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How Do I Take Truvada?

Truvada for PrEP needs to be taken daily to be effective at preventing the contraction of the HIV virus. Though taking PrEP in demand when needed can also be a reliable method. Before you obtain your prescription, you will need to know your HIV status, as well as the status of your current and former partners.

Is There Regular Testing With PrEP?

The PrEP process will require testing every three months to ensure that you are still HIV negative throughout treatment. In addition to HIV, you will also be tested for other sexually transmitted infections including Hepatitis B, and Creatinine levels.

What Precautions Are There to Consider When Taking Truvada?

To ensure that you are tolerating PrEP well, your healthcare provider will want to monitor your liver and kidney functions by ordering regular blood work. If you order your Truvada online, these tests will be included in your testing kit. It is recommended to take Truvada every day to prevent getting infected with HIV though it can also be an on-demand reliable method if you feel you are putting yourself at risk of exposure.

Get PrEP for HIV Prevention At Home

Nurx offers PrEP for HIV prevention for as little as $0 with insurance for medication.

Missing multiple doses of Truvada can increase your risk of contracting HIV. You should do your best to remember to take it every day. If you do miss a dose, you need to take it as soon as you remember, but only one dose per day. Never take two doses to make up for the missed dose. If you are not sure what to do after missing a dose or have missed more than one, contact your healthcare provider for instructions.

Nurx prescribes generic PrEP unless you have a medical reason why you must take Truvada.

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