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Requirements for Taking PrEP

Quest’s PrEP Panel has everything you need

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP®) is a daily medicine that helps reduce the risk of getting HIV. A series of lab tests are required to determine if you can take PrEP. Once you start taking PrEP, ongoing testing is required every three to six months.

Quest's PrEP Panel combines all of the tests you need in one convenient appointment, saving time and hassle for both you and your doctor. Our accurate testing process will give you comprehensive results in one easy-to-read document. Quest’s PrEP Panel of tests is also flexible, providing the ongoing tests needed to keep taking PrEP.

Required testing for PrEP

  • HIV
  • HCV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Pregnancy (for women)
  • And several others recommended by the CDC

Stay up on results

Both you and your doctor are able to monitor your test results. Results usually come back in less than a week.

You should also create a plan with your doctor to get tested regularly while you’re on PrEP. You can easily monitor your test results by having them sent directly to your mobile device or desktop with MyQuest™.

Requirements for Taking PrEP