Research shows that routine HIV screening can help curb the virus from spreading.
Exposure doesn’t automatically mean infection. But you should act quickly to lower your chances of getting HIV.
HIV testing, also called HIV screening, is the only way to know if you have the virus.
HIV tests are now easy to get and affordable. But if money is tight, a free HIV test is the way to go.
If you think you’ve been exposed to the virus that causes AIDS and want to take a test to find out, timing is important.
Seroconversion is a general term for the time between exposure to a virus and when antibodies show up in your blood.