HIV 1 & 2

HIV is a virus that can develop into AIDS, a disease that systemically attacks your immune system. It can be easily checked with’s discreet, online HIV test.

Human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, is a virus that can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS. It was first transmitted to humans from chimpanzees in the 19th century. This infection attacks the immune system and kills white blood cells. As a result, your compromised immunity increases your risk of mortality, even to common infections like the flu or cold.

There are two types of HIV. HIV 1 is the virus affecting 95% of STDs, and it often leads to AIDS. HIV 2 is typically found in West Africa, and doesn’t advance to AIDS nearly as fast

HIV progresses to AIDS in three stages, each with separate symptoms and clinical treatments.

On average, it takes 8-10 years for HIV to develop into AIDS. Age, health, treatment, lifestyle, and genetics all effect this timeline, so you might develop AIDS sooner, later, or never.

HIV 1 & 2


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When should I get tested for STDs?

Honestly? If you’re sexually active, the best time to get tested for STDs is now.
Many of the most common STDs don’t show any symptoms -- and are still transmissible. You can have an STD and unknowingly transmit it to others. If you suspect you have contracted an STD through unprotected sexual contact, sharing drug injection equipment, or by coming in contact with infected blood, it is important that you get tested as soon as possible to avoid any health complications.

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