HIV Test Cost in Bengaluru

HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) infection results in a life-threatening disease called AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome). According to medical literature, India is the third largest population in the world suffering from HIV. The below mentioned list has been made with the sole intent of helping you find the right HIV testing centers in the city of Bengaluru.

HIV Test at Malleshwaram

HIV Test at Malleshwaram

Location: Isha Diagnostics, No.311, Sampige Road, Between 15th & 16th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003
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HIV Screening
500/- 400/-
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HIV 1 & 2 Elisa
1200/- 960/-
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HIV Western Blot
2400/- 1920/-
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HIV Test at Wilson Garden

HIV Test at Wilson Garden

Location: M G Diagnostics, No.5/2, 13th Cross, Hosur Road, Wilson Garden, Bangalore - 560027, Near Brand Factory & Nimhans
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HIV RNA PCR (Qualitative)
4500/- 3500/-
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Following are the HIV Test centers from most reputed pathology / radiology labs in Bengaluru.

Executive Health Checkup
Full Body Health Checkup
Master Health Checkup
HIV Test by M2B Labs - (HSR Layout)

7,150/-

M2B Labs - (HSR Layout)

Area: HSR Layout [Bengaluru] - 02
9008592405

HIV Test by M2B Labs - (HSR Layout)

5,390/-

M2B Labs - (HSR Layout)

Area: HSR Layout [Bengaluru] - 02
9008592405

HIV Test by Radocs Diagnostics [Chamarajpet]

5,000/-

Radocs Diagnostics [Chamarajpet]
Sri Sai Ram Towers, 24, 5th Main Rd.
Area: Chamrajpet [Bengaluru] - 18
7410083518

HIV Test by Dr. Lal Path Labs (Bangalore)

5,000/-

Dr. Lal Path Labs (Bangalore)
Sample Collection All Over Bangalore Area
Area: Bengaluru -
7410037366

HIV Test by Duplicate Dr Lal Path Labs

5,000/-

Duplicate Dr Lal Path Labs
No.110, Gnd. Flr., Vision Cinema Complex, Double Rd., Diagonally Opp. To Big Bazaar, K H Rd.
Area: J P Nagar [Bengaluru] - 27
7410037366

HIV Test by Clumax Diagnostics (Thippasandra)

4,800/-

Clumax Diagnostics (Thippasandra)
Krishna Quoin, First Main, First Cross, Opp. Veer Hanuman Temple, HAL 3rd Stage, Indira Ngr., New Thippasandra
Area: Indiranagar [Bengaluru] - 38
080-4252-7777

HIV Test by Ebisu Diagnostics [HSR Layout]

4,620/-

Ebisu Diagnostics [HSR Layout]
2342, 27th Main Rd., Opp. to Gayatri Temple, 17th Cross Rd., Vanganahalli, First Sector
Area: HSR Layout [Bengaluru] - 02
7410083518

HIV Test by Mediclu Diagnostics [Nagarbhavi]

4,620/-

Mediclu Diagnostics [Nagarbhavi]
No 79, kendra upadyayara sangha layout, Ngr.bhavi circle
Area: Nagarbhavi [Bengaluru] - 72
7410083518

HIV Test by Medcis Labs (Bangalore)

4,200/-

Medcis Labs (Bangalore)
Domlur Layout, Indiranagar, Bengaluru
Area: Indiranagar [Bengaluru] -
7410037366

HIV Test by Ikaria Speciality Clinic

4,200/-

Ikaria Speciality Clinic
171, Panduranga Ngr.,First Cross, Off Bannerghatta Rd.
Area: Bannerghatta Road [Bengaluru] - 76
8884445400

The risk factors associated with HIV infections are listed below:

  1. Using contaminated needles and syringes: Use of non-sterile or contaminated needles can spread HIV infection.
  2. Sharing of needles and syringes: HIV infection can also occur when needles and syringes are shared.
  3. Hepatitis B infection: Patients of Hepatitis B are prone to catch HIV infection due to low immune power.
  4. Tuberculosis (TB): Diseases such as Tuberculosis can be risk factors for HIV infection.
  5. Blood transfusion: If blood is not tested properly for HIV infection, during blood donation and storage, chances of HIV infection from blood transfusion increase. Cases of HIV infection through blood transfusion have been reported.
  6. Unsafe sexual activity with HIV positive or multiple partners: Unprotected sex is the major risk factor in getting HIV infection. People who have had past or current HIV-positive sex partners are prone to get HIV infection.
  7. Presence of sexually transmitted disease (STD) such as Syphilis: People treated for sexually transmitted disease are at high risk of getting HIV infection.

Listed below are the important tests for detection of HIV infection:

Antibodies against HIV are detected by:

  1. Elisa test
  2. Western blot test
  3. Antibody differentiation test

Tests for detection of HIV antigen are:

  1. Antigen p24 test
  2. PCR for plasma HIV RNA test

Pregnant women and HIV infection

The chances of having HIV infection in a baby increases in case of HIV positive women. Timely detection and treatment are important in reducing the risk of HIV infection in new-born in such cases.