Our professional society, the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) have released guidance today on sex and social […]
Updated 30.03.20 Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic we have had to significantly reduce the provision of routine […]
updated Wednesday 25 March 2020 The British HIV Association (BHIVA) and the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) have updated their 23 […]
Did you know that you can still get pregnant even if you took emergency contraception? Who should take emergency contraception […]
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Our most common symptom in the clinic is vaginal discharge. We give our tips below on how to think about […]
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Many women often stop their contraception as they blame their contraception for putting on weight. Hopefully these few points will […]
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If you’ve decided to stop your regular contraception and start trying for a baby, there are things that you can […]
Anyone who has symptoms including a new continuous cough or high temperature should stay at home and self-isolate for 7 days from when your symptoms started. This action will help to protect others in our community whilst you are infectious.
Clear advice for people with early symptoms of coronavirus is available online at nhs.uk/coronavirus .
Advice from our service:
We have updated information on the provision of routine contraception during this pandemic here.
Information is now also available to advise on sexual contact during a time of social distancing here.
How to access the service:
We have now implemented a telephone triage system for all of our clinics. This system will be in place for the duration of the this pandemic. Please contact our services to access this triage system. Our central telephone number is 0300 303 3989.
If you are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus please do not attend the clinic.
Please be aware that we may have to cancel, rearrange or shut clinical services in response to changing clinical and staffing pressures created by the Coronavirus outbreak.
If you are struggling to access sexual health services, alternatives may be available: