Prevention

HOW CAN I PREVENT THE SPREAD OF HIV?

Avoid sex with
multiple partners.
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Use a sterile needle
to inject drugs. Donʼt share needles.
Use a condom.
Male condoms come to mind, but “female” condoms—which can be used by both genders—inserted into the vagina or anus provide protection.
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Pregnant? Antiretroviral
treatment can reduce mother-to-child transmission. Avoid breastfeeding.
Use a dental dam
to reduce the
risk during oral sex.
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Stay on treatment!
Antiretroviral treatment lowers the levels of HIV in your body and reduces your chances of spreading HIV.

PrEP is a pill for people who do not have HIV who want added protection. Talk with your doctor, healthcare provider or health department to see if PrEP is a good option for you.
HIV Negative? Learn about Prep

WEBSITES ON PREVENTION

VIDEOS ON PREVENTION TOPICS

PrEP — an HIV
Prevention Option
What is PrEP?
A Brief Intro.

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