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AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a diagnosis that an HIV+ person receives from their health care provider after demonstrating specific clinical criteria. There is… no test for AIDS. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS. HIV testing is widely available and recommended for anyone who may have an exposure risk. Do any US states require mandatory premarital HIV tests? No, apparently not yet, however some states are required to offer an HIV test and AIDS information as an option: See the following: http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/Table_Marriage.htm#q http://marriagelaws.info/ "Due to the rise in HIV and AIDS, many states now require that parties applying for a marital license must be offered an HIV test and/or must be provided with information on AIDS and tests available. Presently, no states requires a mandatory premarital HIV/AIDS test." http://www.indianajustice.org/Data/DocumentLibrary/Documents/1063248158.61/view_article_publicweb?topic_id=1390010
Depends on what type of blood test you take. Regular blood tests do not show AIDS, unless you ask for the facility to look for it. If you have a blood test done for, as an exa…mple, being a blood donor, then they will look for AIDS
If you go to a gynocologist, they can tell you in a few minutes. Otherwise, if she does have sex, her hymen will break and she will bleed, which shows that nothing has penetra…ted it in the past. Or you could just ask her...
Yes. You can find a chart of all the states and their requirements for waiting periods and blood tests by googling "states that require blood test for marriage."
It varies depending on the particular type of test they do and how long the person has had the virus. Because the most common tests look for antibodies, you have to have had t…he virus for awhile for the test to be able to pick up on it. If someone contracted the virus over three months ago most tests are 99.7% accurate at that point.
I'm guessing just incase there is any known or unknow disease or virus that you may or may not be aware of that could be transmitted to your partner. But like I said I'm just …guessing It also might be to make sure you're not related to the person so you don't commit incest and have children who are mentally disabled.
A pap smear screens for cervical cancer. Blood tests can check for HIV, hepatitis, or syphilis. Additional testing for trichomonas, gonorrhea, and chlamydia is available, and …is not done with a pap smear or blood test. Contact your health care provider to ask specifically for the testing you require.
No, I do not believe a blood test is required before a marriage in Italy.
I know one reason in Illinois was to test for syphilis in either person. The marriage could not go on until the person had been treated.
that would be discrimination
It actually depends on the state. Some states still require them (Montana and Mississippi, for example).
This on its own is no issue, but when it comes to children, it can be a problem. If an Rh- woman has an Rh+ partner, and she becomes pregnant with an Rh+ baby, then her body w…ill begin to create antibodies to this Rhesus factor. If she falls pregnant again, and this baby is Rh+, the antibodies from the last pregnancy can attack the baby, and cause damage. Knowing the bloodtype is important, just on the offchance this occurs. Besides this, people in a relationship of that sort should be having regular checks for any communicable diseases.
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I believe its to make sure your not married in another state.
Blood tests are not required to obtain a marriage license in California. Both parties need to apply together at a county clerk's office with valid photo ID. If you have been …married before, you will need to know the date it ended and how it ended. Some counties may require a copy of the final judgment if your previous marriage ended by dissolution or nullity. Marriage licenses are valid for 90 days from the date of issuance.