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Basic Fact Sheet Detailed Version Basic fact sheets are presented in plain language for individuals with general questions about sexually transmitted diseases. The content here can be syndicated. Print Version pdf icon. This is because the same behaviors and circumstances that may put you at risk for getting an STD also can put you at greater risk for getting HIV. It can. The risk of getting HIV also may be reduced if your partner takes PrEP medications, as prescribed, after discussing this option with his or her healthcare provider and determining whether it is appropriate.
PrEP is much less effective if Std free is not taken consistently. If you get treated for an STD, this will help to prevent its complications, and prevent spreading STDs to your sex partners. Box Rockville, MD E-mail: npin-info cdc. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to options Skip directly to A-Z link. Section. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Syndicate.
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