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PrEP isn’t just in demand in Victoria, it’s now On Demand!

Michael chats with sexual health physician Dr. Vincent Cornelisse about Australia recently updating their guidelines to not just recommend PrEP be taken daily, but also ‘on demand’ or during events or periods of risk.

On Demand PrEP can be taken as a course of 2 pills, 2-24 hours before sex, another pill 24 hours later, and a fourth and final pill 24 hours after that. Keeping up? That’s just 4 pills to prevent HIV. If you’re not having a whole bunch of sex, but would like to protect yourself when you need it – PrEP on Demand could work for you.

On Demand PrEP isn’t for everyone though, listen in for sage advice from Vincent about starting PrEP and what to consider. Daily, or on demand?


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This show, Episode #624 originally aired Thursday 14th June, 2018.


About the author: Michael


Michael is a Health Educator at Thorne Harbour Health (formerly the Victorian AIDS Council), working in the Sexually Adventurous Men (SAM) Project and it's Down an' Dirty campaign.

- Michael is a producer, co-host and podcast editor for Well, Well, Well @ 8pm Thursday nights on JOY discussing sex, health, and well-being in our LGBTI communities.

- Michael is a producer, co-host and podcast editor for Hide and Seek @ 9pm Wednesday nights on JOY discussing gay men's sex!

Michael is also a PrEP advocate with PAN [PrEPaccessNOW], and enjoys a well made negroni.


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