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!

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!

TMKB Ep4: HIV 101 with Dr. Solomon

by | May 30, 2018 | HIV, PrEP | 0 comments

What is this, a crossover episode?

Today we have got Paras (Tann Mann Ki Baat series) and Dr. Solomon (Hello Doctor series) together onscreen for you, talking about HIV 101.

In the first part of this video, they are talking about the basics of HIV, like transmission of the virus, symptoms, safe sex, testing, types of tests for HIV, STIs, early diagnosis, and life after HIV. Want to know more? Watch the video!

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