Only a medical provider can answer that question. Generally, PrEP is for anyone that has an increased risk of getting HIV. This can include people in relationships with someone living with HIV, people who don’t always use condoms or people who share needles. Studies show that it can be a good fit for people of various gender identities and sexual orientations.
Learn more about HIV, including who’s at risk, where to get tested, and how you can prevent it.