Getting ready to be wild wild wet? Your wet dreams may cum true this Songkran! But the party doesn’t start until you know your HIV status and understand all the vital information relating to your sexual health. That is why TestBKK is here to get you covered, from top to bottom, this festive season!
Available HIV Testing during Songkran
TestBKK’s commitment to protecting your sexual health is bigger than any size queen could dream of. As most of the clinics are closed during Songkran holiday, we ensure that there are clinics that will still he open for you to get tested for HIV and other sexual transmitted diseases.
Note: Free HIV testing is only applicable Thai gay men.
Free HIV Testing at gCircuit SK11
TestBKK is once again erecting its solid booth at Asia’s biggest gay dance parties this Songkran festival. Visit our booth to take a picture with a bunch of hot shirtless men and get cool freebies. At every evening parties. we also have a popup clinic in the “first aid area” for you to take FREE TESTING for HIV and siphilis. Get your testing queue number between 20.00 to 24.00. The testing will be done privately and anonymously and you can get the result within the same night.
In Case of Emergency
Remember Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night” song and the scene where she wakes up with a naked hot guy next to her but not remembering what has happened the night before? Well, that may be your case this Songkran holiday. If you are HIV negative and you know or think you may have been exposed to HIV (for example, a condom broke or you didn’t use one), you should visit the emergency department of any hospitals or visit one of TestBKK’s gay-friendly clinic partners to get PEP. PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a 28-day course of anti-HIV medication that may be able to prevent you from getting infected. You should start PEP within 72 hours after the exposure.
PrEP, the New HIV Prevention Strategy, is now Available and Affordable
You should love condoms as much as you love your pop diva! But if you’ve been irregularly using condoms during your last sexual encounters, perhaps this is the time to think of taking PrEP daily! What is PrEP, you asked. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a powerful new HIV prevention strategy where a HIV-negative person can use anti-HIV medications to reduce their risk of becoming infected if they are exposed to the virus. It is an additional tool for people to consider, after all the best prevention you can choose is one that you can use correctly and constantly.
Source: http://www.testbkk.org/en/news/make-your-songkran-holiday-sexier-wilder-and-safer#gCircuit SK10