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  1. I was part of the Pfizer vaccine study. Received both shots back in the summer. Only side effects I had were a very tender arm at the injection site for a few days. Recently got an antibody test, which came up positive so I either got the actual vaccine (not placebo) or was infected with covid before the I got the vaccine. There will always be a small percentage of people with severe side effects from vaccines, but the vaccine has proven to be safe for the overwhelming percentage of people. While we don't know the long term effects of the vaccine yet, we do know some of the long term effe
  2. That is fucking awful. i'm sorry you are having to deal with that. Perhaps try Truvada Access Card. Also I think the govt. cut a deal with Gilead to provide free Descovy for a couple years. You might look into that. Here is an article about options you might have [think before following links] https://www.consumerreports.org/prescription-drugs/get-the-prep-drugs-descovy-and-truvada-to-prevent-hiv-for-free/ Here is where you can apply for free PreP through the govt. [think before following links] https://getyourpreppatient.iassist.com/
  3. Anyone ever had any accidents or bad experiences or lasting effects from fisting? I have seen guys talk about the dangers or ff while on chems. i've had a couple guys want to ff me, and while it intrigues me it also makes me very nervous.
  4. what does any of this have to do with a nanny state? There is a protocol for taking prep. The govt doesn't have anything to do with the protocol. Insurance companies, hospitals, and drug companies do. Lots of medications have protocols, especially strong drugs with possible complications. There are many reasons for the PreP protocol as many in this thread have stated. It keeps you safe from side effects. It keeps you safe from developing a resistant form of hiv. It keeps the costs of health care down. It keeps hospitals, doctors, drug companies safe from being sued when people misuse
  5. Seems legitimate to be OCD about it. More so than any STD. If you get ghono, chlamydia, syphilis, or HIV those diseases only really affect yourself and those that make consensual (hopefully) decisions to engage in sex with you. If you get Covid you could potentially kill or cause permanent health damage to your family, friends, co-workers, or some random person you pass in the grocery store. Being part of a super spreader event can also paralyze your community, schools, businesses, and your local economy. The implications are significantly more than just infecting yourself. Stay paranoid
  6. There are state and federal programs right now that will pay for your Descovy or Truvada. I think the federal program only lasts a couple years, but it might be something you want to look into. [think before following links] https://www.nastad.org/prepcost-resources/prep-assistance-programs My HMO has a whole department that works with people on PreP and helps them navigate the assistance programs. California might be more progressive than other states though.
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