HIV Testing Directory
HIV tests are used to determine if a person has been infected with HIV and to monitor HIV disease. Tests for HIV include rapid tests and RNA tests. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how screening for HIV works, what each test involves, and much more.
Do You Have HIV? These Tests Diagnose It
Several types of tests can check your blood or body fluids to see if you're infected with HIV.
Pregnancy and HIV Testing
WebMD explains HIV testing - lab and home tests - and how HIV and pregnancy are handled.
What Is HIV?
Get the basics on AIDS/HIV from the experts at WebMD.
Symptoms and Stages of HIV
HIV infection happens in three stages. Without treatment, it will get worse over time and eventually overwhelm your immune system.
HIV Testing: What You Need to Know
About 1 of every 8 people with HIV don't know they have it. Get tested so you can take steps to live a longer, healthier life -- no matter what the result is.
Advances in HIV Treatment: Understanding ART
One-pill-a-day drugs are making life with HIV easier and safer.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Essential Screening Tests Every Man Needs
Pictures show men the health screenings a doctor may recommend based on age and personal risk factors.
Slideshow: Living With HIV/AIDS: Myths and Facts
From treatment options to information on symptoms, see what's fact and what's fiction when it comes to HIV/AIDS.
Slideshow: Pictures and Facts About STDs
See what herpes, genital warts, the clap, chlamydia, scabies, HIV/AIDS, and other STDs look like. Find out their symptoms and what you can do.
Slideshow: Essential Screening Tests for Women
WebMD guides women through health screenings their doctor may recommend based on their age and risk factors. Screening tests may help find diseases or conditions like cancer or diabetes early, when they are easier to treat.