I have questions about PrEP, the preventive treatment for HIV.
I forgot to take a PrEP pill, what should I do?
The ideal is to come and meet us or talk to a worker on the hotline. Indeed, it all depends on whether you are in continuous or on demand. Until you have an appropriate response to your situation, your best bet is to protect yourself with an additional PrEP tool.
I have unprotected sex, what should I do? I sleep without a condom, what should I do?
First, come and do a complete screening check-up at the Spot. You will be received without judgment with respect to your practices, we are aware that it is not always easy to protect yourself. We can do a screening in a short time (7 days), if you have unprotected sex regularly. And if the results are negative, PREP can be a prevention strategy adapted to your practices and available free of charge at the Spot. All the information is on the website http://prep-info.fr.
If I meet a guy on PrEP, can I take the condom off?
This person has protection. But if it's a casual plan and you don't know that person, you don't. It's like saying "I'm negative", would you put on a condom then? You do not know if she is well followed, if she is taking her treatment. It is not really safe to rely on the other partner's preventative means. The best is yet to have yours, to be on the safe side.
I only have unprotected blowjobs, can I get PrEP at the Spot?
PrEP is a prevention tool that you can access if you ask for it. By talking to a guide at the Spot or on the hotline about your questions and your practices, you can determine if this tool is right for you.