I had sexual intercourse with someone who is HIV positive yesterday. I heard about the “morning-after pill” or PEP. Where can I find information about it?

“The morning-after pill” refers to post-exposure treatment, known as “prophylactic.” It is not a simple pill, but a treatment of about a month offered to people who have been exposed to a situation at risk with an HIV-positive person (accidental injury with a blood-stained object, unprotected sex, condom pierced, needle exchange, etc.).

To learn more, we invite you to watch this video of the clinic L’Actuel:

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIS4OB3qZo8&ab_channel=CliniquelActuel

In case of emergency, we encourage you to call the emergency department of the CHUM, accessible 24 hours a day. In order to get more information, we strongly suggest that you use the following resources that specialize in LGBT health:

 

Medical Clinic L’Actuel

1001, Maisonneuve Blvd. East, office 1130

Montreal (Quebec)

Phone: 514 524-1001

www.cliniquelactuel.com

 

Medical Clinic Latin Quarter

905, Blvd. René-Lévesque Est Montréal, (Quebec)

Phone: 514-285-5500

www.cliniquequartierlatin.ca

 

CLSC des Faubourgs

1705, rue de la Visitation Montréal, (Quebec)

Phone: 514-527-2361

 

Head & Hands (12-25 years)

5833 Sherbrooke Street O. Montreal, QC H4A 1XX

Phone: (514) 481-0277

Fax: (514) 481-2336

info@headandhands.ca

headandhands.ca

 

Quebec HIV/AIDS Portal

Toll-Free: 1-877-Portal (767-8245)

Montreal Area: (514) 523-4636

http://pvsq.org/

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