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STI Testing In Dublin
 
# 1 : Wednesday 13-1-2016 @ 10:33
 
 
There'd been some discussion of HIV and STI testing in Dublin last month so I wanted to let you know that HIV Ireland's twice a month testing service is starting up again today. It runs every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 1 to 3:30pm at their offices at 70 Eccles Street, just across from the Mater Private Hospital. No appointment needed, just walk in, and it's not usually too crowded so you should have no trouble being seen.

It's a full screening (blood draw and throat swab with a nurse, self sampling for urine and anal swab) and you get results in about a week. It's open to men and women of all sexualities and is really the most pleasant and well-organised testing experience I've encountered in Dublin.
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# 2 : Wednesday 13-1-2016 @ 13:23
 
 
Thanks for the update.
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# 3 : Friday 15-1-2016 @ 16:10
 
 
Ttomorrow is the 3rd Saturday of the month so GMHS will be offering their monthly outreach HIV/STI testing service at Outhouse on Capel St. from 1:30 to 3pm. It's a walk-in service—no appointment needed—just like the Tuesday and Wednesday evening service at Baggot St., but without as long a wait! Open to gay and bi men and other men who have sex men.

Sexually active gay and bi men should get a complete screening at least once a year (and immediately if you have any symptoms or a partner has been diagnosed with anything) so if you've been putting it off, here's another chance to get checked.

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