Explore the power of PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) in safeguarding your sexual health and discover how it can offer you the opportunity to take control of your sexual health after potential exposure to HIV.

How can you get PEP? 

PEP is typically available through healthcare professionals, emergency rooms, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. If you believe you've been exposed to HIV, it's essential to speak to your healthcare professional as soon as possible. They will help assess your risk factors and determine whether PEP is appropriate for you. If you are prescribed PEP, it's essential to follow the treatment regimen diligently, correctly, and as prescribed by your healthcare professional to ensure that the treatment is as effective as possible.  

PEP is a valuable treatment that can be used to protect yourself against HIV transmission and offer you a way to take control of your health after potential exposure to HIV. By understanding PEP, knowing when to access it, and following the prescribed treatment regimen, you can empower yourself to safeguard your sexual health and well-being.  

Part 1 | PEP’s Role in Your Health


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