If you have had a condom failure or may have recently been exposed to HIV through unprotected sex, you need to see a doctor as soon as possible.
PEP or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a combination of anti-HIV medication that can prevent you from becoming HIV positive if you think you were exposed to the the virus.
The doctor will assess your risk factors for acquiring HIV infection, and Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) will be prescribed. PEP comprises of a combination of anti-HIV medications.
PEP if taken within 72 hours can prevent you becoming infected with HIV. PEP needs to be taken for 28 days.
- Drop by DSC Clinic at 31 Kelantan Lane first thing in the morning.
On weekends or public holidays:
- Go to the emergency department of any hospital and request for PEP, and follow the instructions from the doctor on duty.
- PEP cost $500 to $1200 depending on the course of medication required, but there are cheaper alternatives.
- If he can’t afford it, message us and we can try to help out.
DSC Clinic Operating Hours
- Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am
- Tuesday to Thursday from 1pm to 4pm
- Monday & Friday from 1pm to 6.30pm
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