Sexually Transmitted Infections

We want to help protect everyone from Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).

STIs are passed from one person to another through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex, by genital contact and through sharing sex toys. Anyone, of any age, who is sexually active can contract an STI.

Using a condom protects you against STIs. It’s a good idea to have a sexual health screening, which tests for STIs – we understand that this can be a worrying thing to do but it’s better to know, not only for yourself but also for your partner.

If your test turns out to be positive for any infections, we can support you with advice and treatment. if necessary, and refer you on to other specialists.

If you think you may have a sexually transmitted infection, please contact us and book an appointment.

If you want to find out more about STIs, you can visit the new sexwise website.

If your test does turn out to be positive, in most cases there are treatments you can take. We can support you with advice, medications and, if necessary, refer you to other specialists.

There are several different sexually transmitted infections, click each one to find out more: