Steps to help you get started on PrEP
Consult a doctor
It is important to consult a doctor to find out if you are eligible for PrEP.
Get tested for HIV
PrEP is prescribed to people who are HIV negative and have a higher chance of coming into contact with HIV. Before starting PrEP, you will need to complete an HIV test and get a negative result.
Conduct blood tests
You will need to conduct a few blood tests to check kidney function and test for STIs.
This is done in order to ensure that PrEP treatment doesn't affect your body and health adversely.
Get PrEP prescription
After consulting with your doctor and the preliminary tests are done, you will be written a prescription for PrEP.
Take PrEP exactly as prescribed to stay protected and ensure its effectiveness.
Get support through your PrEP journey
Once you start PrEP, we offer ongoing support through our virtual counsellors. You also will have routine visits to your doctor to monitor your health and wellbeing. We are here to ensure that your PrEP journey is smooth, safe, and effective.
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to stay protected
If you are looking for PrEP treatment, you can contact our offices at the following addresses given below. Additionally, you can also get in touch with us on the phone and speak to a counsellor to get started on PrEP. We ensure complete confidentiality and compassionate care.