Emergency PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)
It is an anti-HIV medicine that prevents infection for HIV-negative people. It is taken before having an exposure to infection, and continue until there is no longer a risk.
- Take PrEP daily, once a day. (or as instructed by your doctor)
- Do blood tests to follow up the effectiveness of the medication every 3-6 months.
- It cannot prevent pregnancy or other STDs such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, or syphilis. So, you should still use condoms.
- PrEP may be suitable for you if you really cannot use condoms, or using drugs while having sex.
*Take PrEP daily, once a day to prevent HIV
*You need to see a doctor incase of first time taking PrEP or everytime taking PEP