If you have had sex with someone in the last three days (72 hours) who is HIV positive or who has a high chance of having HIV then taking a short course of drugs may help to prevent infection. It is more effective the sooner you take it and may be considered if:
- you had oral sex with someone who has HIV or is at high risk of having HIV and they ejaculated in your mouth
- you had unprotected vaginal or anal sex with someone who either has HIV or is at high risk
It is important that you are seen as soon as possible.
Where can I visit?
- Clinic 1A, Addenbrooke’s
- Clinic 6 at the Oaktree Centre
- Lime Tree Clinic: 351 Mill Road, Brookfields, Cambridge, CB1 3DF
- Peterborough iCaSH: Kings chambers, 39-41 Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1JL
If these clinics are closed, please go to Addenbrooke’s or Hinchingbrooke Accident and Emergency department:
Switchboard: 01223 245151
Switchboard: 01480 416416
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