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, or through sharing sex toys. Anyone (of any age) who is sexually active can contract an STI.

The best way to protect against STIs is to use a condom. But if you’ve had unprotected sex and are concerned about STIs, the safest option is to get in touch for an STI test.

Please contact one of our sexual health clinics in Wakefield, Barnsley or Wigan and Leigh.

If you’re experiencing unusual symptoms, take a look at our symptom checker or if you are concerned around treatment and options, take a look at our online triage.  To find out more about STIs, click on the boxes below:

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.