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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (Pr EP) is a course of HIV drugs taken by an HIV negative person to lower the chance of infection.
When taken correctly, significantly reduces the chances of becoming HIV positive.
Alternatively your partner can go to the accident and emergency (A&E) department of a hospital or a sexual health clinic (or your HIV clinic).
PEP is a month-long course of anti-HIV drugs which can stop HIV taking a hold in someone’s body if they have been exposed to it.Remember, it can take up to six months on treatment to become undetectable.Protected sex means using a male or female condom during sex if you or your partner have a detectable viral load.There is no evidence that sharing kitchen items such as cutlery poses any risk. Regarding cuts and blood spills, an HIV positive person with a detectable viral load and an open wound should not be attended to by someone who has an open wound themselves. Clean up spilt blood with hot water and bleach (one part bleach, nine parts water), while wearing rubber gloves.Again, during the everyday activities that are considered ‘risky’, the person with HIV cannot pass on the virus if their viral load is undetectable.
The risk is greater for the uninfected woman than for the uninfected man but the risk for both is real.