This is fiercely debated in some circles, so talk with your doctor for her recommendation. If it breaks before ejaculation, have him pull out and put on a new condom.
If it breaks after ejaculation, pull out slowly and carefully, then go take a nice soapy shower or bath.
Research has shown anti-HIV drugs can reduce the risk of HIV infection in the negative partners of serodiscordant heterosexual couples and gay male couples.
(Rates for female-female couples are so low no research has been done.) Truvada is the only drug so far approved for Pre P.
It is recommended for partners of HIV-positive people and those at high risk in other ways (sexually active gay men, sex workers, IV drug users).
The user takes the medication daily, and it helps prevent them from getting HIV.
But if this is your spouse, partner, long-term main squeeze, or someone you plan to be in a serious relationship with, it’s time to talk pre-exposure prophylaxis.
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