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Learn more about PrEP

PrEP is complicated, we’ve briefly explained it and other topics surrounding it in this film. Learn more from the Prepster’s PrEP FAQs.

Before taking PrEP, read the essential things to know before you go on PrEP from I Want PrEP Now.

See how PrEP might interact with other drugs you take by visiting HIV Drug Interactions. Check Emtricitabine (FTC) and Tenofovir-DF (or search by trade and select PrEP) against any (medical or recreational) drugs you might be taking.

Check if your country has approved PrEP access

To see if you can get PrEP in your country, and what options you have from local providers, we recommend PleasePrEPMe.Global

Get PrEP in an unapproved country

If it’s hard to get PrEP in your country, try I Want PrEP Now, a non-profit group that reviews online PrEP for safety and cost. For personal use, you may be able to get PrEP shipped to your country, or shipped to an address in an approved nation in before using an international forwarding service: e.g. Borderlinex

See how PrEP might interact with other drugs you take by visiting HIV Drug Interactions. Check Emtricitabine (FTC) and Tenofovir-DF (or search by trade and select PrEP) against any (medical or recreational) drugs you might be taking.

Campaign for PrEP Approval in your Country

Visit PrEPWatch to find and join local campaigns fighting for PrEP access near you.

If you don’t find a campaign near you, feel free to use our toolkit designed to support new PrEP campaigns.

The PrEP Activism Toolkit

Here is a toolkit of resources that can be useful in starting a campaign for PrEP access in your country (Pending)

Be sure to register your campaign at PrEPWatch so others can find and join you.

Remember that campaigns promoting PrEP are more resilient when they also combat a range of STIs.

We also recommend raising awareness about how people can live with HIV on successful treatment. Spreading PrEP knowledge and reducing HIV stigma work well together.