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3150 Clarksville St, Paris, TX 754603150 Clarksville St
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  • Mon 6:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Quest Diagnostics - 3150 Clarksville St
I came in one day without an appoint and waited two hours as a walk-in before I had to leave without being tested. I made an appointment through Quest Lab Testing for the next day, showed up on time, got tested easily and was on my way in 15-20 minutes. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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The HIV Test allows you to check for the presence of both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibodies (HIV-1 and HIV-2) and HIV antigen.
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Our STD Basic Screening Panel checks for the 4 most common sexually transmitted infections: chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV-1, and HIV-2.
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Paris HIV Testing

Who should get tested for HIVs?

According to the CDC, everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 should get tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care. However, those with certain risk factors should get tested more often. These risk factors include being a man who has sex with men, having had sex with an HIV-positive partner, having had more than one sexual partner since your last HIV test, or having shared needles or works to inject drugs.

Importance of getting tested

Getting tested for HIV is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, it allows for early diagnosis and treatment, which can significantly improve health outcomes and life expectancy. Secondly, knowing your HIV status can help protect your partners from becoming infected. Lastly, it can also help reduce the stigma associated with HIV, as it encourages open discussion and awareness about the disease.

HIV testing options in Paris, TX:

Urgent care and walk-in clinics

There are several urgent care and walk-in clinics in Paris, TX, where you can get tested for HIV. These include the Paris Regional Medical Center: Emergency Department and Salas Minor Emergency Center. You can book same-day and next-day testing appointments at these locations through Solv’s website and mobile app.

Primary care providers

Your primary care provider can also administer an HIV test. If you don't have a primary care provider, Solv can help you find one in the Paris, TX area.

Free STD testing and community health centers

There are also community health centers and free STD testing clinics in Paris, TX, such as the Complete Care Clinic. These centers provide confidential and free or low-cost testing.

At-home testing

At-home testing kits for HIV are also available. These can be purchased online or at a local pharmacy. They provide a convenient and private way to get tested.

Prevalence of HIVs in Paris

According to the CDC, the prevalence of HIV in Paris, TX, is lower than the national average, but it is on par with other nearby cities such as Toco, Blossom, Roxton, Detroit, and Deport. However, it's important to note that rates can vary widely, and it's always important to get tested if you are at risk.

Risk factors related to HIVs in Paris

Risk factors for HIV in Paris, TX, include unprotected sex, multiple sexual partners, and sharing needles for drug use. Other factors that can contribute to the spread of HIV include lack of awareness about HIV status and lack of access to healthcare.

Other STDs in Paris

In addition to HIV, other common STDs in Paris, TX, include gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and hepatitis. These diseases can also be tested for at the same locations mentioned above. Like HIV, these STDs can be effectively managed and often cured with early detection and treatment.


Solv has strict sourcing guidelines and relies on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical associations. We avoid using tertiary references.

  1. Diagnoses of HIV Infection in the United States and Dependent Areas, 2020: Tables (CDC)
  2. Sexually Transmitted Diseases — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases*, United States, 1941–2021 (CDC)
  3. Chlamydia — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2021 (CDC)
  4. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2021 (CDC)
  5. Primary and Secondary Syphilis — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2021 (CDC)
  6. Atlas Plus (CDC)
  7. County Health Rankings


  • Who should get an HIV test?

    Everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 should take an HIV test at least once in their lives. Some people are more likely to get HIV and should be tested more regularly. Those who have had sex with an HIV-positive partner, those who inject drugs, sexually active gay men, and those who have unprotected sex are all included. You should get checked every 6-12 months if you have any of these risk factors.

  • How do they test for HIV?

    Antibodies created by your body in reaction to the virus are examined in HIV tests. A blood test or a sample of cells obtained from the inside of the cheek can be used to do this. After that, the sample is transported to a lab, where a technician will look for antibodies.

  • How long should I wait to get an HIV test?

    It can take a long time for your body to build enough antibodies for an HIV test to detect the illness if you become sick. It may take 3-12 weeks for your blood to contain adequate antibodies. Even if you have HIV, you could have a negative test result during this time.

  • How long will I have to wait for HIV test results in Paris?

    Because the sample must be sent to a laboratory for investigation, most HIV test results might take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. On the other hand, some Paris clinics or doctor's offices may offer rapid HIV testing, which can deliver a diagnosis in as little as 20 minutes. Rapid HIV testing involve a little sample of blood or fluid obtained from the mouth. You'll need a follow-up blood test to confirm the diagnosis if a fast test comes up positive.

  • How much does an HIV test cost?

    A variety of factors influence the cost of an HIV test, including the type of test you receive, the location where you are tested, and whether or not you have health insurance. HIV testing may be provided for free or at a low cost by some clinics or health authorities. If you're a college student, you might be able to get free HIV tests through your school.

  • Is HIV testing covered by my insurance?

    The majority of insurance coverage cover HIV testing. The Affordable Care Act mandates that all new health plans provide free HIV testing for those aged 15 to 65. If you have any doubts about what is covered under your individual health plan, you can always call your insurance company or go to their website.

  • Where can I get an HIV test in Paris?

    Many Paris health clinics, doctor's offices, and the health department offer HIV testing. Some pharmacies with on-site clinics may also be able to give HIV testing. Even though some clinics accept walk-in appointments, making an appointment ahead of time will save you time and ensure that you receive your test on the same day.

  • Can I get a same-day appointment for HIV testing?

    Yes, Solv offers same-day and next-day HIV testing appointments. We collaborate with thousands of healthcare providers across the country to make it easier for everyone to access the medical assistance they require quickly and conveniently. On our website, you can choose a physician near you and make an appointment right now.

  • How can I book an HIV test on Solv?

    Simply type "HIV test" and your location into our website's search box. You'll find a list of providers and their available appointment times on the next page. Fill out the form to arrange an appointment at a time and location that is convenient for you. Make certain that your appointment is for "HIV testing."

  • Can I test myself for HIV at home?

    Although there are several home HIV tests available, not all of them are accurate or FDA-approved. For a home test, you'll need a swab from the inside of your mouth or a blood sample taken with a finger pricker. If you get a positive result on a home HIV test, you should see a doctor to confirm the diagnosis and start treatment.

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