European Test Week: Testing yourself for HIV and reducing the risk of neutral infections

European Test Week: Testing yourself for HIV and reducing the risk of neutral infections
European Test Week: Testing yourself for HIV and reducing the risk of neutral infections

From 20. to 27. November 2023 you will find out the European Test Week status, which will be tested beforehand, before testing for HIV, or other sexually transmitted infections (STI) tests. See if you die during the year 10. Mal statt.

Die Bedeutung der Früherkennung

Tests have been carried out since then to recognize an HIV infection, to prevent it and to treat it optimally. Your own person with the infection will be affected more quickly and you can have a good treatment, and you can prevent further damage and improve your health. The benefits of HIV treatment are possible for people with HIV, a long and healthy life, so they can continue to be successfully diagnosed and continue to receive treatment.

Anstieg der Neuinfektionen in Luxembourg

After the current data of the National Service for Infectious Diseases (SNMI) is the latest treatment of HIV patients in the year 2022, the number of people concerned: 164 persons were exposed to the current data (gegenüber 105 in the year 2021), according to 67 In the year 2022 you will be inspected during 97 years before inspecting your country and being treated in another country. Persons with HIV who have been diagnosed with HIV since 2022 in Luxembourg have been treated with the greatest number of new patients since 2022 since 51 in January 2021. Dieser Anstieg betterifft for allem Frauen, die 39% der Neuinfektionen und 49% der newly acquired Personen im Jahr 2022.

It is important to consider that the effects of sexual infections on heterosexual persons over the age of 45 years are concerned, considering the increase in the frequency of infections due to sexual contact between male persons under the age of 36 years. The results of the diagnosis of HIV infections can be made during the assessment of the tests and the assessment of mobility after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Test options

Here are more options for you to read about HIV testing:

  • The “classical” Bluttest, the 6 weeks after the last risk situation is due to the consequences, is absolutely a life-saving experience.
  • The Diagnostic Schnelltest (TROD) lasts only a few minutes after the first break of the fingers and the experience can last 12 weeks after the last risk situation. A positive TROD experience must always be of medical personal best.
  • The HIV self-test, if there is a TROD, is available in pharmacies or for ordering the HIV test. It is possible to test the house itself and to test the classic TROD starting from 12 weeks after the last risk situation. It is urgently necessary to carry out the test of a medical patient.

Research studies since the end of the year are also possible:

Durch Schnelltests (TROD, rezeptfrei, kostenlos und anonymous):

  • Assembly and meetings from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the HIV-Berodung des Roten Kreuzes (94, boulevard Général Patton, L-2316 Luxembourg).
  • Donnerstags from 12.30 to 14.30 Uhr at Zentrum LGBTIQ+ CIGALE (16, rue Notre Dame, L-2240 Luxembourg).

Durch Bluttests (rezeptfrei, kostenlos und anonymous):

  • Rund um die Uhr im Center Hospitalier de Luxembourg, Unité 20 – Maladies infectioususes (4, rue Barblé, L-1210 Luxembourg).
  • Assembly time from 7.30 am to 3.30 pm at the Laboratoire national de santé (1, rue Louis Rech, L-3555 Dudelange).
  • Montag bis Freitag from 7.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. at the Center hospitalier Emile Mayrisch (rue Emile Mayrisch, L-4240 Esch/Alzette).

The European Test Week from 20 to 27 November will be open for further testing during the next few months:

Durch Schnelltests (rezeptfrei, kostenlos und anonymous):

  • On Friday, November 24 from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM in the Letz Boys Bar (60, Grand-Rue, L-1660 Luxembourg).

Durch Bluttests (rezeptfrei, kostenlos und anonymous):

In the Laboratorien Ketterthill, Bionext, Reunion Laboratories (for the last time they were in the Krankenhaus Kirchberg and in the Zithaklinik).

Press release of the Ministry of Health

The article is in Dutch


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