They stressed that the high STI rate with as-needed Pr EP needs to be addressed. Efficacy of on demand Pr EP with TDF-FTC in the ANRS IPERGAY open-label extension study.
Although the CDC has yet to sanction before- and after-sex Pr EP in the United States, the strategy is now recommended in France, Britain, the European Union, and Canada.
A single man became infected with HIV during the open-label extension.
A whopping 41 percent of men fractured their penis during doggy style, followed by missionary and woman-on-top.
The severity of the fracture was similar between doggy and missionary, but significantly worse when comparing doggy and woman-on-top, the study found.
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At the end of follow-up, HIV incidence measured 6.60 new infections per 100 person-years in the placebo group, 0.91 per 100 with TDF/FTC in the randomized phase of the trial, and 0.19 per 100 in the open-label phase.
After a median 18.4 months of follow-up, men taking TDF/FTC had a 97% relative reduction in new HIV infection compared with the placebo group.The girls are back together after a break, and their periods are no longer in sync.Which means, Alia is scaring the sh*t out of sensitive ass Von Decarlo with her fire...The rate of condom-free receptive anal sex rose from 77% at the start of the open-label phase to 88% at the end of follow-up, a significant jump (P = 0.0003). Rates of all STIs climbed from 37% of men in the double-blind phase of IPERGAY to 58% in the open-label phase, as first STI incidence rose from 35.2 to 40.6 cases per 100 person-years. The IPERGAY researchers concluded that "low condom use in the open-label phase did not undermine efficacy" of as-needed Pr EP with TDF/FTC. He got diagnosed with HIV 40 days later but reported not using Pr EP in months.