HIV PrEP is a medicine that stops you getting HIV.
Is HIV PrEP for me?
You should always feel in control of the sex you have and the method you choose to look after your sexual health. You should never feel pressured into not using condoms if that's your preference.
PrEP can be used with all forms of contraception. PrEP does not affect your ability to get pregnant. PrEP can be safely used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Read further information about what HIV PrEP is including:
- what will happen at your first appointment
- who should not take PrEP
- how dosing works
- possible side effects
Works with people from African communities across Scotland to improve their health and wellbeing
Hwupenyu Health and Wellbeing Project
Supports Black ethnic communities in Scotland living with chronic health conditions
PrEP & Prejudice
Aims to influence how black African communities engage in HIV prevention, specifically the use of PrEP as a HIV Prevention tool
HIV PrEP leaflet
PrEP leaflet for Black African women and men
Information about HIV PrEP for Black African women and men
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