Testing for HIV & Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)
tSTI tests will depend on which type of sexually transmitted infection you may have. Most commonly, you will have to give a blood sample or a urine sample. The nurse or doctor testing you may also swab your genitals or throat. Blood work results usually take a week.
How do I get tested for HIV infection?
Tests to find the HIV antibody are the most widely used tests for HIV. Antibodies are proteins made by your immune system to protect you against HIV. There are 2 main tests that are commonly used to test for HIV infection.
You can get an HIV or STI test done free at your health clinic or at these locations in Regina:
AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan
1325 Albert Street
Thursdays 1:30-3:30 pm
No appointment needed.
Other locations that offer HIV & STI testing:
Sexual Health Clinic
2110 Hamilton St. rm. M100
Tues/Wed/Fri 9-11:30am & 1-4pm
Mon/Thur 12-4pm & 6-8:30pm
Planned Parenthood Regina
1431 Victoria Ave.
Street Project Van
Call for appointment (306) 766-7799
Mobile Testing Available