Where Can I Get Cabenuva In South Africa

What is a Cabenuva?

Cabotegravir/rilpivirine, sold under the brand name Cabenuva, is a co-packaged antiretroviral medication for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. 

Where Can I Get Cabenuva In South Africa?

Can I get ARVs at a pharmacy in South Africa?

Trained pharmacists can now prescribe ARVs and manage patients with HIV. Access to TB prevention treatment and antiretroviral (ARV) medication is about to get easier in South Africa.

What is the best way to take Cabenuva?

Once a month or once every 2 months, a healthcare provider will inject CABENUVA as 2 injections (cabotegravir and rilpivirine), one into the muscle of each side of your buttocks.

Where can CABENUVA be injected?

You will get two injections of Cabenuva into the buttocks, once a month for two consecutive months.

After this, you may continue with monthly injections or switch to injections every two months depending on what you and your doctor have decided.