PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a prescription medication taken by an HIV-negative person prior to risking exposure in order to prevent the occurrence of HIV infection. Moreover, it can reduce the risk of contracting the illness by up to 99%. It is important to note that PrEP is different from PEP, or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis, which is taken by a HIV-negative individual after exposure.
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also referred to as ‘PrEP’, are medications that help protect a person from HIV infection. Through the regular administration of PrEP pills, a person can reduce the chances of contracting HIV by up to 99%. Here at Indogenmed.com, we are dedicated to helping our customers protect themselves from HIV by providing them with an easy and convenient way to purchase their PrEP medications.
HIV is contracted most often through unprotected sexual intercourse (90%), followed closely by exposure to infected blood through contaminated, or used, needles (70%). Unlike PEP (Post-exposure Prophylaxis), PrEP offers more long-term protection.
PrEP pills are also prescribed to people who have also been given non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and engage in continued risk behavior or have already gone through multiple courses of PEP.
PrEP pills must be taken as prescribed because they won’t be as effective if taken after broken intervals. Additionally, PrEP pills are advised to be taken by people who are at high risk of being exposed to and infected by HIV. Individuals who want to begin PrEP treatment must first consult with a doctor to determine their dosage.
People should also be proactive in discussing PrEP treatment with their doctor if they:
Have had a sexual partner who has tested positive for HIV
Engages in unprotected sex
Have been diagnosed with any STD within the last 6 months
Share needles, syringes, or equipment to administer drugs
Have an injection partner who has tested positive for HIV
As mentioned, it is important to consult with your doctor prior to seeking PrEP treatment. Although most people don’t face any significant side-effects from PrEP medication, some have complained of stomach-aches or hunger pains. However, it is of note that these side effects, when present, are usually mild and will subside after a while.
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We are determined to help raise awareness of the prevalence of HIV among the Philippine public to hopefully lower their chances of infection through providing them with accessible and affordable PrEP medication
It is important to consume PrEP pills daily, as directed by your physician. Skipping doses would only lead to the reduction of the drug’s effectiveness. Individuals who are on PrEP medication must make regular visits to their doctor in order to help ensure that it is, indeed, taking effect and preventing infection. Should you experience any side effects or any adverse effects, it is also very important to discuss these with your doctor.
In general, it is also advisable to use protection during sexual intercourse to avoid other sexually transmitted diseases. Additionally, make sure to get yourself checked regularly for STDs even while on PrEP. If somehow, you still end up infected by HIV while on PrEP medication, make sure you stop taking your pills immediately as this will only make the virus more difficult to control through treatment.