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Let's Talk About PrEP!

PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a highly effective prevention medication for people who do not have HIV.

PrEP is available either as a daily pill or a long-acting injectable given by a healthcare provider every eight weeks. In most states, PrEP requires a prescription.

PrEP does not protect against other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Condoms protect against HIV and many other STDs, as well as pregnancy.


PrEP is a prescription medication like birth control but for HIV prevention. Find out how well it works, who it is for, and answers to other questions.


Getting PrEP

Any healthcare provider can prescribe PrEP but not all are familiar with it. Find providers knowledgeable about this prevention option.

Paying for PrEP

Most insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare, cover PrEP. There are also programs that provide PrEP for free or at a reduced cost. PrEP navigators can help.

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Real people share why they are taking PrEP to prevent HIV and how it has helped them take charge of their health.

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Find a PrEP Provider Near You

A health care provider can help decide if PrEP is a good fit for you.