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Buy Prep Malaysia for RM60 (Information with contacts for clinics/agents selling HIV medication and Prep in Malaysia)
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This few days i have been going through a few pharmacies in Malaysia because a few people ask whether we sell Truvada (a pill combining two AIDS drugs), by people planning to have risky sex.
Unfortunately, it’s not that easy to purchase Truvada online in Malaysia, or where to get prep (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) or Pills before and after sex can help prevent HIV.
Because Malaysian customs prohibit personal import of PrEP.
So where can i buy PreP?
Sorry, we do not sell PREP Medication
Majority of pharmacies do not sell this prep hiv in their outlets.
First, you will need to go to a doctor to ask for ‘prescription’.
Second, you can either queue up at the Government Hospital or Order or Buy from Pharmacy that supplies this “Pil Pencegah HIV”. (Bad news is, you will still need doctors’ prescription)
I believe if you purchase from government hospital it will be cheaper in price if you’re consuming this HIV medication in the long run.
If only this HIV medication is easily available as “pregnancy pill”, i am pretty sure HIV rate will decrease tremendously and sex will be more safer, and more people won’t get infected with this nasty HIV virus. Don’t you guys think so?
If your pharmacy selling Truvada, let me know and i’ll add your shop into this list.
Based on Truvada’s website:
“While taking TRUVADA for PrEP:
- You must continue to use safer sex practices. Just taking TRUVADA for PrEP may not keep you from getting HIV-1.”
In new study, 100 percent of participants taking HIV prevention pill Truvada remained infection-free
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection by up to 92 percent when taken consistently but is much less effective when taken inconsistently.”
So what’s prep pill?
The tablets you can buy are generic medicines. They have the same active ingredients as Truvada, but are manufactured by different companies and have different names. Some of the most widely used are Tenvir-EM (manufactured by Cipla), Ricovir-EM (manufactured by Mylan) and Tenof-EM (manufactured by Hetero). Both versions are approved by the US FDA, which is essential.
**Mylan is the second largest manufacturer of generic medication in the world. Cipla is also a large generic medicine manufacturer, with over one million people living with HIV currently taking their anti-retrovirals worldwide.
It is important to check that the tablet you are buying is a combination pill, containing both tenofovir and emtricitabine. For example, Tenvir-EM contains these two drugs, whereas Tenvir only contains tenofovir and is not recommended for PrEP.
[Make sure that you order a combined pill that contains both TDF and emtricitabine. For example, you need Tenvir-EM or Ricovir-EM rather than just Tenvir or Ricovir.]
Other generic versions of PrEP with this approval are listed at this page:
What’s the difference between PrEP and Treatment as Prevention (TasP)?
PrEP is the use of anti-HIV medication by HIV-negative individuals to prevent them from becoming HIV-positive, if exposed. TasP is when an HIV-positive person takes anti-HIV medication and achieves an undetectable viral load (amount of virus in the blood is so low that our monitoring test can’t find it), which makes them essentially un-infectious i.e. unable to transmit HIV to someone else (while preserving and improving their own health and immune system!)
PrEP involves the negative person taking anti-HIV meds, while TasP involves the positive person taking anti-HIV meds. Both approaches are highly effective at preventing HIV transmission.
PrEP uses two anti-HIV drugs combined in one pill, emtricitabine/tenofovir (aka Truvada, Ricovir-EM, Tenvir-EM). HIV treatment may also use these medications, in addition to a third (and sometimes a fourth) agent, or it may use different medications entirely. There are over 30 different medications approved for the treatment of HIV in Canada, while only one combination pill is approved to prevent HIV.