Which strategies do you combine?
In the past few years, a variety of new prevention options such as such as the use of medication and rapid testing for HIV have become available that can be combined to suit to each person’s individual needs and circumstances.
Combination prevention refers to the use of a number of medical or behavioural methods before, during and after sex as well as in day-to-day life to prevent the transmission of HIV and other STIs. Wider initiatives to improve the social context and access to services also play a part in prevention.
Which of these options do you already use? Which would you be willing to try out? See our new guide to the different ways you can stay healthy and reduce the risk of HIV transmission: