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You’ll enter your information into our easy, user-friendly online form. Don’t forget your driver’s license!
We’ll reach out to you about scheduling your first telePrEP appointment as soon as possible.
We’ll send you the at-home lab kit you’ll need to screen for STIs before starting PrEP. This is a pain-free test you can perform yourself in 5 minutes or less.
Your meds will be shipped to your door in discreet packaging within 3-5 business days!
What should sex be? Sex should be joyful, passionate, expressive, exciting. Sex should be healthy, healing, affirming and fun. Sex should happen whenever you and your partner of choice want it to, wherever you want it to.
What sex shouldn’t be is a worry or a burden. What sex shouldn’t be is unsafe.
Powered by holistic LGBTQ clinic Central Outreach Wellness Center, PrEP2Me is an online service that seeks to make PrEP and PEP easily available to patients at high risk of HIV. PrEP and PEP are the most crucial medications available today for HIV prevention.
With our easy-to-use online form, we’ll collect your information and send you the testing kit you need to begin PrEP. Then we will reach out to you to schedule an appointment with an online doctor who will help you kickstart your prescription and continue to stay protected.
Our services come at zero cost to you, smashing cost barriers and leaving you free to, well, smash! It’s impossible to overstate the importance of HIV prevention in eradicating the virus. If you’re not on PrEP, let us help you start your prescription in the easiest, safest, most convenient way possible. Just click the button below and fill out the form to get started!
HIV is the abbreviation for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a virus that directly attacks the body’s immune system.
If HIV is left untreated, it can eventually lead to a more severe condition known as AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). Once HIV has entered the body, the virus proceeds in the following stages:
Many people have symptoms within 2-4 weeks after being infected with HIV, during the acute infection stage mentioned above. These symptoms often mimic the flu and can last a varied amount of time, from several days to several weeks. Common symptoms include:
It’s important to note that these symptoms are not necessarily an indicator of HIV. Likewise, you may be infected with HIV after exposure while showing no symptoms at all.
The best way to protect yourself against HIV is by taking PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) on a daily basis. PrEP works to prevent HIV infections in your body even after exposure, and when taken every day, can reduce your risk of HIV infection by 99%.
The only way to be certain whether or not you have HIV is to get tested. If you’re unsure of your HIV status and feel you may be at risk, get tested as soon as you can -- being aware of your status is the first step toward making healthy choices regarding HIV transmission and protection.
If you’ve tested positive for HIV, don’t panic or be afraid. While there is no cure for HIV, there are plenty of accessible options for lifelong management that can keep you healthy and effectively protect both you and your partners.
PrEP2Me does not serve patients under 18. However, if you are a minor and find yourself at risk for HIV infection, call Central Outreach Wellness Center directly at (412) 322-4151, where a physician can discuss your options with you.