Getting Tested Is The New Sexy!

The key to stay safe is getting regularly TESTED for HIV and other sexual diseases/infections every 3-6 months and knowing HOW to keep yourself safe. Safe Masti is your one-stop solution for testing clinics/labs, useful information on preventing HIV, and de-stigmatising life after HIV. Let’s start now!

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What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?

HIV is a virus which can infect humans through sex, through blood transfusions, through sharing needles and from mother to child. AIDS is a condition which occurs many years after infection with HIV (if no treatment is taken) due to the damage the HIV virus causes to...

I have just been diagnosed with an STD. What do I do now?

Do not panic. Calm down. The biggest hurdle in treating STDs and HIV is knowing who has the illness. Now that we know you have, half of the battle is won. Most STDs have complete cure with a short course of antibiotics. Even those which do not have a cure, can be very...

What are the major STDs that I must know of?

What are the major STDs that I must know of? There are many kinds of STDs that have been known to cause illness in humans. The common ones are listed here- HIV or Human immunodeficiency virus Symptoms: Starts as a flu like illness with fever, head ache, body ache,...

Some FAQ on HIV/AIDS

Is it enough to observe safe sex measures to protect yourself from HIV and other STDs? No. A sexually active lifestyle automatically exposes you to the risk of contracting STDs or becoming HIV+. Especially if you have multiple sexual partners. While you can greatly...

Why are men who have sex with men at higher risk for HIV/STD?

There are multiple reasons of higher risks Types of sexual activities they engage in (particularly high-risk is anal sex), Multiple sexual partners High use of injectable and non-injectable drug use (when under the influence of these drugs, chances of taking risks...

All you need to know about “Safe Sex”

What is safe sex? Safe sex is all about having fun sex without running the risk of acquiring Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). This includes taking certain responsible measures before, during and after sex. Sounds complicated? Far from it! Safer Sex is all about:...

Get Tested For HIV and Precautions

My partner has HIV. What precautions do I need to take? Do not need to stress. With proper precautions and information, couples or sexual partners can reduce (but not eliminate) the risk of transmitting HIV to the healthier partner: Consult a doctor and get advice on...

How HIV is transmitted and it’s prevention

How do I ensure I do not transmit HIV to anyone around me? If you have been tested positive for HIV and are worried about transmitting the virus to those around you (family, friends, care providers, partners, colleagues, etc), here’s what you need to know: HIV is NOT...

Time to get tested for HIV and living healthy life.

When to start HIV treatment? The treatment should start as soon as you are tested positive. Absolutely Anyone with HIV infection, regardless of CD4 T cell count, should be offered antiviral medication as soon as possible. HIV therapy is particularly crucial for the...

Living Positive with HIV/AIDS

What are the thoughts (and challenges) that will come to you if you are HIV positive? How to address these thoughts? HIV infection affects all dimensions of a person’s life: physical, psychological, sexual, and social. Counselling and social support can help people...

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