HIV resources.

Nowadays, HIV is a completely manageable condition. There’s a community of medical experts, peers, and allies that can help you prevent it, test for it, and treat it.

First steps after HIV exposure


Get tested.

If you suspect you’ve been exposed to HIV, you should get tested right away. Some people experience symptoms after contracting HIV while others do not, so getting tested is the only way to know for sure.


Start PEP.

PEP, or post exposure prophylaxis, is a medication that can help stop the spread of HIV in your body when taken within 72 hours of exposure.


Keep testing.

Because HIV can take a while to show up in a test, you should get tested regularly up to 3 months after exposure. Even if you don’t think you’ve been exposed, getting tested regularly is a good idea.

HIV & AIDS events.

Connect with allies and others living with HIV, find the support you need, and learn more about what’s happening in the HIV community.

Get involved

Additional Resources

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

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Talk to your healthcare provider about finding the right medication.

See if a one pill, once-daily HIV medication is right for you.

Learn more

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