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#GetMeOnPrEP is your one-stop shop providing various services to meet your health needs, including linkage to support services. Connect with PlaySure staff in any of the areas below to help you live your best life!

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To Get Emergency PEP Immediately!

 

Call the NYC PEP Hotline at 844-373-7692 

Available 24 hours a day

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To speak with a specialist about starting services!

Call our STAR-PlaySure Hotline

(877) PREPME2   

 (877) 773-7632

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University Hospital of Brooklyn
470 Clarkson Avenue, Suite J

Brooklyn, NY 11203

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Thursday  1:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

Friday 9:00  AM - 5:00 PM 

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Enjoy sex with one less worry. PrEP can keep you HIV-negative

 

 If you are HIV-negative and concerned about exposure to HIV, PrEP may be right for you. PrEP is a daily pill that can protect you from HIV as long as you take it every day. Condoms provide additional protection against HIV, most sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancy.

 

PrEP protects people who are HIV-negative. You’ll have to take an HIV test before starting PrEP. You may have to take other tests to make sure it’s safe for you to use PrEP.

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IS SAFE

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is a daily pill 

EFFECTIVE

at preventing HIV transmission through sex

PrEP, has been shown to be very safe. However, like with any medication there may be minor side effects. Some people get an upset stomach when they first start taking it.

PrEP is a daily medicine that can reduce your chance of getting HIV. However, you must take to it every day to ensure that you are fully protected.  Remember, every day is everything when it comes to PrEP.

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"Can I get the vaccine?” Yes, you’re still fine to get the vaccine.

Obviously, if you have other considerations, other comorbidities, severe allergic reaction where you need an EpiPen and you have an anaphylactic reaction—those are the kinds of things that would raise my antenna a little bit and be a little bit more cautious with someone getting the vaccine. But it’s not a hundred percent contraindication to that.

People that are out there who are on PrEP, trying to prevent themselves from getting HIV and wondering if they can take the COVID-19 vaccine, they can.

Can you get the COVID vaccine if you are taking PrEP for HIV?
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