PrEP is not for people who are HIV positive or have recent symptoms of a new HIV infection. If you think you have symptoms of HIV, or are unsure, book an appointment with one of our doctors, to get treatment immediately. PrEP is not recommended for people who have severe kidney disease, osteoporosis, chronic hepatitis B, or pregnant. Talk to one of our doctors about getting on PrEP or finding an alternative treatment plan that is appropriate specifically for you.
Articles in this section
- PrEP for Women
- Besides the pill, what else do I have to do to get PrEP?
- Can I still get HIV while on PrEP?
- Can PlushCare prescribe PrEP?
- Does PrEP work if I think I was just exposed to HIV?
- How old must I be to enroll in PlushCare's PrEP treatment program?
- How quickly does PrEP work?
- How effective is PrEP?
- I don't have private health insurance and PrEP is too expensive.
- I have a high deductible plan or my co-pay is too high, what can I do?