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18 09, 2019

HOW LONG UNTIL PREP BECOMES EFFECTIVE?

2020-07-13T15:20:07-05:00

According to the CDC, PrEP reaches maximum protection from HIV for receptive anal sex at about 7 days of daily use. For receptive vaginal sex and injection drug use, PrEP reaches maximum protection at about 21 days of daily use.

HOW LONG UNTIL PREP BECOMES EFFECTIVE?2020-07-13T15:20:07-05:00
18 09, 2019

HOW DOES PREP WORK?

2020-07-13T15:17:54-05:00

PrEP works to prevent HIV from establishing itself in someone's body even if they're exposed to HIV through sex or sharing injection equipment. Being on PrEP involves taking a pill every day and having an appointment every three months with

HOW DOES PREP WORK?2020-07-13T15:17:54-05:00
16 09, 2019

WHO CAN TAKE PREP?

2020-07-13T15:12:58-05:00

Anyone who wants to stay HIV-negative and thinks there is a chance that they may be exposed to HIV sexually or through sharing injection equipment at some point in the future. For example, if you think there's a chance you

WHO CAN TAKE PREP?2020-07-13T15:12:58-05:00
16 09, 2019

WHAT IS THE COST?

2020-08-20T13:49:23-05:00

We provide all our services at no cost to our patients, regardless of their insurance status, income, or citizenship status. These services include PrEP prescriptions and necessary monitoring tests, PEP prescriptions, STD testing, and some forms of STD treatment. We

WHAT IS THE COST?2020-08-20T13:49:23-05:00
16 09, 2019

IS PREP SAFE? WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?

2020-04-02T16:57:24-05:00

PrEP is safe, and the regimen is generally well-tolerated. The original pill used for PrEP, Truvada, has been used to treat people living with HIV since 2004. PrEP can cause mild side effects, including upset stomach, headaches, and weight loss,

IS PREP SAFE? WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?2020-04-02T16:57:24-05:00
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