PEP and PrEP

PEP and PrEP are forms of preventative HIV medication for people to take to stop them acquiring HIV.  

PrEP stand for "PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS" and is a drug you would take pre-exposure to HIV to prevent you from contracting the virus.  

PEP stands for "POST EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS" and is a drug you would take if you feel you had had been potentially exposed to the virus from either unprotrcted sex or another form of contact such as an accidental needle prick.  If taken within 72 hours PEP could prevent you from contacting the HIV virus.


Want to know more about PEP? Then click below to find out more and where you can access PEP.

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Visit our page dedicated to PrEP to learn more about how it could help you, and to also register for a PrEP assessment with your local clinic.

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HIV Testing

Click below to learn more about HIV testing and how you can access a free HIV home testing kit.

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Condoms Direct

Click here to find out about our Condoms Direct scheme in Cornwall, Plymouth, Devon Torbay, and Gloucestershire.

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