A finger prick

Noaks Ark Småland & Halland

Mondays 5.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Note! Closed for holidays Wed 28-31
Phone: +46 (0)470-193 81

Kungsgatan 15 B
352 31 Växjö
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Noaks Ark Mosaik

Drop-in Thursdays 16-19.
Other times welcome to call and make an appointment.
Phone: +46 (0)73-947 68 30

Jörgen Ankersgatan 12
211 45 Malmö
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Noaks Ark Göteborg & Västra Götaland

You can test yourself for free and remain anonymous.
See our testing facilities.

Kungsgatan 4,
411 19 Göteborg
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If you test negative for HIV, you don’t have to worry anymore. If you test positive, you will receive medicine that will keep you healthy. Treated HIV also makes you infection-free during sex. At many of our Noaks Ark associations, you can take a quick answer HIV test. A finger-prick test – that’s all.

It is important to test yourself

HIV is a virus that causes a chronic infection. There is still no cure for HIV, but in Sweden HIV treatment works so well that people with HIV have the same life expectancy as everyone else. Treatment must be started as early as possible, as untreated HIV infection can lead to serious complications, and in the long run can be life-threatening. That is why it is important to get tested if you are exposed to HIV risk.

Protect yourself and others

Not everyone who has HIV has taken an HIV test. As a result, they are not taking any HIV medications. It is still important to use a condom if you are unsure. We need to protect ourselves and each other!

During the summer, many people travel to a greater extent and in connection with that can act more risk-taking than usual. According to a survey by the Public Health Authority, approximately 12% are infected in Sweden, the rest are infected while travelling. We want to draw attention to this and therefore highlight the importance of protecting yourself during this period.

Riksförbundet Noaks Ark

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Reliable answers about HIV

You can turn to our counseling and ask any questions you want regarding HIV or other sexually transmitted and blood-borne diseases and remain completely anonymous. The call is not registered on your phone bill.

We who answer the phones have over 30 years of experience working with HIV. We are available for you on non-holiday weekdays between 10 am and 12 pm. During week 29 and week 30, we are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.