No. It is important not to share your PrEP pills. Using other people’s ART pills can lead to side effects, allergic reactions, make the medicine less effective, or you can end up without enough medication.
Taking a pill every day for ongoing protection from HIV might not be for everybody, but it is an excellent option for people at high risk of getting HIV. Most people can safely use PrEP, but a healthcare provider will need to determine if there is any reason why you...
PrEP is for anyone who is HIV-negative and feels they might be at risk of getting HIV.If you or anyone you know are unsure about taking PrEP, why not try going through this Roadmap to see if PrEP could be a good option for you
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.
A person should decide for themselves, based on their life experience, if PrEP or PEP is a good option for them. It is very important to remember that PrEP is taken BEFORE exposure to HIV, while PEP is taken AFTER exposure to HIV.