Condoms are still the most common tool for safe sex. You can find more information here. hier.
HIV-positive people on effective HIV therapy have so few viral copies in their bodies that the viral load can no longer be detected and transmission is therefore virtually impossible. You can find more information about this here.
PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) is a way for HIV-negative people to prevent HIV infection with a high probability by taking HIV therapy for four weeks directly after the risk situation (within 48 hours). You can find more information here.
PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a way for HIV-negative people to reduce the risk of HIV infection by taking special HIV medication before they become at risk. However, PrEP is not suitable for every person and only works under certain conditions.
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You have questions about Slamming and Chemsex? Then make an appointment with our chemsex counsellor!
In this section we have compiled information for trans* people on the topic of sexual health. If you still have questions, you are welcome to make use of our counselling services at any time!
In this section you will find some links to further information for inter*sex people.