PrEP- Pre exposure Prophylaxis for HIV

Pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP refers to the use of HIV medication by people who are HIV-negative in order to reduce their risk of HIV infection. - See more at: https://www.nzaf.org.nz/hiv-ai...

When taken on a daily basis, PrEP ensures there is enough HIV medication in the body to significantly reduce the risk of becoming infected with HIV if exposed during unprotected sex.  The HIV medication used is called Truvada and it contains two antiviral medicines, Tenofovir and Emtricitabine, which are also used to treat people who already have HIV infection. These are the same drugs used to suppress the virus in people living with HIV. 

We have three doctors at CityMed who are able to prescribe this medication- they are Dr Ravi Sandhu, Dr Roy Knill, and Dr David McKenzie. 

Note: To make an online General Enquiry below. Please note this does NOT include scheduling appointments, seeking medical advice or requesting repeat prescriptions for medications

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