PrEP

Get PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) online to protect you from getting HIV. Available with free and fast delivery.

Prices from £55.00

Simply fill in a brief consultation questionnaire and one of our doctors will review your request today.

PrEP is a medication that can reduce your chances of getting HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). To be prescribed PrEP, you must be HIV negative and have a higher risk of HIV exposure. You also need to take certain tests before and while using PrEP. Continue reading for more details.

We can provide the PrEP medication emtricitabine/tenofovir, whether you’re a new or current PrEP user.

To get PrEP treatment, simply complete our brief medical questionnaire. One of our doctors will review your responses and approve treatment, if suitable.

Do you have a higher risk of getting HIV?

You might have a higher risk if you have sex without a condom with someone whose HIV status you’re unsure of, and you:

  • are a man who has sex with men
  • are transgender and have sex with men
  • are a woman who has sex with bisexual partners
  • have sex with someone from a country with a high rate of HIV

You may also have a higher risk if you:

  • have sex with someone who is HIV positive and has a detectable viral load (meaning the amount of the virus in their blood is high enough that it can be found)
  • take drugs using needles and share those needles with others
  • are a sex worker
  • get STIs (sexually transmitted infections) on a regular basis

There could be other factors that put you at a higher risk of getting HIV.

If you have any questions about taking PrEP (including whether you’re eligible or not), you can message our doctors for free through your account.

What tests do you need to take PrEP?

When you request PrEP from us, our doctors will ask whether you’ve had:

  • a negative HIV test result
  • a normal kidney function test result
  • a negative hepatitis B and C test result — you only need a negative hepatitis B result if you’ve not had a hepatitis B vaccination, and you only need a negative hepatitis C result if you are a man who has sex with other men or are a trans woman

It’s also recommended that you do a full screen test for sexually transmitted infections.

You can continue to request PrEP if you haven’t had one or more of these tests. However, you must take these tests before you begin taking PrEP.

You can order any PrEP tests you need from us and complete these at home.


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Medically reviewed by:
Dr Babak Ashrafi Clinical Lead for Service Expansion

Babak studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 2003, having also gained a bachelor’s degree in Physiology during his time there. He completed his general practice (GP) training in East London, where he worked for a number of years as a partner at a large inner-city GP practice. He completed the Royal College of GPs membership exam in 2007.

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Last reviewed: 03 May 2022




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