I have a question
Are you worried about being exposed to HIV?
This is what happens…
“I had unprotected sex with a stranger”
“I’m so worried now. Will I be infected?”
“You need correct guidance”
“Go for tests and treatment, if needed”
How do we help?
We listen to you
We counsel you
We suggest the best solution
Had unprotected sex with someone I knewWill I be infected?
- If your partner does not have any disease
- if your partner takes care of his/her hygiene
Had unprotected sex with a strangerWill I be infected?
- If you did not use protection
- If your partner is suffering from any STD
Frequently Asked Questions
HIV is a deadly disease. Every year millions of people come in contact with this misfortune, mainly by unprotected and unsafe sex or by some other way by which this virus can enter your body, like use of used syringe, blood transmission, pregnant mother to child, etc.
In our society, unfortunately, for its stigmatic nature this topic is still not discussed in open. And, because of this there are lots and lots of misinformation that one can get about it. People fear to seek expert opinion and thus fall prey to the myths associated with STDs, HIV and AIDS. Find out the facts here…
How can HIV infection happen?
• Mother to child through breastfeeding or child birth. It can happen during pregnancy as well
• Injecting drug usage with shared needles having infected blood
• Blood donations involving infected blood or organ transplants
• Infection from a patient to a healthcare worker
How will HIV will not happen?
• Touching HIV positive person
• If you come in contact with HIV positive person’s sweat, tears, urine
• From touching, hugging or shaking hands with HIV positive person
• Mutual masturbation, fingering and hand-jobs
• Using sex toys which are covered with a new condom each time you switch it with another person
• Mosquito bite
• Through air, when an HIV positive person coughs or sneezes or even spits in air.
• New or sterilized needles used for medical reason or tattooing
• Sharing swimming pools or bath tubs, showers or drinking water
• If an HIV positive person shares toilet seats, tables, door handles, cutlery, towels etc. with you.
• Through musical instruments
• With mild kissing, HIV never transfers. However, if you have bleeding gums, sores or cuts inside mouth and exchange of blood happens, HIV can happen.
What are the symptoms of HIV?
HIV symptoms in Men
- acute illness
- asymptomatic period
- advanced infection
HIV symptoms in women
- Vaginal yeast infections.
- Abnormal Pap smears.
- Pelvic inflammatory disease.
- Unusual menstrual cycles.
Our Success Stories
Best HIV CounsellorsOur approach is to help you overcome your anxiety if you happen to get into an act that might lead you to believe that you have been exposed to STDs, HIV or even AIDS. We DO NOT offer treatment. Rather, we do counselling to give you clarity on the subject, and then if at all required, we suggest you to undertake HIV tests.
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