Sexual Health

Read more about a range of Sexual Health topics below and please contact us if you would like to speak to a member of our team about any concerns you may have.

We are looking for a Senior Sexual Health Nurse


Confidentiality is about privacy and respect. It means that information about you is not shared without you knowing unless it is important to keep you and others safe. When you visit The Corner, speak to us over the phone, through our video call service; Near Me or in social media

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Contraception helps to protect you from pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections. There are many different types of contraception. Not all are suitable for everyone. Nursing staff at The Corner can discuss different options with you and give you all the information you need. We can help you to make an

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What Are Periods And Who Gets Them?  Periods, or menstruation, is a monthly cycle that girls experience from as early as 8 years old. When most people refer to menstruation, they are usually talking about the bleeding that takes place typically every 28 days. The menstruation cycle is a full

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Unplanned pregnancy If you think that you might be pregnant it is important to speak to someone as soon as you can. A pregnancy test can be done three weeks after the last time that you had unprotected sex or if you have missed a period and think you might

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We all have different types of relationships in life These can include relationships with friends, family, teachers and health professionals. As well as romantic relationships. Romantic relationships can be a bit more complicated than other relationships. A healthy relationship involves trust, respect, and equality. You should feel safe and secure,

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Sexually transmitted infections (STI’s)

Some sexually transmitted infections are irritating and some can make you feel really ill. It is important to protect yourself by using a condom and get tested (get checked) if you think you have been at risk. If you think that you have a sexually transmitted infection (STI), the earlier

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