PEP can be taken by pregnant women to prevent infection and the drug does not harm the fetus. But must be under the supervision of a specialized doctor.
You can take PEP, but you must first consult with your doctor to plan how to take PEP together, and the doctor will consider taking PEP individually.
Taking PEP frequently is not dangerous, but it shows a tendency for patients to be at high risk. It is recommended to take PrEP for better protection.
You can stop if you are confident that your partner has not tested positive for HIV and there is no additional risk for both you and your partner. But must be consulted by a doctor before stopping the drug every time. And it is recommended to take Pep pills for 28 days to be safer.
PEP is available for prescription only by a licensed medical practitioner. Get PEP at emergency departments, hospitals, and clinics that offer PEP post-exposure services as soon as possible.