consider taking a medicine every day (called PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis) if they are at very high risk of getting infected (for example, if they are in a sexual relationship with someone with HIV)
Do not inject drugs or share any kind of needle.
Do not share razors or other personal objects that may touch blood.
Do not touch anyone else's blood from a cut or sore.
What Else Should I Know?
Treatment has improved greatly for people with HIV. By taking medicines and getting regular medical care, HIV-positive people can live long and healthy lives.
People with HIV need a medical care team for the best treatment and support.