HIV Test in Brescia

Find out where to get a Rapid HIV Test in Brescia. Compare details and costs for an HIV Test from the best labs in Italy.

Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Viale Venezia 73, primo piano 25123 Brescia (BS)

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test epatite B, epatite C, HIV con autoprelievo by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

Test at-Home / Self-testing

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€60.00

€57.00 with our promocode

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

P.zza 4 Novembre, 4 25020 Flero (BS)

4.5 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Rita Montalcini, 99 25045 Castegnato (BS)

5.2 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Milano, 99 25086 Rezzato (BS)

5.1 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Piazza G. Soldo, 8 25080 Nuvolera (BS)

7.3 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via V. Emanuele, 2 25080 Nuvolento (BS)

8 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Piazza Repubblica, 8 25011 Calcinato (BS)

11.1 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Giuseppe Ungaretti 25033 Cologne (BS)

13.7 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Farmacia Fusar Poli

Via Vittorio Veneto, 32, 25029 Verolavecchia BS, Italia

16.6 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Viale Francesco Agello, 1, Rivoltella, 25015 Desenzano del Garda BS

16.4 km

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Rapid HIV Test by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Gaetano Donizetti, 14 24020 Castione della Presolana (BG)

26.9 km

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Common conditions covered by a Rapid HIV Test

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) Asymptomatic HIV Dyspnea Late-stage HIV infection

HIV Test - what is it and how the test is done

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that is feared all over the world. The main reason is its incurable course and the fact that once it occurs, there is no going back. HIV is al...

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Rapid HIV Test FAQs

IV drug abusers, people who share syringes, people who have had unprotected sex or intercourse with infected individuals, and people who have anal intercourse must be tested for HIV.

The average time for antibodies to develop is three to four weeks; this is essential to get a checkup as most HIV tests check for antibody levels.

If you test positive, you should talk to your doctor about it. The test itself means that you are carrying the virus that can cause AIDS, and you can infect others. You should begin an HIV management plan and take precautions to avoid spreading the virus.

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