Make connections without infection
Treatment lets U be U without spreading HIV
Having HIV doesn't have to change your lifestyle. In fact, people who take HIV medications as prescribed can maintain an undetectable viral load. And undetectable = untransmittable. Now you can be who you want with whom you want, and there's zero risk of spreading HIV.
Don't be risky when you get frisky
You can be a yeti in the streets and a dragon in the sheets. However you play it, play it safe. Use condoms, PrEP (a once-daily pill for HIV prevention) or PEP (morning-after treatment for emergency HIV prevention). Choose the protection that fits your lifestyle so you can be sex positive while staying HIV negative.
Staying HIV negative is easier than ever thanks to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). By taking this pill once a day, you can help prevent HIV infection. To get started, simply visit your medical providers for lab tests and an HIV test to confirm your negative status. To be effective, you must take PrEP daily and follow up with your medical provider every 3 months.I Want to Be PrEP-ared
Condoms and PrEP should always be your first choices in preventing HIV infection. But if an accident should happen, PEP is there to help. PEP stands for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis and can be used for morning-after prevention. To be effective, PEP treatment must begin within 72 hours of exposure and continue for 28 days. Your specific PEP treatment will be determined by your medical provider based on how you were exposed to HIV.PEP to the Rescue
It's always a good idea to put it on before you get it on. In fact, using a condom makes sex 10,000 times safer than not using one. So help yourself to some free condoms, and let's keep everybody out of the danger zone.You Had Me at Free Condoms
Just a little spit and that's it
HIV testing is easier than ever with free home test kits
Knowing your HIV status is a good thing. No, really. If you're HIV positive, you can start the treatment you need to achieve an undetectable viral load (U=U) and stay healthy. And if you're HIV negative, you can keep it that way by protecting yourself going forward. So stop making excuses and start getting tested.I Want a Home Test Kit