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What is PrEP?

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a powerful tool in the fight against HIV and an important option for people at high risk of contracting the virus. Our team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing accurate information and access to PrEP medication to help reduce the risk of HIV infection. We understand the importance of taking control of your sexual health and our goal is to provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment for our patients. Our healthcare professionals will work with you to determine if PrEP is right for you and provide the necessary information and support to help you stay on track with your medication. Don’t let HIV risk control your life, take charge of your sexual health with PrEP. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.


Whether this is your first encounter or you've been here before, the good news is Prep is highly effective when taken as prescribed. Prep is the treatment of choice for you.
  1. PrEP is intended for people who are HIV-negative and at high risk of contracting the virus through sex, specifically for people who are in an ongoing sexual relationship with an HIV-positive partner and for men and transgender women who have sex with men and who have a high number of partners, a history of sexually transmitted infections, or inconsistent condom use. Injection drug users or individuals who share needles also should consider taking PrEP

  2. When taken consistently as prescribed, PrEP has been shown to be highly effective in reducing the risk of HIV infection. According to the CDC, when taken daily, PrEP can reduce the risk of HIV infection by more than 90%.

  3. The duration of PrEP use will be determined by your healthcare provider and will depend on your specific risk factors. PrEP should be continued as long as an individual remains at risk for HIV.

  4. PrEP is typically covered by most insurance plans, including Medicaid. Additionally, there are programs to help people who are uninsured or underinsured afford the medication.

  5. Most people who take PrEP experience no side effects, but some people may experience mild side effects such as stomach discomfort, headache, or fatigue. These side effects are usually short-lived and do not require stopping the medication.

  6. No, PrEP should not be used as a replacement for condoms, it works in conjunction with other preventive measures, condoms, for example, to reduce the risk of other STIs.

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