The only way to tell if you have HIV is to get tested. A lot of people feel nervous about it, but the reasons to test far outweigh the reasons not to test!
In PULSE Clinic Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, we provide anonymous HIV testing.
Do I need to get tested for HIV? You should get tested if you:
- have had unprotected sex
- have recently been diagnosed with different types of STI
- have shared needles or other injecting equipment
- are worried about HIV and want to put your mind at ease
Even if you think it’s unlikely that you will have HIV, the quickest way to stop worrying is by taking a test, and put your mind at ease and reduce the anxiety of not knowing. People often put off testing because they are worried about the result, but knowing your status will allow you to take control of your health.
If you’re negative, you can get more information on how to stay that way, while if you’re positive you can start treatment, to make sure that you stay healthy.
PULSE clinic Kuala Lumpur offers a private and confidential anonymous HIV testing to encourage more people to screen for HIV. Anonymous HIV Testing is done using a rapid test where the results will be known within minutes in our HIV Test Clinic in Malaysia.
Rapid HIV test at PULSE Clinic
Fast - Results in 20 minutes
Affordable - Only RM50 per one rapid HIV test.
Accurate - Conclusive at 28 days post exposure.
Clean - Disposable single-used instruments.
Confidential - We do not have to report infections.
Convenience - Just walk in without appointment.
Weekends - We open on everyday except Sunday.
Read more about HIV Rapid Test.
HIV Ab/Ag test at PULSE Clinic
Also Known As HIV Screening Tests AIDS Test AIDS Screen HIV Serology p24 Antigen
Formal Name: HIV-1 and HIV-2 Antibody and Antigen Evaluation
Sample Required: A blood sample collected from a vein in your arm or from a fingerstick.
Test Preparation: None
HIV PCR/Viral Load at PULSE Clinic
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are used to detect HIV's genetic material, called RNA. These tests can be used to screen the blood supply and to detect very early infections before antibodies have been developed. This test may be performed just days or weeks after exposure to HIV. Although these tests are the most accurate, they are not performed as often as the other HIV tests because they are time- and labor-intensive. Read more about PCR test.