HIV Testing Fast Facts Infographic
It can be really confusing trying to figure out which HIV test to do and when.
This infographic should make things clearer.
1-3 days – High risk? See us about HIV PEP. Click here for more info.
3-10 days – Don’t bother to test. There is no test that is accurate.
10 days – Do the HIV RNA PCR test. Click here for more info.
28 days – Do the HIV P24 Ag/Ab Combo test. Click here for more info.
84 days (12 weeks) – Do the HIV Antibody test. Although the US CDC and WHO both recommend the HIV Combo test even at 12 weeks (3 months) post exposure. This is because of the possibility of sero-negative infections. Click here for more info.
Click on this link to find out more about HIV testing (HIV Testing FAQ)
Click on this link to find out more about Anonymous HIV Testing at our clinics.
Click on this link to learn more about the symptoms of HIV.
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