are planning pregnancy
Are a couple that want to switch to unprotected sex
Are a donor of blood, tissues, and organs
HIV TEST LOCATIONS
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