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PEP: Post-exposure Prophylaxis Helps Prevent HIV Infection

The best care

  • We can prescribe PEP to you at our office.

  • These medications are taken after possibly being exposed to the HIV virus

  • PEP should be taken only in an emergency situation

  • PEP must be started within 72 hours of possible exposure.

  • You need PEP if think you may have been exposed to HIV during sex (for example, if the condom broke),

  • You need PEP if you may have been exposed through shared needles and works to prepare drugs (for example, cotton, cookers, water),

  • You need PEP if you were sexually assaulted. If you believe you were sexually assaulted please call the police immediately and go to the closest emergency room.

  • You need PEP if you are a healthcare worker and may jave been exposed to HIV.

If you have any questions about the PEP or the services we offer please call us now. at 305 448-8134. You may click book an appointment below and schedule your own appointment online.

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