If you want to talk about your sexual health, be it preventing a pregnancy, avoiding sexually transmitted infection or talking about difficulties with sex such as impotence; we can hopefully help.
We offer a wide range of sexual health services from Emergency
contraception or "the morning after pill" (which suggests that the earlier it is taken the better and preferably with 72 hours, but we can do something up to 5 days after unprotected sex), Chlamydia screening ("pee in a pot" tests for 16-24 years old). We are able to initially manage sexually transmitted illnesses in collaboration with the local Genito urinary (GU) clinics.
Our sexual health services are discrete, confidential and open to anyone regardless of age (although there are certain checks we need to go through with under 16 year olds)
Sexual Health explained:
A range of sexual health services are offered at the surgery including:
If you need advice and support with a sexual health matter or you think you have a problem you would like to discuss, please call the surgery to make an appointment.
Sexual health services are freely available for everyone.
For more information please visit the websites below:
Sexual Health Topics - NHS Choices
Videos from NHS Choices
You can't tell if someone's got an STI just by looking at them. See real people talk about using condoms. Find out more about STIs.
If you've had unprotected sex you might have a sexually transmitted infection (STI). See how to find out if you have, how it can be treated, and how it can affect your health.