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Discover MedEx Neo Clinic's comprehensive PEP/PREP services. Our expert medical team will guide you to the best medical option, ensuring your safety and reducing the risk of HIV transmission. Get the care you deserve.

What You Can Pick Up

✅PEP Medications: Get access to the latest PEP medications to safeguard your health.

✅ PREP: Take control of your health with our comprehensive PREP medication, tailored to your needs.
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PEP and PrEP: Safeguarding Your Health Against HIV

Explore the vital concepts of PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) and PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) in our comprehensive guide. PEP is an emergency medication taken after potential exposure to HIV, while PrEP is a preventive medication taken regularly to reduce the risk of HIV transmission. 

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MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, offers several advantages over other imaging techniques. It provides detailed images of soft tissues, has no exposure to ionizing radiation, and offers superior contrast resolution for better differentiation between healthy and abnormal tissues.

Ultrasound uses sound waves to create images of internal structures in the body. It is particularly useful for real-time imaging, making it a preferred choice in obstetrics for monitoring pregnancies, as well as in assessing various abdominal and musculoskeletal conditions.

CT scans are crucial in emergency situations due to their speed and ability to provide detailed cross-sectional images. They are commonly used to assess trauma, identify internal injuries, and guide rapid decision-making in critical medical conditions.

The frequency of routine imaging depends on individual health factors and risk assessments. Generally, routine imaging is not necessary for asymptomatic individuals. It is advisable to discuss preventive imaging with healthcare professionals to determine personalized screening plans based on age, family history, and other relevant factors.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

What is the difference between MRI and CT scans?

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of soft tissues, while CT (Computed Tomography) scans use X-rays to produce cross-sectional images of bones and organs. The choice between them depends on the specific diagnostic needs.
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How long does an average imaging procedure take?

The duration of an imaging procedure varies depending on the type of scan. While some ultrasounds may take 15-30 minutes, an MRI or CT scan might last between 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the complexity and body part being examined.
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What role does CT scanning play in emergency medical situations?

CT scans are crucial in emergency situations due to their speed and ability to provide detailed cross-sectional images. They are commonly used to assess trauma, identify internal injuries, and guide rapid decision-making in critical medical conditions.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

The primary difference between PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) and PREP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) lies in their timing and usage. PEP is taken after potential exposure to HIV, typically within 72 hours to prevent HIV infection from taking hold in the body.

On the other hand, PrEP is taken before potential exposure to HIV as a preventive measure.

PEP and PREP drugs inhibit the replication of the HIV virus within the body. PEP drugs usually contain a combination of antiretroviral medications that interfere with different stages of the HIV replication cycle, preventing the virus from spreading. PREP drugs are taken regularly by individuals at high risk of HIV exposure, maintaining a constant level of medication in the bloodstream to block HIV infection upon exposure.

PEP drugs have been shown to significantly reduce the risk of HIV infection when initiated promptly after exposure. Studies have demonstrated that PEP treatment, when started within 72 hours of exposure, can reduce the risk of HIV transmission by up to 80%.

PREP drugs have also been shown to be highly effective in preventing HIV infection when taken consistently as prescribed. Clinical trials have found that daily PREP use can reduce the risk of HIV acquisition by more than 90% among individuals at high risk of infection

PREP drugs are recommended for individuals who engage in high-risk behaviors for HIV transmission, such as having multiple sexual partners or injecting drugs. Additionally, PREP may be prescribed to individuals in serodiscordant relationships, where one partner is HIV-positive and the other is not, to reduce the risk of transmission.

PREP drugs are recommended for individuals who engage in high-risk behaviors for HIV transmission, such as having multiple sexual partners or injecting drugs. Additionally, PREP may be prescribed to individuals in serodiscordant relationships, where one partner is HIV-positive and the other is not, to reduce the risk of transmission.


PEP and PREP drugs, like many medications, can induce side effects, which vary in severity among individuals. Common side effects of PEP drugs include nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, and, in some cases, liver toxicity or allergic reactions. Similarly, PREP drugs may cause side effects such as nausea, abdominal discomfort, and headache, with potential long-term implications on kidney function or bone density.

Early Detection

Don't wait for symptoms to escalate. By booking imaging services today, you take a proactive step towards early detection of potential health issues. Timely intervention can make a significant difference in treatment outcomes and overall well-being.

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