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May Bank Holiday – Opening hours and where to get help.

Sexual Health Clinics are closed over the Bank Holiday weekend. Make sure you have supplies of routine contraception and medication […]

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Exeter Pride

The team from Devon Sexual Health will be marching in the Exeter Pride parade at 12pm this Saturday. We’ll be […]

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Male Koala bear. Koalas can also get Chlamydia.

5 things we wish you knew about chlamydia

1. Chlamydia is more common than you’d think. Currently around 1 in 20 young people (aged 15-24) are infected with […]

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Taking ‘the pill’. A different approach to make this method work best for you

Many women worldwide take the combined pill as their main method of contraception. It is not only a reliable method […]

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Easter Bank Holiday Opening times

Sexual Health Clinics are closed over the Bank Holiday weekend. Make sure you have supplies of routine contraception and medication […]

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Your new sexual health website.

Our new website is based on feedback from people like you. People who use our services. People who enjoy a healthy sex-life. People who want to care for themselves and their partners. People, who want to find out more.

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What happens when you visit a sexual health clinic?

Worried about visiting a sexual health clinic? Our guest blogger Ella talks about what to expect, what her experiences were and why you shouldn’t worry.

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Syphilis in Devon

Syphilis had been virtually eradicated in Britain but was now back up to levels not seen since the Second World War. So what’s causing the rise of syphilis in Devon? And, more importantly, what should people do about it?

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HPV Vaccinations

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a common virus that spreads through intimate skin to skin contact. Unless they’re immunised, most people will get an HPV infection at some point in their lives.

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