HIV self-tests are a great way to learn your HIV status on your own time and in your own space. To learn more about the different types of self-tests, check out our HIV Basics information.
It’s also important to know how to understand your test results and next steps.
To learn more about what a negative test result means, click here.
To learn more about what a positive test result means, click here.
Talk to your friends and partners about knowing your status. For tips on how to start those conversations, check out our Talk Testing Together page.
You can also check out our Let’s Stop HIV Together Testing videos if you need more information about HIV testing and how to talk about it.
No matter your test results, know you are not alone. There are many organizations out there that want to support you in your HIV journey. Use the prevention services locator to find places where you can find support and prevention services after your test.