HIV Testing Is for Everyone

Everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 should get tested for HIV at least once because routine testing is an important and normal part of self-care.

Feel proud to know your status! Learn more below about how often you should seek testing.

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Who Should Get Tested for HIV and When

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Ages 13 to 64

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Monogamous people who are sexually active

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Men who have sex with men (MSM)

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People with more than one sexual partner

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Transgender people

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People who have recently had an STD (sexually transmitted disease)

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People who use drugs with needles

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Ages 13 to 64

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These recommendations are based on guidelines from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

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