Titusville Clinic

7455 South U.S. Highway 1 Titusville, Fl 32780

Rockledge Clinic

1978 Rockledge Blvd Suite 103 Rockledge, FL 32955

PrEP at No Cost to You

No Insurance Needed!

PrEP Available at No Cost

Medication that helps prevent HIV Contraction

You may have heard Step Up PrEP Up ® and there is no better time than now to call us and get it for free! If you have been searching for DESCOVY for PrEP® or Apretude®, come see us and we can help you get it for no money out of pocket and no insurance needed.

We also offer free HIV Testing. Why does that matter? Well, in order to get your prescription for PrEP®, you have to have a negative HIV test. Every 3 months you will need to get another HIV test and at that time we can get you a refill.

We not only cover PrEP® medication needs, you may know someone with HIV who requires regular antiretroviral treatments. Check out some of the things we offer here at Curative Care Center.

Get Answers About PrEP

It is a daily pill or once a month shot that helps prevent the spread of HIV if you come in the event you are exposed to the virus.

It reduces the chance of getting HIV from sex up to 99% when taken correctly. However, this protection is only for HIV. In order to protect against STD’s like syphilis and gonorrhea you need to use condoms.

That’s where Curative Care comes in. When you make an appointment with us, we can test you for HIV (required for the prescription) then your appointment and medication are taken care of at no cost to you. Even if you do not have insurance, we can cover the cost. Simply call now and set up your appointment.

Nothing out of your pocket whether you have insurance or not. We have a program that takes care of the medication, appointment and HIV testing. We can even find private transportation to and from the PrEP appointments at no cost to you.

If your partner is HIV positive and you are HIV negative, you should consider PrEP to keep you negative. Men & Women are able to take PrEP. If you have an elevated risk of contracting HIV consider protecting yourself from repeated exposure. Whether you prefer a shot or can remember a daily pill, PrEP has options.

According to the CDC’s clinical studies, they saw early side effects such as an upset stomach or loss of appetite, but these were mild and usually went away in the first month. Some people also had a mild headache. No serious side effects were observed. You should tell your doctor if these or other symptoms become severe or do not go away.

Each individual is unique in their pregnancy and should consult with their doctors first however, PrEP could help protect you and your baby from getting HIV before, during and even after pregnancy while feeding.

According to the CDC, there are no known drug conflicts between PrEP and hormone therapy, and there is no reason why the drugs cannot be taken at the same time. The CDC also states that if you are worried that PrEP will affect your hormone therapy, ask your provider to check your hormone levels. 

According to the CDC, there are no known interactions between PrEP and hormone-based birth control methods, e.g., the pill, patch, ring, shot, implant, or IUD. It is safe to use both at the same time.

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