Taking PrEP is a choice. An HIV prevention choice that is person-centered. If you are HIV-negative and feel you are at risk of getting infected, you can choose to take PrEP for as long as you need to. However, if a person is HIV-positive, they have no choice and have...
PrEP is a new, safe, HIV prevention method for HIV-negative people who feel they might be at risk of getting HIV.
PrEP is for anyone who is HIV-negative and feels they might be at risk of getting HIV. If you are unsure about taking PrEP, why not try going through this roadmap that can help you decide whether PrEP is a good option for you.
HIV prevention options include: Condoms Counselling Male medical circumcision Healthy lifestyles PrEP PEP ART for partners living with HIV Treatment for STIs
No. It only protects against HIV infection. PrEP does not protect against pregnancy or other sexually transmitted infections.