Online PrEP Clinic​

Free with OHIP
LGBTQ+ Friendly Physicians

Free & Discrete Online PrEP Clinic

Get Started For Free!

Fill out the online eligibility form and get PrEP

Get PrEP Delivered to You

Fill out the online eligibility form.

Review it with our Virtual Dr.(free with OHIP), and receive a lab requisition.

The physician will review the results and fax a PrEP prescription to the pharmacy.

The pharmacy will work with you to try to get you PrEP covered (usually it is).

Receive PrEP to your home.

Online Assessment

After completing the online questionnaire, connect with our Canadian-licensed physicians to review the answers, get a lab requisition and discuss next steps.

Visit A Lab

Before you start taking PrEP safely, your blood work must be complete. Our virtual doctors will then check the results of your blood work to ensure that PrEP is safe for you to take. Afterwards, your PrEP prescription will be generated and will be faxed directly to the pharmacy.

Consult with a licensed Canadian doctor on your schedule from anywhere in Ontario:

Our free online medical clinic provides a secure, simple and easy access to the medical care you need. All our doctors are fully vetted licensed Canadian physicians and the consultations are free of charge, covered by OHIP. Book your virtual appointment and see the doctor on the same day of your booking.

Online PrEP Clinic
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If at any point you have any questions or issues, please contact us at info@virtualdr.ca

 

FREE WITH OHIP

All our services are free for Ontario residents with valid health card

SAME DAY APPOINTMENT

Consult with our doctors at your convenience on your schedule

SAFE & SECURE

Privacy is one of our top priorities. We take excellent care of your data

 

SKIP THE WAITING

Pre-book your confirmed appointment. No need to wait for hours in walk-in clinics

LICENSED CANADIAN DOCTORS

All our doctors are experienced and licensed Canadian doctors

 

PROFESSIONAL & FRIENDLY

Our doctors are highly professional and friendly, always ready to help

FAQs

Most Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

WHAT IS PREP?

PrEP, short for Pre-exposure prophylaxis is a medicine taken once daily to reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex or injection drug use. PrEP can be taken by both men and women and when taken as prescribed greatly reduces the chances of getting HIV.

PrEP is for people who don’t have HIV, and are at a higher risk of getting it. Click on the button above to see if PrEP is indicated for you based on Canadian guidelines.

HOW PREP WORKS?

PrEP is a single pill that combines two anti-viral medications. This needs to be taken once daily to reduce HIV transmission.

IS PREP SAFE?

PrEP is safe but some people can experience some side effects such as diarrhea, nausea, headache, fatigue, and stomach pain. These side effects usually go away over time, but if you think you’re experiencing any severe side effects or have any questions about the prescription, book an appointment with one of our doctors for a free consultation.

HOW EFFECTIVE IS PREP?

PrEP can lower your chances of getting HIV from sex by more than 90%. Using condoms and PrEP together makes a difference and you remain more secure indeed. PrEP can also bring down your chances of getting HIV from sharing needles by more than 70%. It’s truly critical to require PrEP each day. PrEP doesn’t work as well in case you skip pills. On the off chance that you don’t take it each day, there might not be sufficient medication in your body to prevent you from HIV.

PrEP doesn’t prevent the transmission of other sexually transmitted infections, like gonorrhea and chlamydia. So, utilize condoms together with PrEP to assist you dodge other STIs and grant you additional security against HIV.

WHAT ARE THE SIDE-EFFECTS OF PREP?

PrEP is very safe but can be hard sometimes on the kidneys and bones. Our physicians can help monitor for this. It may cause nausea, loss of appetite, and headaches. There are no major side effects and they usually get better with time, once your body gets used to PrEP. The vast majority of people on PrEP have no side effects at all, but if you experience any side-effects that do not go away, let our doctors know.

Let’s Get Started

Fill out the online eligibility form and get your PrEP