For as little as £17.50 per pack*
Please do not request or attend for PrEP unless you have less than 2 weeks supply and remain at risk of HIV.
PrEP services continue to run at Dean Street. If you are an existing PrEP Shop user you can email us to request a further 3 months PrEP without coming in for tests (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dean Street Express remains open for existing IMPACT Study users.
It is safe to stop PrEP once you have take 2 daily doses after your last risk.
We’ve created PrEP Shop to make it easier for you to buy generic HIV PrEP from someone you trust. By using the buying power of the NHS we aim to keep prices as affordable as we can. Please find our pricing structure below, we can offer a discount if you buy multiple packs.
You cannot use PrEP Shop if you are not eligible for NHS care. However, you can still buy PrEP from our private PrEP Clinic which runs every Friday morning.
If you are on benefits you may be eligible for free PrEP. We’re working in partnership with Terrence Higgins Trust’s Mags Portman PrEP Access Fund to support people on low incomes. Ask us when you attend.
Gay men aged under 25 years old can request free PrEP through the clinic’s ‘Generation ZERO’ fund. We can prescribe up to 3 months of free PrEP at a time. If you can afford it we ask to contribute by making a donation back to the fund. If you can’t afford anything, that’s fine.
If you’re taking PrEP, it’s really important to get the right advice, run some tests, check you don’t have Hepatitis B , make sure that any other drugs or supplements you take don’t interact with PrEP and that you don’t have any other health problems that might be an issue. PrEP Shop keeps things safe by linking all these things with the doctors and pharmacists who write and check your prescriptions.
HIV PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) involves taking pills containing the drugs tenofovir & emtricitabine to protect you from catching HIV. It works really well if you take it correctly. For more information about PrEP and how to take it, visit our YouTube playlist. We recommend that you read this PrEP leaflet on the ‘i-Base’ website.
There’s some paperwork we need to complete with you before we are allowed to prescribe you PrEP. We’ll need to register you for ‘Additional Private Care’ and then run some tests to check it’s safe to prescribe you it.
Tell us that you want to buy from ‘PrEP Shop’ during your visit to ‘56 Dean Street’ or ‘Dean Street Express’. People starting PrEP can walk into Dean Street Express without making an appointment. We’ll explain how ‘Additional Private Care’ works and ask you to sign the paperwork.
Additional Private Care where you buy extra healthcare on top of standard NHS care. In this case your sexual health screening and monitoring tests are provided free by the NHS. You’ll just pay for the prescribing and supply of the PrEP drugs.
You’ll need to sign some paperwork confirming you understand the following information.
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PrEP Shop is just one way that you may be able to get HIV PrEP. There are several other options. People at very high risk of HIV may be eligible to get free NHS funded PrEP by joining the PrEP Impact study. It is also legal to purchase PrEP online from abroad and import up to 3 months supply into the UK for personal use. Terrence Higgins Trust list online suppliers that they recommend on the ‘I want PrEP now’ website.