PrEP is a daily pill for people who do not have HIV who want added protection. It is short for pre-exposure prophylaxis. When taken as prescribed, PrEP is highly effective in preventing HIV. Your health care provider can help you decide if PrEP is a good fit. Some things to consider: how often you (and/or your partners) use condoms; whether you know the HIV status of your partners and if they are on ongoing treatment; and/or whether you have recently had any sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
DOES PrEP WORK?
DO I CONTINUE TAKING
HOW MUCH DOES PrEP cOST?
DOES PrEP WORK AFTER HIV EXPOSURE?
Since its formation, the U.S. Women and PrEP Working Group has always included transwomen. But sometimes, inclusion isn’t enough. The Working Group is launching an affinity group (a subset of the full U.S. Women and PrEP Working Group) that will focus on naming and creating an advocacy agenda for transgender women and PrEP. The Transgender Women & PrEP Affinity Group is open to transwomen, people on the trans feminine spectrum and their allies.
To join the U.S. Women and PrEP Working Group and the Transgender Women & PrEP Affinity Group.