We can supply condoms in the post to anyone living with HIV in the North West of England who is already known to George House Trust.
The Condoms in the Post Scheme provides condoms to anyone living with HIV in the North West of England, who is already known to George House Trust.
Condoms are one of the most effective means of protection against HIV. Condoms can stop sexual body fluids (cum, pre-ejaculatory fluid or anal mucus) from coming into contact with the partner, particularly during anal sex. Condoms can also protect against other sexually transmitted infections. It is important to remember that condoms should be used with water-based lube. It should be noted that condoms do not offer 100% protection as there is the possibility of tearing the condom or of it coming off. Use the correct size condom and follow the usage instructions.
Condoms in the post are sent in plain unmarked packaging so they cannot be identified as originating from George House Trust. All condoms supplied are from reputable suppliers, conform to both BSI (British Kitemark) and CE (European) standards and can be supplied with lube upon request. We have a variety of condoms available in different sizes, and also in latex-free versions. Female condoms are also available.
Alternatively, George House Trust keeps a wide variety of condoms in stock on the premises for service users to freely take.
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