I’ve been with my amazing boyfriend for many months now and we’re both feeling like we’re ready to ditch the condoms. The thing is, he’s HIV positive and undetectable. He’s suggested I go on PrEP. Do I need to?
The Australian Government Minister for Health has announced that from April 1, 2018, PrEP will be listed on the pharmaceutical …
PrEP has been recommended for listing as a government subsidised medicine
He’ll be here soon. We’ve had sex before, but I wasn’t on PrEP back then. How’s he going to respond when I tell him, and what’s going to happen?
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