Tests

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Tests

Our test offer at the Checkpoint has been open again since June 2020.
However, the test procedure has changed.
Visits to the Checkpoint Ulm are now only possible with an appointment.
Make an appointment in advance by mail checkpoint@aidshilfe-ulm.de

After making an appointment, please fill in at home the online questionnaire with your call number.
Click here for the online questionnaire.     

You find the Checkpoint at the AIDS Hilfe, Furttenbachstr. 14, 89077 Ulm (Entrance at the corner Zinglerstraße).

Available tests at our Checkpoint

  • HIV rapid test 20 €
  • HIV rapid test + Syphilis laboratory test 25 €
  • HIV laboratory test 15 €
  • Syphilis laboratory test 8 €
  • Hepatitis C laboratory test 15 €
  • Hepatitis B laboratory test 15 €
  • Hepatitis B titer test 15 €
  • Chlamydia/gonorrhoea combined
  • laboratory test (throat or anal swab; vaginal smear or urine sample) 20 € each

All tests are performed anonymously. Each test is preceded by a personal advising. During the tests a physician is present.
You can call up the results of the laboratory tests one week later.

Now new: HIV rapid test during the day

You can also take a rapid HIV test from Monday to Thursday after making an appointment with the Ulm AIDS Aid.

Please make an appointment by phone mail checkpoint@aidhilfe-ulm.de


The HIV rapid test is anonymous and costs 20 euros.


Please only request the advice center with FFP2 mouth-nose protection.
Please do not come if you feel sick and / or have cold / flu symptoms!

Dates for 2021

always from 17:30 – 20:00 o'clock

The Dates for 2021:

04.08. & 11.08.2021

01.09. & 08.09.2021

06.10. & 13.10.2021

03.11. & 10.11.2021

01.12. & 08.12.2021

However, the test procedure has changed.
Visits to the Checkpoint Ulm are now only possible with an appointment.
Under the following conditions, personal counseling sessions and tests for sexually transmitted diseases can be offered every 1st and 2nd Wednesday of the month at the checkpoint:     Make an appointment in advance by email
checkpoint@aidshilfe-ulm.de        
After making an appointment, please fill in at home   the online questionnaire with your call number.      
Click here for the online questionnaire. You can find the rest of the procedure and information under Current.

You find the Checkpoint at the AIDS Hilfe, Furttenbachstr. 14, 89077 Ulm (Entrance at the corner Zinglerstraße).

The most important information on tests at a glance

An overview, more informations under "Topics"

If you are afraid of having been infected with HIV, you should seek advice. In the case of an actual HIV infection risk, an HIV test will provide assurance. • Knowing of an HIV infection allows timely access to effective treatment options. • Inform yourself about possible social and legal disadvantages following an HIV test or a positive test result during the consultation session. • It is your free choice whether you want to get tested or not. No one is allowed to perform an HIV test without your knowledge and your consent. You must not be forced to perform an HIV test. • Using a laboratory test, which detects antibodies and parts of the virus (antigen), an HIV infection can be certainly excluded already six weeks after the risk situation. Using a rapid test or just an antibody-based test an HIV infection can be certainly excluded three months after the risk situation. • An HIV test is no preventive action. You can only protect yourself following the Safer Sex and Safer Use rules.


 

 

Mitarbeiterinn AIDS-Hilfe Ulm

Dr. biol. hum. Waltraud Schwendele

Checkpoint
Prävention
Public relations
Rainbow Team

Diploma social worker (FH)

Checkpoint coordination, prevention at schools, contact person for the Rainbow team, prevention work for men who have sex with men (MSM)

 
Benno

Benno Baumgärtner

Executive board

Area of ​​responsibility:
public work/ prevention/ internet

Bernhard

Bernhard Eberhardt

Prävention
Public relations

Diplom Sozialarbeiter (FH)

Prevention events, campaigns for World AIDS Day, press and media work, website