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Sexual health

Sexual health

Sexual health services include access to contraception, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, support and information about safer sexual relationships.

Most sexually transmitted infections are treated easily medication you can be prescribed by a doctor. As with any infection, the earlier you start treatment the more effective the treatment is. However, there are several infections to which there is no current cure and it is therefore very important that these are diagnosed as early as possible.

Poor sexual health can impact on your physical and emotional health.

If you are worried about symptoms or would just like information, contact your doctor, a local pharmacist, a sexual health service or the Department of Sexual Health on 01722 425120.

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No Worries is a confidential sexual health service for young people aged 13-24, which offers:

  • Chlamydia self test kits - to order online or find out where you can collect a kit, please visit Freetest.me
  • treatment for patient and partners
  • access to emergency hormonal contraception (EHC), commonly known as the morning after pill, free condoms and pregnancy tests
  • follow up and signposting to other services you may need

Follow No Worries on facebook or contact No Worries at noworries.nhswiltshire@nhs.net

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Sexual Health clinics are provided by the Department of Sexual Health at Salisbury Foundation Trust and are contacted on 01722 425120.  They provide a range of services including:

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Services available from your family doctor

  • advice and signposting to sexual health services
  • access to a full range of contraception
  • advice about abortion
  • Testing and treatment for STI infections
  • Hepatitis B vaccination
  • Access to Emergency Hormonal Contraception
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  • Testing and treatment for Chlamydia
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Free condoms
  • Emergency Hormonal Contraception
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Chlamydia Screening

The Chlamydia Screening program targets young people 15 – 24 years old who are sexually active.  Young people are encouraged to screen for this infection as it often has no symptoms but has the potential to cause long term health difficulties.

Testing is easy and straightforward with self testing kits being available on-line via www.freetest.me (where further information can also be found) or in a variety of venues including your GP surgery, pharmacies, youth services.

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HIV Screening

HIV is a long term health condition which can lead to serious complications if left undiagnosed. Most testing is carried out at either GP surgeries or at sexual health clinics. Within Wiltshire an additional HIV home testing system is available

Test kits can be ordered online at www.test.hiv. A kit is sent to your home and a small fingerprick sample is taken before being posted back to the laboratory. Results are received via your chosen method and is usually within 7 days.

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Last updated: 4 November 2016 | Last reviewed: 4 November 2016