Brannams Medical Centre
posted by: Don Leslie
• Contraceptive advice can be given by our GPs and Nurses
• Free emergency Contraception can also be provided
• Chlamydia Screening for under 25’s
Please note you can only seek care if you are a registered patient at this practice.
- Taking ‘the pill’. A different approach to make this method work best for you
- Does contraception affect fertility?
- Using a moon cup? Read this if you also have a coil in place..
- Does it hurt to have an IUC (coil) fitted?
- Using a reliable method of contraception.
- Updated blood pressure readings if you are taking combined hormonal contraception
- The “male contraceptive”
- What happens when you visit a sexual health clinic?
- Contraception during the COVID-19 pandemic
- We are currently experiencing high demand for our Sexual Health Services across Devon and Torbay
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