Emergency PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis)


It is an emergency anti-HIV medicine, for those who are HIV-negative, who recently got a possible exposure.

  1. You should take the medicine as soon as possible, and do not exceed 72 hours after exposure.
  2. Taking the medicine for 28 days continuously.
  3. Follow up with blood tests as recommended by your doctor.

Doubt the exposure and unsure of the risks, you may consult with the doctor immediately and get a blood test right away.