PrEP – HIV risk prevention
October 20, 2017 TSrobbi.com
Did you know that this is a HIV preventative?
Yes, PrEP.(Pre-exposure prophylaxis)
Is PrEP effective?
2017 studies show PreP to be upto 97% effective. *IPERGAY study*
What is PrEP?
PrEP, (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) is an effective HIV prevention medication that protects HIV-negative people from acquiring HIV. PrEP taken regularly, as medically prescribed, is proven to reduce the risk of acquiring HIV by over 90%. *CDC studies*
PrEP can cause side effects like nausea in some people, but these generally subside over time. No serious side effects have been observed. Heck condoms are said to only be 98% effective in preventing the transmission of HIV. However, these two HIV preventatives used together give you some serious protection.
What is Undetectable? Are they just hiding it?
FACT- The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, just released this an office report stating that Undetectable equals Untranslatable.
Sept 27, 2017 CDC release: Scientific advances have shown that antiretroviral therapy (ART) preserves the health of people living with HIV. We also have strong evidence of the prevention effectiveness of ART. When ART results in viral suppression, defined as less than 200 copies/ml or undetectable levels, it prevents sexual HIV transmission. Across three different studies, including thousands of couples and many thousand acts of sex without a condom or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), no HIV transmissions to an HIV-negative partner were observed when the HIV-positive.
This all said, so what STD is of major concern?
Well now that we live in a world of antibiotics it’s overuse has finally caught up with us. We are now seeing STD’s morphing to the point of being antibiotic resistant. GONORRHEA, the clap, transmitted via all types of sexual activity, anal, oral, vagina, is now being call Super Gonorrhea. This year, 2017, the CDC issued a “urgent warning” to all medical doctors to be cautious when and how to prescribe antibiotics to treat Gonorrhea, as this is our last know line of defense.
Chlamydia, the most alarming STD increase in the United States. A record 1.6 million new cases reported in the US in 2016 alone.
Have you heard of HPV? Did you know there is NO treatment for HPV?
HPV is so common that most sexually-active men and women will get at least one type of HPV at some point in their lives.
If your sexually active, if you care, and if you want to know more about what I’ve discussed here then, GET EDUCATED!
Soon I’ll blog how and why myself and many others consider Pornstars and the adult industry to be one of the safest places to have both protected and unprotected sex.