How Can I Find An NHS
Sexual Health Clinic Near Me
It is getting harder to find NHS sexual health clinics locally because so many have recently been closed. This is because of Government cuts and is a situation that is not likely to be reversed in the foreseeable future.
If you just want asymptomatic screening, however, some areas are employing postal screening services, such as those from SH24, in London. With this service, you merely fill in the information requested on the website and hey presto, your screening kit arrives in the post within a day or two, depending on the time you fill in the form and local post availability. It’s a superb service. You get your kit. You perform your tests to the instructions given in the packet, post it off, and get your results by text in a day or two after you return it to the laboratory in the envelope provided.
Male and Female Reproductive Anatomy Pictures
Chlamydia Trachomatis & LGV (Lymphogranuloma Venereum)
Help! Smelly penis and testicles
Itchy Anus After Anal Sex
Embarrassed Or Worried About Your Body
My boyfriend is married but still insists on having sex without a condom
Genital warts, gone for now but I’m worried that they might return
These are just example stories from The Sexplained® Column – Helen’s ‘Agony Aunt’ featured column, which appears every month in Better Health Magazine, in Barbados – but adapted for a global audience.
For more or the complete collection, please follow the link to the right of this page.
Additionally, ‘column questions and answers’ feature throughout Helen’s books – for more information about them, please check the links below.
I hope you find this site useful, and that you come back again. We are adding information and pictures to this website on an ongoing basis, so watch for the changes!
Sample Interactive Pages – “Sexplained One – Sex & Your Health”
Sample Interactive Pages – “Sexplained Two – For Changing Times”