Where can you get tested for HIV?
It is important to get tested regularly (every 6 months or annually at most) to see if you are HIV positive. Testing is anonymous and confidential, free of charge and you can get the results within a matter of days. For additional information you can call the AIDS helpline of KEELPNO (Greek Center for Disease Control and Prevention) at +30 210 72 22 222
If you think you have got infected with HIV
If you have any reasons to believe that you might have had a dangerous sexual contact or you have got infected with HIV by some other way, immediately go to the nearest hospital or HIV Infection Unit (find out the one closer to you at +30 210 7222222) and ask for PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis). This must happen as soon as possible, within 72 hours of the time you think you might have got infected with HIV.
Caution! PEP is actually antiretroviral therapy and you must follow it for a certain period of time (it is not a one-day treatment). It would be good not using it in vain.