changes everything

Remember that immense wave of liberation when PrEP hit the scene?

DoxyPEP is the new MUST have medication. It completes the protection picture.

Why DoxyPEP?

Doctors recommend DoxyPEP in response to the shocking increase of bacterial STIs.

But there’s another reason. It can save you from the trauma that comes with infections — think of the awkward chats with partners, the rush to see a doctor, the overload of antibiotics, and having to hit pause on your sex life.

DoxyPEP has been shown to reduce the risk of gonorrhea by 55%, chlamydia by 88%, and syphilis by 87%.

Pricing starts at just $99 for 15 doses of DoxyPEP. Absolutely no subscriptions, sneaky fees, taxes, or shipping costs. Just $99 flat, unless you decide you want more.

  • You'll be assigned a board certified, LGBTQ-friendly, sex-positive physician. Everything is entirely online, and takes 5 minutes.
  • Medicine shipped to your home in descreet packaging.
  • No commitment, risk free. Our DoxyPEP doesn't include a subscription. You'll never be charged again unless you reorder. If you're not satisfied with Shameless Care, we will refund you 100% of your money.

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FAQ &information

DoxyPEP is new, and you undoubtedly have questions. One significant distinction between Shameless Care and other telemedicine companies is that we exclusively employ board-certified physicians. Rest assured that when you complete your medical intake form, you are free to ask your assigned provider any questions you may have. But our commitment to your well-being doesn’t stop there. Following your medication approval, you will have the opportunity to ask the doctor assigned to you an unlimited number of questions throughout the entire year.

How effective is DoxyPEP?

In clinical studies, DoxyPEP has shown promising results in reducing the risk of acquiring syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia by approximately two-thirds when taken within 24 to 72 hours. It’s important to note that the current efficacy data is based on research conducted with gay and bisexual cisgender men as well as transgender women. Ongoing research is being conducted for cisgender women, as recommended by the CDC.

Here’s the research:

Will taking DoxyPEP lead to antibiotic resistance?

While research continues to unpack this, the sharp rise in bacterial STIs tells us it’s smarter to use small amounts of antibiotics now rather than relying on larger doses later to treat an infection.

What about the cost?

Shameless Care offers the most budget-friendly option for DoxyPEP out there. While another telemedicine service might charge you $28 per dose, many won’t even reveal their prices until after you’ve completed a medical form. Rest assured, we’re keeping it affordable.

When is the ideal time to take DoxyPEP?

It is recommended to take your DoxyPEP tablet within 24 hours, but no later than 72 hours, after engaging in condomless sex. Condomless sex refers to oral, anal, or vaginal intercourse without continuous condom usage, involving skin-to-skin genital contact and/or fluid exchange.

Is an STD test necessary?

While an STD test is not required for receiving treatment, Shameless Care offers comprehensive STI testing, known for its thoroughness and accuracy. You can explore the available tests here.

Which STDs does DoxyPEP help prevent?

DoxyPEP has been found to offer preventive benefits against syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. It offers no protection whatsoever from viral infections such as HIV, HSV, Hepatitis, etc.

Does DoxyPEP have any side effects?

Common side effects of DoxyPEP are typically mild. If you experience stomach upset with antibiotics, taking them with food may alleviate the symptoms. It’s important to drink plenty of water when taking doxycycline to avoid esophagitis and to avoid lying down for 30 minutes afterwards. Some individuals may also experience increased sensitivity to the sun while taking doxycycline, so using sunscreen is recommended.

Is DoxyPEP FDA-approved?

Currently, DoxyPEP has not received official approval from the FDA and CDC, as they are reviewing available data and assessing its implications. However, the Department of Public Health in California (DPH) has recommended this treatment regimen for high-risk individuals, and many Infectious Disease Clinics have followed suit.

Is DoxyPEP safe for women?

Most of the research on the prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) has focused on men who have sex with men, as this population faces the highest risk of STIs. However, we understand that many women are concerned about the impact of antibiotics on vaginal health.

Our medical team expects the occasional use of 200 mg of doxycycline, as per this protocol, would not negatively impact vaginal flora.