PrEP stands for
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
PrEP is an oral medication for people at risk for HIV. PrEP can help stop the HIV from infecting your cells by forming a protective shied around them.

When taken daily, PrEP is highly effective in preventing HIV from unprotected sex or injection drug use. It is much less effective when it is not taken regularly.
Is PrEP right for me?
In several studies of PrEP, the risk of getting HIV from sex was much lower — about 99% lower — for those who took the medicines consistently than for those who didn’t take the pill.

When taken every day, PrEP can provide a high level of protection against HIV, but,only condoms protect against other STDs like syphilis and gonorrhea.
Is PrEP right for me?
In several studies of PrEP, the risk of getting HIV from sex was much lower — about 99% lower — for those who took the medicines consistently than for those who didn’t take the pill.

When taken every day, PrEP can provide a high level of protection against HIV, but,only condoms protect against other STDs like syphilis and gonorrhea.
How can I start PrEP?
If you think you’re at risk of HIV, consult our qualified physician today.

To get started on PrEP, you need a doctor’s prescription. In case you already have a prescription, you can order PrEP online from here.
Find a Doctor
You can consult any of our qualified doctors to find out if PrEP is the right HIV prevention strategy for you.

A HIV test is a must before starting on PrEP. After starting on PrEP, you’ll need to undergo a HIV test every 3 months. So, we recommend you visit our health-care provider for regular follow-ups.
Find a Doctor
You can consult any of our qualified doctors to find out if PrEP is the right HIV prevention strategy for you.

A HIV test is a must before starting on PrEP. After starting on PrEP, you’ll need to undergo a HIV test every 3 months. So, we recommend you visit our health-care provider for regular follow-ups.
Get a Prescription
If your HIV test comes negative, your doctor can prescribe you PrEP. That makes you eligible to take the medicine.
Got a Prescription?
If you have already been prescribed PrEP by a medical doctor, you can order PrEP here.
Got a Prescription?
If you have already been prescribed PrEP by a medical doctor, you can order PrEP here.
Refill your prescription
Need a refill on your PrEP prescription? You can get it here.
Why Yes4Me?
PrEP is a journey and needs you to engage with service providers at every step. Yes4me brings them all to you on one platform.

We provide end to end support on PrEP via - information, pre and post counselling, adherence support

All our doctors are sensitive towards community and non-judgmental

We provide PrEP at the lowest costs in the country

We are always available for you
Why Yes4Me?
PrEP is a journey and needs you to engage with service providers at every step. Yes4me brings them all to you on one platform.

We provide end to end support on PrEP via - information, pre and post counselling, adherence support

All our doctors are sensitive towards community and non-judgmental

We provide PrEP at the lowest costs in the country

We are always available for you
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Frequently asked Questions
FAQs
PrEP stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis.It is an oral HIV medication. It is used to reduce chances of getting infected by HIV.
The best way to know your eligibility for PrEP is to consult a doctor. Firstly, you should be at high risk of HIV. Further, you will need to get some kidney tests before you are put on PrEP. If you have kidney ailments you may not be eligible for PrEP. Also, if you are HIV positive, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C positive, you may not be eligible for PrEP.
PrEP should be taken only under the supervision of an experienced doctor. The doctor will decide if you are eligible for PrEP, and issue you a prescription.
If a dose is missed, it should be taken whenever remembered. If two dosages are taken by mistake, that is alright, only take one pill next time. You don’t have to take multiple pills if dosage is missed. Just make sure you stick to the daily reminder mechanisms in future.
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