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But the side effects like headache or nausea go away in 3 or 4 days.Most people suffer from side effects when they start on any medicine. Some people don't get any side effects, so it's how your body reacts to the medication. After that you can stop taking the medicine if your not exposing yourself to the virus.And it is not available over counter without proper prescription..Once started, it shouldn't be stopped or terminated again without doctor's advice.Is called preexposure prophylaxis a preventive n precautionary medicine for HIV infection.It contains two drugs in it which has to be taken by person with a high risk like homosexuals.
so even if virus enters will be denatured by medicine. Example if in hospital nurse get needle *** which is used on positive patient, or you knw you had unprotected *** with positive person immediately(within some hours window) person can receive PEP.means heavy does of anti HIV medicine.
The *** stays in your blood for not more than 48 hours, so there are no reported long term side effects as such.
But if you take it for 10 years non-stop, there could be some side effects.
If one with Pr EP still goes for rampant ***, that guy is still open to various other Sexually Transmitted Diseases such as gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes and very negligible chances of HIV as well. Safe sex/HIV positive discussion I'd still be curious to know about prep...
Since a doc has to prescribe it and you can't just stop it at anytime....