What is HIV PrEP?
What goes into PrEP?
- Tenofovir TDF
- Emtricitabine FTC.
PrEP and STIs
PrEP – FAQ
How big are the Tablets?
The tablets are quite Big, therefore some individuals do struggle to take them. It it advised that they are not crushed or split, however there are products available to help with the consumption of big tablets.
Is there another form of PrEP which I can take instead of Tablets?
Sadly, there is no liquid form of PrEP. It is only available in tablet form.
Is PrEP available on the NHS?
Currently PrEP is not available on the NHS unless you are enrolled onto a Clinical Trial. For more information, please visit https://www.prepimpacttrial.org.uk/
How much does PrEP cost?
The cost of PrEP varies, depending on the supplier and can range from £20 – £80 per month. For information on where to buy genuine generic PrEP online, please visit https://www.iwantprepnow.co.uk/buy-prep-now/
Are there any side effects to taking PrEP?
Most people who take PrEP don’t experience side effects. When people do get them they tend to go away on their own within a few weeks. Side effects can include stomach problems, headaches or tiredness.