JOM TEST is a safe virtual space for people vulnerable to HIV infection to self-test at their own comfort, send results, and link to care and other health services. it is a service user-centred platform with a differentiated service delivery tailored to the community's needs.
We know people providing the best HIV support, advice, and consulting services to improve health outcomes.
You should get tested at least once a year if you continue to engage in any of the following;
It is ideal to get tested every 3 to 6 months if you're exposed to high-risk behaviours as listed above. if you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, get tested as easily as possible to protect yourself and your baby.
A reactive result means the test has reacted with something in your blood. it could be a sign of HIV infection, but it's not the same as a positive result. You may be given a follow-up test to confirm the result.
To get confirmatory testing, you can either;
A non-reactive result from an HIV test is the same as a negative result. It means the HIV antibodies and virus have not been found in your blood. Now it's time to start thinking about the HIV prevention options that work for you.
This means the test result is unclear. Another test needs to be done.