CONDOMS

Use them on the go, last minute or all the time.

If you have sex with different guys (or girls), a condom provides you with the best protection. Using a condom during anal sex protects you both against HIV and other STIs. By using a condom you are in charge of you own protection without depending on others.

 

Condoms are still ‘ hot and happening’; they come in all different shapes and sizes, so there will always be one that suits you. The days when condoms were thick and rigid are over. So your condom doesn’t only give you protection but are also pleasant to wear. And don’t forget to use plenty of lube while having anal sex!

 

For the best advice and different sizes condoms go here.

You are in a monogamous relationship, so you and your boyfriend don’t have other sex-partners. 

Get yourself vaccinated against Hepatitis A & B. These are very serious infectious viruses which are easy to prevent by vaccination.

By using a condom you are always in charge of your own protection without depending on anyone else.

Undetectable = Untransmittable.
If you have HIV and are on effective treatment and achieved an undetectable viral load for 6 months it cannot be passed on.

PrEP can give you extra protection from getting HIV. It is a pill you take daily or just before / after sex and can lower the risk of getting HIV by over 90%. 

PEP is a last resort HIV prevention strategy that can be used after being exposed to the virus to reduce the risk of becoming infected. 

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