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PrEP Monitoring Panel (Female)

The PrEP Monitoring Panel (Female) is meant for individuals who are taking PrEP medication. The tests in this panel can help you monitor your kidney and liver function while using PrEP. The panel will also tell you your status for certain STDs, including HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. The difference between the PrEP Monitoring Panel (Female) and the PrEP Monitoring Panel (Male) is that the female panel also includes a pregnancy test (qualitative beta hCG).

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (also known as PrEP) refers to medications that can be used to decrease your risk of contracting HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Examples of PrEP medications include Truvada, Descovy, and Apretude.

Regular lab testing is an important part of your PrEP treatment. It allows your healthcare provider to monitor your health, catch any potential issues early on, and make sure the medication is working as it should be. By staying on top of these tests, you can take control of your health and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

PrEP can be prescribed by a licensed healthcare provider. If you are interested in the PrEP Monitoring Panel, you should work with your healthcare provider to discuss your options, determine the frequency of lab testing, and to see if any additional testing is needed. If you are looking to have lab testing done before starting PrEP treatment, check out the Pre-Medication PrEP Panel (Female).

Test Details

This panel includes the following tests:

  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Syphilis (RPR)
  • Gonorrhea & Chlamydia
  • Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP) (includes Creatinine with eGFR)
  • Hepatic Function Panel
  • Beta hCG (Qualitative)

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Am I required to fast?

No, you are not required to fast unless you are interested in knowing what your fasting blood glucose is (this is part of the BMP test). Fasting means no food or drinks except for water, and begins 8 hours prior to the test.

What kind of sample is required?

A blood sample is required for the test.

How long will it take to get my results?

Results are typically available within 24-72 business hours after the lab receives your sample.

Is a doctor’s order required?

Either we provide the doctor’s order for the lab test at no additional cost, or we accept your physician’s order.

Do I need to make an appointment?

No, you are welcome to walk in for same-day testing. We make it easy for you by offering work-friendly hours.

If I have questions about my results, who should I contact?

We recommend you share your results with your healthcare provider.