HIV TEST - KNOW WHAT THE RESULTS MEAN - DIAGNOSTIC EXAMS

Understanding the HIV Test Outcome



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The HIV test is intended to detect the presence of the HIV virus in the body and should be done at least 30 days after exposure to unsafe sex, such as unprotected sex or contact with blood or secretions from people carrying the virus HIV. The HIV test is simple and is done primarily through the analysis of a blood sample, but saliva can also be used to check the presence of the virus in the body