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“PrEP” stands for Pre-exposure prophylaxis. PrEP has been proven effective in substantially lowering the HIV infection rate in high-risk populations such as men who have sexual relations with other men, individuals who inject drugs, and sex workers.

Is PrEP Right For Me?

Alder Health Services offers PrEP treatment for HIV prevention in an honest environment that is free of judgment. PrEP isn’t right for everyone. Talk to your doctor about PrEP if you:

  • Don’t regularly use condoms.
  • Have a sexual partner who has HIV.
  • Have a sexual partner who is high risk for getting HIV.
  • Have anal or vaginal sex with several partners, and do not use condoms.
  • Do sex work that includes anal or vaginal sex.
  • Inject drugs and share needles.