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PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis involves HIV negative people taking HIV medication called Truvada as a method of helping to prevent HIV infection.

Recent research has shown that if taken correctly, Truvada is highly effective at preventing HIV infection.

It does not protect against any other STI, only HIV. You need to take other precautions in addition to PrEP to protect yourself from all other STIs. We recommend regular STI testing if you are on PrEP. You should have an HIV test every 3 month.

Further advice on how to take can be found at

PrEP trial

Enrolment and recruitment for the national PrEP Impact trial is underway at sexual health clinics across East Cheshire.  Due to limited places you will not be guaranteed a place on the trial but to find out if there are still places available at each site please attend the clinic.

Non trial PrEP

If you are taking PrEP bought online we can arrange ongoing monitoring and support at each clinic as well as regular STI screen/vaccinations.  Please come and discuss in clinic.



East Cheshire NHS Trust

East Cheshire NHS Trust
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General enquiries 01625 421 000

Telephone: 0300 323 1300


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