Emergency PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis)
It is an emergency anti-HIV medicine, for those who are HIV-negative, who recently got a possible exposure.
- You should take the medicine as soon as possible, and do not exceed 72 hours after exposure.
- Taking the medicine for 28 days continuously.
- 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.