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Who is PrEP for?

PrEP is basically for anyone who wants to protect themselves from contracting HIV


 

You’ve heard a lot about PrEP. You’ve read about it in the news. You know people on PrEP. But, is it right for you? If you’re at high risk of contracting HIV, then PrEP may be right for you.

Do you agree with any of these statements?

I DO NOT USE CONDOMS EVERY TIME I AM HAVING SEX

I HAVE ANAL AND/OR VAGINAL SEX

I’M IN A RELATIONSHIP – MY PARTNER HAS HIV AND I DON’T

I AM AN INJECTION-DRUG USER

MY LAST HIV TEST WAS NEGATIVE

I HAVE MULTIPLE SEXUAL PARTNERS

I MAY NOT KNOW THE HIV STATUS OF MY SEXUAL PARTNERS

I HAVE BEEN ON PEP BEFORE (POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS) IN THE PAST YEAR

I HAVE HAD STI'S IN THE PAST YEAR

If you agree with 2 or more of the statements above, are currently HIV negative, and you are willing to take 1 pill once a day, every day, PrEP may be right for you.

 

Get yourself checked out before you order PrEP:

Before you take PrEP (and before we complete your order) you’ll need to do 3 important things:

 

  • Get an HIV test to confirm you’re HIV negative
  • Get a Hep B test to confirm you’re Hep B negative
  • Get a kidney function test to check everything’s normal

Why should I take these tests before I order PrEP?

PrEP is also active against Hep B and it is recommended that you see your GP if you are Hep B positive and wish to take PrEP.

 

PrEP can have an adverse effect on the kidneys so it is important that you check their function before you start taking PrEP, and then at regular (at least once a year) intervals for as long as you continue to take it.

 

Why not get a full STI screen at the same time? It’s always good to get a full check up to give you confidence.

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