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Sexual Health

This page will guide you on the different issues with Sexual Health:
Contraception Guide

Whatever questions you have about getting and using contraception, this guide can help. It aims to give practical information to everyone who wants to know more about contraception, including teenagers; women in their 20s, 30s and 40s; and anyone with a question about the method they use or are thinking about using.

You can find out about the 15 methods that are available on the NHS, together with where to get them and how to decide which method might work best for you.

Sex and Young People

Are you ready for sex?

Things to consider if you're thinking about having sex. Includes 10 questions that you should ask yourself.

Focus On Chlamydia

Why get tested?

Chlamydia is the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection (STI) among under-25s. Often there are no symptoms, but testing and treatment are simple.


This is a guide on STI's and how to treat or get advice.

Transgender Health

Trans people’s general health needs are the same as anyone else’s. Find out about the common health and wellbeing issues that many trans people experience.

Gay & Lesbian Health

Find out about the health issues that affect you if you're gay, lesbian or bisexual with practical advice on how to stay in good health.

Cheshire Sexual Health Services

Please click the link above if you need to contact someone in regards to your sexual health in the Cheshire area.

The link below will provide you with the times, days and locations of your nearest sexual health clinic.

Clinic Times - Cheshire

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