If you get a blood test at the gyno, do they also test it for HIV aids?

You can ask. For an HIV screen or go to a public health clinic if you want annonymity, but your doctors cannot order an HIV test without getting your permission and informing you why. It is not a routine screen done at the gyn visit.

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Could a blood test for type screen rule out the possibility of hiv/aids?

No. Type and screen is a test to determine the blood type and antibodies to blood group antigens. It does not address hiv/aids at all and cannot rule in or rule out hiv. Read more...
No--but. A type and screen just detects blood type and if you match. However, all blood before it is available for a type and screen has been extensively tested for a wide variety of infectious disease and other disorders. Hiv is one of the infectious diesease tested. However, you should not donate blood in the hope of discovering if you have hiv. The risk to the blood supply is unethical. Read more...

Should I feel secure without having a blood test that I don't have advanced hiv/aids if I had a negative OraQuick hiv test at home?

Depends. The Oraquick test will take some time to turn positive after exposure to HIV if you get infected. You should repeat later (check package insert) to make sure you are not too early after exposure to be positive. Read more...