1. What is the main reason doctors recommend that people take PrEP?
- To reduce the risk of getting HIV from sex or injection drug use
- To reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to another person
- To protect against HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
2. Who are the best candidates for PrEP?
- Everyone should consider PrEP.
- Everyone who doesn’t have HIV should consider PrEP.
- Those who are at risk of getting HIV should consider PrEP.
3. Once you start PrEP, when should you visit your provider again?
- After starting PrEP, you needn’t see your provider again for this med.
- After you start PrEP, visit your provider every three months for follow-up testing for HIV.
- Once you’re taking PrEP, you don’t have to see your provider unless you want to stop the medication.
4. Why should people continue to use condoms if they’re taking PrEP?
- Condoms plus PrEP offer the best protection against contracting HIV and other STIs.
- To avoid acquiring HIV and not get pregnant
- Both of the above
(Answers: 1-a., 2-c., 3-b. and 4-c.)