How do I get PrEP?

Interested in starting the HIV prevention pill? Dr. Demetre takes you step-by-step through the process, from setting up your first appointment to bringing home PrEP.

Any medical professional who prescribes medications, including doctors and nurse practitioners, may prescribe PrEP. If you don’t have a regular healthcare provider or they don’t know about or are reluctant to prescribe PrEP, there are organizations across the country that specialize in helping people get on PrEP. Click here to find a PrEP-friendly provider near you.

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