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For whom is an AIDS test necessary?

AIDS is one of the dangerous diseases that can enter a person’s body in different ways and infect him. This disease is one of the diseases whose symptoms are identified very late. But who should worry about whether they have AIDS or not? Who should be tested? Stay with us.

If you have a history of any of the following dangerous behaviors, you need to take an HIV test:

* Using shared needles and syringes in injection addiction (even for one time)

* Suffering from sexually transmitted diseases (such as gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes and genital warts)

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with an HIV-infected person.

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with a person who injects drugs (even a spouse).

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with a person with a history of sexually transmitted diseases.

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact without knowing the history of an individual suffering from sexually transmitted diseases.

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with a person with a history of sexual relations with other men or women.

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with a person who has a history of same-sex sexual relations. (Especially if the relationship was between two men and he was the object in this relationship.)

* You have had “unprotected” sexual contact with a person who lives in high-risk areas. (Areas where the number of people infected with HIV is high. For example, some African countries, the newly independent countries of Russia, Afghanistan, and the Persian Gulf countries)

* Using alcoholic beverages and drugs before sexual contact (opium, heroin, ecstasy pills, hashish, weed, etc.)

* History of rape and sexual abuse

23 December 1392 20:39

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