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HIV testing

The only stigma around HIV testing is the fear of the unknown. Take control of your peace of mind and know your status. Although there is no cure for HIV it can be treated if suspected to have been conceived with 72 hours.

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Rapid, walk-in HIV testing

Simple, confidential and quick HIV rapid testing available at your convenience. Get your results in only 20 minutes with our rapid testing.

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HIV newly diagnosis

Regardless of your results we are with you every step of the way. The process if tested positive is simple. You receive a full panel, treatment, and case management assessment of what is needed moving forward. We always try to get our patients insurance or to enroll in the grant program ensuring that they always have access to enough medication.

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What is HIV

HIV is the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a virus that gets into a person’s cells. HIV affects the immune system, specifically the T-Cells or CD4 cells which fight infection. Simply put, the virus destroys the T-cells so that the immune system of a person with untreated HIV infection is not able to fight off diseases and infections.

How is HIV Transmitted

HIV is transmitted through the following bodily fluids: Blood, Semen, Pre-seminal fluid (pre-cum), Breast milk, Vaginal fluids, Anal mucous. When you have sex with someone who is HIV-positive (infected with HIV) the virus can enter your system through small tears in your vagina, anus, penis or – rarely – your mouth. Open sores caused by sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) such as herpes and syphilis can make it easier for HIV to enter your system.

HIV is NOT transmitted through the bodily fluids like  Saliva, Vomit, Feces, Nasal  fluid, Tears, Sweat, Urine or others.

HIV Symptoms

Many people with HIV do not experience any systems until the late stages of the disease.

The virus can live in your body for as many as 10 years – or more – without causing any obvious symptoms

Extreme fatigue, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, fever and wasting syndrome can be some of the symptoms experienced at the late stages –when the disease has progressed to AIDS.

In the first 2 weeks to 30 days after infection—when higher levels of the virus are in a person’s system and he or she is most infectious

It’s important to remember that not everyone who gets infected experiences these symptoms.

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