How long do I need to take PrEP? - PrEP, part 6

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Abstract:

This one-page handout with accompanying video and audio recording educates people about how long pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) should be taken. It explains that PrEP is medicine that can prevent HIV infection in those persons who are HIV-negative but are at high risk for getting it from sex or injection drug use. It clarifies that PrEP must be taken every day to be effective, and those who take it should be seen by a health care provider every 2 to 3 months. The document discusses when people may need to stop taking PrEP, or find other ways to protect themselves from HIV infection.

Text and audio are in the public domain. Graphics are copyrighted content.

Author(s):
Healthy Roads Media
Medical Review:
Yes
The English language resource was created or reviewed by a medical professional for quality and accuracy.
Development Method:
Translation from English text
Translation Review:
Company review
A qualified translation company performed an independent review by a second translator, and a client advocate.
Country:
N/A
Population:
N/A
Keywords:
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Anti-HIV agents, HIV infections, Hematologic tests, Pre-exposure prophylaxis
Copyright:
Copyrighted
Date Last Reviewed:
5/23/2017
Reviewed By:
HealthReach staff and Author/Agency

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