Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PREP) Questionnaire

What is PrEP?

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a term used when HIV drugs are given to HIV-negative individuals aiming to reduce their risk of contracting HIV.

It can either be taken on a daily basis or intermittently, during periods of higher risk. Studies have shown that taking the medication consistently on a daily basis reduces the risk of HIV up to more than 73%. The daily dose is more frequently recommended to maintain protection levels. However, it can also be taken intermittently, 2 to 24 hours before having sex, then 24 hours and 48 after.

Are there any side effects?

Side effects were not frequently reported, however, it can include nausea, diarrhea, headache and tiredness. These would usually stop after 1 to 2 weeks.

Please fill out our questionnaire below.

Please rate from 1 to 5 (1-Never; 2- Rarely; 3- Sometimes; 4- Frequently; 5- Always) the following questions:

 
 
 
 
 

Please rate from 1 to 5 (1- Disagree; 2- Somewhat disagree; 3- Neither disagree or agree; 4- Agree; Strongly agree) the following questions: