PrEP stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis and, in addition to the condom and protection through therapy, it offers effective protection against HIV infection when used correctly.
What is PrEP
What do I have to consider before deciding to take PrEP?
Before you make a decision to take PrEP to prevent HIV infection, you should have a consultation. Here you can clarify whether this method is the right one for you and which requirements you have to fulfill in order for it to work as well as finding out your tolerance. Here you can find counselling centers in Berlin that offer information.
In addition, a medical checkup must be carried out. Here, you can find out whether your body can tolerate PrEP, whether you may already be HIV-infected, or whether there are other sexually transmitted infections that need to be treated. You can have some of these examinations done in these counselling centers or, among others, at these doctors.
If it turns out that PrEP is the right method for you to protect yourself from HIV and your checkup is in order, you can have the medication prescribed by your doctor.
Information about PrEP and the most important answers to your questions can be found here. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Where can I get PrEP
PrEP, condoms and protection through therapy reliably protect you from HIV and can be combined with each other.
Choose what suits you best. More information here.
Are you wondering if PrEP is right for you? Inform yourself here in detail and let us help you make the right decision for you.
Infection with HIV is unlikely to occur via oral sex. Even if someone cums in your mouth, the risk remains very low. Injuries to the mucous membrane from deep throating or nasally consumed drugs increase the risk of infection. Other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as gonorrhea, chlamydia and hepatitis A and B can be transmitted during oral sex. If that happens, you can get easily treated by a doctor. Remember that some infections can be symptom-free.
Have yourself tested several times a year for HIV, hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Swabs of your dick, your ass and of your throat give you’re the security to find anything that doesn’t belong there. You can be vaccinated against hepatitis A and B.