When can you get tested?


Tuesdays, 6-8 pm.


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If you would like to have an interpreter present, you must book your appointment at least three working days in advance.

When is it possible to get tested?

The test measures antibodies. This means that the virus can only be discovered once the body has produced antibodies against it. The amount of time this takes varies from person to person, from about two weeks to two months.

A traditional blood test might be more appropriate if you are extremely worried, as it can detect HIV at an early stage. Contact us if you would like information on where to turn.

For syphilis, you can get tested at Checkpoint  12 weeks after exposure.