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Pre-PrEP checklist: How can I get PrEP at PULSE Clinic?

  1. Do you already have the prescription?
    • If you already have a prescription for PrEP, you can show us your prescription and buy the medication.
  2. If not, do you have health check-up results from the last 3 months?
    • If you already have one, you can get a 12-month supply at PULSE.
    • If you do not have recent health check-up results, you can get tested at PULSE and receive a 12-month supply of PrEP.
    • You can also get fewer than 12 bottles and have the rest delivered to your door.



The usual to do list for FIRST VISITS* are:
1. Consultation
2. Rapid HIV, Hepatitis B virus and syphilis test (15 min)
3. Kidney function tests
4. PrEP prescription & dispensary right at the clinic

*The whole process step 1-4 takes 30 minutes if you are ON TIME
**Result within 15 minutes
***Up to 12 months (If you can only visit our clinic once a year)

We are the first licensed private medical clinic to provide PrEP and PrEP-related services since 2015. After 6 years we already have more than 15,000 people from 130 countries visiting our clinics to get PrEP with us. We provide proper advice before you start.
 Book an appointment now. 

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Our team will help you choose which treatment plan to follow. 
We’ll check your medical history, personal sexual risk evaluation and run HIV test, kidney function test, Hepatitis B and liver function blood tests. 
We can arrange a sexual health screen at our PULSE CLINIC (Bangkok, Phuket, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore).
We can dispense up to 12 bottles at the first visit. You can chose from;
Truvada, Teno-Em, Ricovir-Em, Tenof-Em, Descovy, Taficita, Tafero-Em

The whole process to acquire PrEP at PULSE CLINIC takes 30 minutes.
You will also receive medical certificate that will allow you to travel with PrEP medications in every countries.

PrEP appointment includes consultation, risk evaluation, rapid HIV and syphilis test, metabolic test (kidney function, liver function and hepatitis B vaccine level). Once you book appointment for PrEP, you don't need to book appointment for HIV test or other tests.

  • Make sure you get tested for HIV, kidney functions, Hepatitis B virus before taking PrEP.
  • Make sure you didn't have exposure to HIV (bareback sex, sharing needles) 14-21 days before HIV test


It’s important to have regular monitoring. We’ll make sure everything is going OK and doing well. 
check HIV status, do syphilis test. Twice a year we’ll run a blood test to check your kidneys and liver with doctor, counselor.
And if our doctor ordered your labs in advance you can use our
PULSExpress service to make things faster for you. 

If you decide to continue we can sell you up to 12 month’s supply each visit for personal use.

  • Make sure you're HIV NEGATIVE, have normal kidney function to continue taking PrEP safely.
  • Make sure you take PrEP daily and do not share your PrEP with those who have not get tested.
  • Make sure you don't have other SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
  • Make sure you get proper treatment when having STDs and tell your sex partner(s) to get tested and treated too.


11 branches of PULSE CLINIC are now open 7 days a week in all 4 countries; Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
But if you can't visit us at the clinic for whatever reasons, You can buy PrEP online from our licensed clinics.

  • Make sure we have your prescription and or lab results before ordering PrEP
  • Make sure you send us a copy of passport and lab results from your doctor or your labs or send us prescription from your doctor. We’ll re-check your results, then we can provide you 3 to 6 month’s supply each time.


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PrEP is a medication regimen that HIV-negative people can take to prevent HIV.

Since 2013, PrEP is a course of a once-daily pill containing the medications tenofovir disoproxil fumarate and emtricitabine, taken DAILY DOSE or ON DEMAND under the supervision of a doctor.
The original PrEP from 2013 comes in so many brancds these days such as TRUVADA, TENO-EM, TENOF-EM, TAVIN-EM, RICOVIR-EM, you can take whatever available and affordable for you.

In 2019. the new PrEP has been approved to be used for HIV prevention it consists of Tenbofovir Alafenamide and Emtricitabine, taken DAILY dose only and under the supervision of a doctor.
This new PrEP has less side effects and is safer for your kidneys and bone marrow. This new PrEP from 2019 comes in a couple of brands available such as DESCOVY, TAFERO-EM, TAFICITA, and Generic Tenofovir Alafenamide/Emtricitabine.

PrEP reduces the risk of HIV transmission through sex by up to 99% when taken properly, allowing you to enjoy sex with your partners better knowing that you are at minimal risk of getting HIV.

ComparisonPrEP 2013PrEP 2019PrEP 2021
Medication inside the pillTenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate
Tenofovir Alafenamide
How to take it?Swallow itSwallow itInjection to your muscle
How often to take it?Daily dose
or On Demand
Deaily Dose ONLYEvery 2 months



PrEP is up to 99% effective in protecting you from HIV through sex when it’s taken correctly. When coupled with condom use and DOXYPEP, you can be very sure that you are at an extremely low risk of catching an STD or STI!
PrEP only works if you are HIV negative, which is why you will need to do a test before going on it. Your initial consultation for PrEP will include a HIV test that confirms your status before you are provided a prescription for the medication.
Because you’re taking these pills to prevent HIV instead of treating it, you don’t have to be on them for life – you can stay on them for as long as you feel that the extra protection is necessary. That could be weeks, months, years, or even during short periods of time where you know you will be having bareback sex.

For people who does slamming (drug injection), PrEP also prevent up to 70% from HIV.



It depends on how often do you have sex and  do you plan to have sex well in advance?
Clinical Practice Guideline of the United States (2013) and HIV prevention Guidelines of Thailand (2014) provided comprehensive information which suggests us to use daily oral PrEP to reduce the risk of acquiring HIV infection in adults. Our advice around PrEP is based on the results of 2 European studies. The 2 studies looked at different ways of taking the treatment. Both of the studies showed an 86% reduction in catching HIV. 

People took a Truvada pill every day. No one taking the Truvada correctly caught HIV in this study. (This is the officially recommended way to take PrEP.)

Take 2 Truvada pills between 2-24 hours BEFORE sex. Then take one Truvada pill every day until 2 days have passed after the last condomless sex. This regimen is not recommended for vaginal sex. (and not recommended for gay people who enjoy chemsex or do not plan to have sex very well, because there are already evidences that many people forget to take the third and the forth pill.)

Using a ‘2-1-1’ dosage timeline – two pills between 2 to 24 hours before sex, one pill 24 hours the first pill, and a final pill 24 hours later – PrEP is shown to give protection against HIV that is as effective as daily PrEP.
If you’re considering PrEP On Demand, It is extremely important not to miss any doses when you’re taking it. If this is something that is likely to happen, discuss with your doctor or counsellor about going on daily PrEP instead. PrEP On Demand only protects you from HIV exposure through anal sex. If you think you may engage in activities such as chem fun (CF), a course of daily PrEP will work better to protect you.





We can run a blood test to check the correct drugs are present in your body. You need to have taken a pill in the 24 hours before the test.  Therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is a branch of clinical chemistry and clinical pharmacology that specialises in the measurement of medication concentrations in blood.




My partner is HIV positive, but I'm HIV negative. Can I use PrEP?

Yes. In fact, it’s recommended that you do so for the extra protection – especially if your partner is still infectious.
But if your partner is taking treatment with HIV medication and have reached undetectable viral load, the chance of transmitting HIV to you is ZERO percent. So you might not need to take PrEP with him.

If I use PrEP, do I still need to use condoms?

Yes. While PrEP protects you from HIV, it does not offer protection from syphilis, gonorrhoea and other STDs. This is where condoms come in – when PrEP is taken together with regular condom use and DOXYPEP, you can be sure that you are at a very low risk of exposing yourself to STDs.

How long does PrEP take to become effective?

For daily PrEP to become effective in preventing HIV, the medication has to build up in the body. This is estimated to take up to 7 days for anal sex. Afterwards, the medication has to be continually taken once daily in order to maintain its

If you’re taking PrEP On Demand, it’s very important that you stick to the ‘2-1-1’ dosage plan for it to be effective. Take note that PrEP On Demand is only effective for anal sex – protection from HIV for any activities other than anal sex can be obtained through daily PrEP.

What are possible side effects?

In the first few weeks of starting daily PrEP, some people may complain of headaches, dizziness, fatigue, or gastrointestinal side effects such as nausea, diarrhoea and stomach cramps.
These side effects subside over time as your body gets used to the medication. PrEP may affect kidney function in a very small number of people.
Blood tests for kidney function may be included as part of your monitoring regime.
If you are concerned about side effects or are experiencing them, discuss them with your doctor at your check-up appointments.

What should I do if I have side effects from PrEP?

While PrEP is well tolerated by most people, there may be some initial side effects as your body gets used to the medication. If this happens, you may choose to take your daily dose before bedtime, when you can sleep as the side effects wear off. If the side effects are intolerable or last longer than a month, seek immediate advice from your monitoring doctor.

Does PrEP have long term side effects?

The medication used for PrEP is thought to have no side effects with long-term use. However, you will still need to work closely with your doctor to identify any side effect that may occur. Although this is rare, some people may experience decreased kidney and liver function on PrEP. Your doctor will perform a baseline function test, and if the results show that you are experiencing impaired kidney and liver function, blood tests will be done every now and then for monitoring purposes.

I take medication for other conditions. Can I still use PrEP?

PrEP has been shown not to interact with most medications. However, it’s best to tell your doctor or pharmacist that you’re taking it before you are prescribed other medications.

I drink alcohol and/or use recreational drugs. Can I still use PrEP?

In research, PrEP has been shown not to interact with the use of alcohol or recreational drugs. However, do bear in mind that being under the influence of alcohol or recreational drugs may cause you to miss your scheduled doses, affecting your adherence and decreasing the effectiveness of your treatment.

How do I maintain my adherence?

PrEP ideally should be taken at the same time every day to maintain a steady level of the medication in the body.
In order to do this, it is necessary to make taking your pills into a habitual action. Use alarms or reminders, and bring a spare dose with you for when you’re not at home.

What do I do if I miss a dose??

If you miss a dose of daily PrEP, just continue to take them at your usual time. A missed dose every now and then will have minimal impact on PrEP’s effectiveness.
There is no need to take two doses to make up for the missed one.
If you’re taking PrEP On Demand, it’s extremely important that you do not miss any doses. Failure to stick to the 2-1-1 plan will reduce its effectiveness.

I'm going to be travelling. When do I take my pills when I'm at my destination?

PrEP can be taken at the same time as you would at home, regardless of the time zone difference.

Can I take my pills with me when I'm travelling?

Like any prescription medication for personal use, PrEP can be brought along with you when you travel. Keep the pills stored in their original, labelled container, and carry a prescription or doctor’s letter with you in case of inspection by customs. Make sure you bring enough with you for the entire trip, plus some extras in case of delays.

What do I have to do if I want PrEP?

Before you can obtain PrEP, you will have to be assessed if you are suitable for it.
This is done in a few simple steps at the clinic.
Step 1: Get a blood test done at a sexual health clinic that prescribes PrEP.
They’ll test you for HIV, liver and kidney function. The results will be returned to you online in one day.
Step 2: Your doctor or counsellor will discuss your test results with you to see if you can go on PrEP.
Step 3: If you’re eligible for PrEP, you will be given a prescription. You can get up to 12 bottles of PrEP per visit at PULSE CLINIC throughout Thailand.



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