At Hugsa, We have PEP services for Preventing HIV after ExposureDaily Open .we aim to provide the best, most thorough and most efficient care to all our patients no matter their gender, sexuality, race, religion or cultural background, as well as their HIV status. We are a proud ally to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) and sex work communities. Our non-judgemental, non-stigmatising approach to our patients means you can feel safe and comfortable in asking us any questions you might have about any health issue.


PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) means taking antiretroviral medicines (ART) after being potentially exposed to HIV to prevent becoming infected.

PEP should be used only in emergency situations and must be started within 72 hours after a recent possible exposure to HIV. If you think you’ve recently been exposed to HIV during sex or through sharing needles and works to prepare drugs or if you’ve been sexually assaulted, talk to your health care provider or an emergency room doctor about PEP right away.

PEP right for me ?

If you’re HIV-negative or don’t know your HIV status, and in the last 72 hours you

  1. think you may have been exposed to HIV during sex (for example, if the condom broke),
  2. shared needles and works to prepare drugs (for example, cotton, cookers, water), or
  3. were sexually assaulted

How Long Do I Need to Take PEP?

You will need to take the HIV medicines every day for 28 days.

PEP and Side Effects?

PEP is safe but may cause side effects like nausea in some people. These side effects can be treated and aren’t life-threatening.

How can I get PEP?

In Chiangmai, you can get pep at Hugsa Clinic, In center of Chiangmai. You can follow map pn

 PEP can reduce the risk of HIV infection by over 80%. Adherence to a full 28-day course of ARVs is critical to the effectiveness of the intervention.