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What HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)?

Are you at risk of an HIV infection? Was the incident less than 48 to 72 hours ago?
If yes to both, then HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis may be necessary.

Preventing or Reduced Risk of HIV infection Within 48 to 72 Hours After Potential HIV Exposure.

Condom Slip, Torn or Broke

Partner with Unknown Status

Unprotected or High Risk Sex

HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis

The ideal time to start HIV PEP is within 48 hours from exposure. The earlier the treatment, the better. HIV PEP is most effective if started within 72 hours upon suspected HIV exposure.

PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) means taking antiretroviral medicines (ART) after being potentially exposed to HIV to prevent becoming infected.

24-hour PEP Hotline (+65 8728 7272) for Message or SMS for Emergency Appointments, and we will reply as soon as possible to arrange an appointment with our doctor, even after clinic hours.

HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Price List

Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)Cost
Medication
$1944.00
Consultation$70.20
Rapid HIV Test (if necessary)$54.00
Baseline Blood Tests (if necessary)$150.00
Above charges exclude consultations
  • HIV Testing & Screening
  • Anonymous HIV Testing
  • HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (HIV PrEP)
  • HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (HIV PEP)
  • HIV Treatment (HAART)
  • HIV Pro-Viral DNA Test
  • STD Testing
  • STD Screening Packages
  • STD Treatment & Management
  • Rapid STD Testing (Next Day Result)
  • Genital Warts Removal
  • HPV Vaccination
  • Anal Pap Smear

The HIV PEP medication is also available to be on a weekly basis, so you may not need to pay the full sum upfront.

Next Day STD Results.
Rapid STD Available for Prompt STD Treatment

The newer HIV PEP Drugs that we use have fewer or no side effects for the majority of people. However, some people (<10%) may still experience minor side effects, which include:

  • Nausea and loss of appetite
  • Loose stools or diarrhea
  • Tiredness and muscle ache
  • Difficulty sleeping and strong dreams

Most of these side effects will resolve after 5-7 days of starting the medication. If you are experiencing any side effects, please inform our doctors so they can help prescribe some symptom-relieving medications. There are no long term side effects caused by taking a course of PEP, and any adverse effects are reversible upon stopping the treatment.

It is also important to consult our doctors if you are taking any other medication when you are under PEP treatment. – HIV PEP Singapore

There are many HIV PEP Regime available. Our Doctors will analyse your unique situation and recommend you the suitable HIV PEP regime.

The diffrerent regimes requrie 2 HIV PEP pills a day and 1 HIV PEP pill a day.

Our doctor will speak to you first to determine your individual risk assessment, and whether or not PEP is indeed recommended for your exposure. Next, we would advise on baseline blood tests including a kidney and liver function test and a baseline HIV test. These tests are to ensure that you are safe to start and continue the PEP medication. For example, if an individual has underlying kidney impairment, the dosage and timing of the PEP medication may need to be adjusted by the doctor.

We also cannot give PEP medication to someone who already has an established HIV infection but is not aware of it, as this can increase the risk of the virus developing resistance to the medication when the PEP course is completed.

Our doctor will counsel you in detail on the indications, timing and dosage, and side effects of the medication.

Once you have completed your HIV PEP treatment, you can return to the clinic and see the doctor.

We may recommend repeat baseline blood tests, HIV Test and STD Screening

  • 1 month after your HIV exposure
  • 3 months after your HIV exposure

We know that this can be a very anxious time for you to wait, and can say that 1 month post-exposure and upon completing PEP, your HIV test is already close to CONCLUSIVE. However, as per international guidelines, we would still recommend one last test just as a precaution at 3 months post-exposure.

We have never encountered any patient in our clinics that has completed PEP treatment and tested negative at 1 month post-exposure but tested positive at 3 months if the PEP medication was taken properly and there were no other high risk exposures during that time period.

It is also important at this time to test for other STDs, such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis – these are all much more common than HIV and may also remain clinically silent (without symptoms). Of course, these infections are generally less serious compared to HIV, and can be treated and cured. However, early diagnosis and early treatment means better outcomes for your health, as well as more peace of mind for yourself and your future partners.

Please speak to our doctors if you are concerned about other STDs.

We aim to provide honest, reliable, and judgment-free answers to your questions about sex, sexual health, HIV and other STDs.

PEP is not the right choice for someone who is potentially exposed to HIV frequently – for example, if you have unprotected sex with a partner who is HIV positive, or engage in other high-risk behavior regularly. Because PEP is given after an exposure, more medications are required to block the virus from potentially transmitting than with HIV PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis). Therefore, PrEP may be more suitable for individuals at ongoing substantial risk for HIV exposure.

Please speak to us about HIV PrEP if you think you are engaging in high-risk activity frequently.

Risky sexual behaviour can include:

  • Sex without a condom or barebacking
  • Mouth-to-genital contact
  • Starting sexual activity at a young age
  • Having multiple sex partners
  • Engaging in commercial sex trade

When to Do What

  • HIV PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis)

    Before Potential HIV Infection

    HIV PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis) helps reduce the risk of HIV infection before potiential infcetions.
    (HIV PrEP is available in all our clinics)

  • HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis

    Within 48 - 72 Hours

    HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis helps reduce the risk of HIV infection within 48 – 72 hours after potiential infcetions.

    HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis

  • HIV PCR RNA Test

    10 Days & Above

    Rapid Fingerprink HIV Test
    (Results 20mins)

  • 4th Generation HIV Test

    28 Days & Above

    Rapid Fingerprink HIV Combo Test
    (Results 20mins)

    4th Generation HIV Test

  • 3rd Generation HIV Test

    90 Days & Above

    Rapid Fingerprink HIV Test
    (Results 20mins)

HIV PEP is only effective within 48 to 72 hours after HIV exposure.

Locations

Address & Contact

Address

7 Fraser St, B3-18 DUO Galleria (Bugis MRT)
Singapore 189356

Tel: +65 6976 5023

Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Tue & Fri: 9.00am – 8.00pm /
Sat: 9.00am – 1.00pm /
Close on Sunday & Public Holidays

Address

15B Lorong Liput (Next to Holland Piazza),
Singapore 277730

Tel: +65 6235 1339

Mon – Fri: 8.00am – 8.00pm /
Sat & Sun: 9.00am – 2.00pm /
Close on Public Holidays

Address

11 Unity Street, #02-06 Robertson Walk
Singapore 237995

Tel: +65 6238 7810

Mon – Fri: 8.00am – 9.00pm
Sat: 9.00am – 9.00pm /
Sun: 9.00am – 2.00pm /
Close on Public Holidays

Address

10 Sinaran Drive, #08-31 Novena Medical Centre,
Singapore 307506

Tel: +65 6397 2095

Mon – Fri: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Sat: 9.00am – 1.00pm /
Close on Sunday & Public Holiday

24-hour PEP Hotline number (+65 8728 7272) is for Emergency Appointments. You may text or message this hotline in Emergency situations, and we will reply as soon as possible to arrange an appointment with our doctor, even after clinic hours.