FAQ Section 1

18 09, 2019

HOW DOES PREP WORK?

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PrEP must be taken consistently every day to prevent the threat of the HIV virus from copying and spreading throughout the body. You must keep your appointment with your PrEP provider every three months, which includes comprehensive lab testing, to

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16 09, 2019

WHO CAN TAKE PREP?

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If you are at least 18 years of age If you are HIV negative If you are sexually active If you may have had sex with partners who could be HIV positive If you are in a relationship with an

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16 09, 2019

WHAT IS THE COST?

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Whether you're insured or uninsured, we work to make PrEP available to you at no cost. Also, STD, HIV and HEP testing are free for all patients. We provide treatment for some STDs at no cost. HIV positive individuals can

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16 09, 2019

IS PREP SAFE? WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?

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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