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PrEP is a once-daily pill that greatly reduces the risk of getting HIV. In some countries it’s available on prescription, in others it’s not. By using PrEP you can take better control of your sexual health, reduce worry and help end the stigma around HIV.
All of the 4 generic brands of PrEP we provide are chemically identical to the original brand name PrEP medication. They all do exactly the same thing. It’s just a case of a different name, different packaging and sometimes a different colour of pill. Just like when you buy paracetamol from the supermarket, you can buy a brand name or a generic version.
The reason we ship one of four generic variants of PrEP is to ensure a constant supply, competitive pricing and to get your PrEP to you as quickly as possible.
It’s that simple. You can see a list of FDA-approved PrEP here.
You can read more about independent testing of online-purchased PrEP here.
It’s important to be properly informed about PrEP before you consider ordering it or starting it.
The amazing team at London’s 56 Dean Street have made this quick and simple video to make sure you know all the facts and get the correct checks and guidance in advance.
It’s easier than you think! There are so many free clinics accessible across the UK. These can be searched by location by clicking on the NHS link below.
These listings include clinics and support facilities run not only by the NHS but by THT and other charitable trusts and institutions. Just type in your area and have a look.
As with all things medical, your visit will be strictly confidential. Staff are always friendly, helpful and incredibly well-trained. What’s more, these services are free and often don’t require an appointment.
Learn more about the PrEP Impact Trial, participating clinics and availability for both gay and bisexual men as well as women, trans people, HIV-negative partners of individuals diagnosed with HIV who are not known to be virally suppressed and heterosexual people who are considered to be at high risk of HIV acquisition.