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PrEP, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a powerful HIV prevention strategy where a HIV-negative person can use anti-HIV medications to reduce their risk of becoming infected if they’re exposed to the virus. Before you start using PrEP, it’s essential to make sure you’re HIV negative; you run a risk of developing HIV drug resistance if you’re already infected with HIV when you start PrEP. HIV drug resistance means certain medications will no longer keep the virus in check if you’re HIV-positive. When you’re using PrEP, you should get tested for HIV every three months to make sure PrEP is the right prevention strategy for you. You can order PrEP online from our Stay Safe section if you have a prescription. Else, please visit a healthcare professional. PrEP does not protect you from STIs and STDs, only from HIV. It is recommended to use a condom when using PrEP. For more information on PrEP, click here SHOP NOW

Ye kya hai? Here’s what you need to know.

Does not protect you from STIs and STDs, only from HIV. It is recommended to use a condom when using PEP. PEP, Post-exposure prophylaxis, or PEP, is another name for emergency HIV treatment. PEP is not a cure for HIV, it is a form of HIV prevention. It is a short course of antiretroviral drugs that stops exposure to HIV from becoming a life-long infection. Usually you should only take PEP if: It has not been longer than 72 hours since exposure to HIV You are not already living with HIV A mucous membrane (including: eyes, mouth, vagina, rectum) has had direct contact with someone’s bodily fluid that might be infectious An open wound has had direct contact with someone’s bodily fluid that might be infectious The source of exposure is infected with HIV or their HIV status is unknown. It’s normal to feel anxious about being infected with HIV. Don’t let being worried stop you from getting an HIV test. If you took PEP, get tested 3 and 6 months after potential exposure. If you didn’t take PEP, get tested 3 months after potential exposure. You can order PEP online from our Stay Safe section if you have a prescription. Else, please visit a healthcare professional. PEP does not protect you from STIs and STDs, only from HIV. It is recommended to use a condom when using PEP. For more information on PEP, click here GET TESTED
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